Lander, WY – Extending the school’s business ventures, Wyoming Catholic College and its associated Outdoor Leadership Program are now offering specially designed and branded outdoor gear. The “THEO” brand, as it is called, caters to the “exceptional outdoorsmen”, the perfect student from the perfect WCCLE, and offers them the best in durability, utility, and practicality without having to worry about any needless frills.

Available from July 1st, just in time for incoming freshman to purchase for their twenty-one day expedition, the “THEO” lineup, named after the Class of 2022’s most exceptional student, outdoor leader, and just about everything else, Theo Benz, will include backpacks, clothing, hiking boots, gloves, nalgene water bottles, jackets, hats, and more, all branded with Theo’s nearly trademark already name and “a few features that he found a bit necessary”.

When wearing a THEO brand shirt and riding in a car, for example, an alarm will ring if you aren’t buckled. A system in the THEO brand backpack will automatically wake you up at 3 AM, perfect for alpine starts, while every piece of equipment in the lineup is certified skid-steer compatible by Theo’s own Skid Steer Foundation.

Preorder today at or buy gear in person from the school business office starting July 1st.

A “Jack Swindell” brand is also forthcoming with a more miliary loo, while, for women, a “Ceily” brand is in development according to a source at the school involved in the new venture.