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DueNorth Foot Rubz

rated 4.5 of 5 stars A little massage ball that alleviates sore feet after a long day on the trail. Disclaimer: Massage and acupressure are medical practices conducted by trained professionals. I am, in no way, a trained massage therapist nor a podiatrist. This review is not intended to promote any specific medical practices. The Foot Rubz massage ball is a small rubber ball that helps my sore feet recover from strenuous hikes. The ball is approximately the size of a squash ball (or slightly smaller than a racquetball)… Full review

Lawson Equipment Technora ToughLaces

rated 5 of 5 stars The best shoelaces I’ve ever used for the trail. This is a review of the Technora Toughlace shoelace made by Lawson Outdoor Equipment. Lawson is a cottage manufacturer of hiqh-quality cord and line for outdoor activities (I reviewed their Glowire guy line here). I am not affiliated with Lawson OE in any way. Mine are the 48" length and I paid $11.25. These laces are great. Technora fiber is incredibly strong and is used in products like fire rescue ropes, body armor, and yacht racing products. Full review

Arc'teryx Rho LTW Neck Gaiter

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Arc’teryx Rho LTW neck gaiter is an extremely long name for a very simple product. Essentially it’s just a tube of fabric (in this case 95% wool and 5% elastane) with unlimited uses. While its primary intended use is around the neck, to keep the cold snow out and the warmth in, I’ve found it handy for many other applications. I feel like it’s an upgrade on my old synthetic gaiter for a couple reasons—the comfort and quality of the wool, the stretch, it's stink inhibiting, and the thickness. Full review

EuroSchirm Swing Trekking Umbrella

rated 5 of 5 stars Incredibly light, easy to carry. Keeps me cool and provides UV protection, which is a necessity for backpacking in Arizona. Backpacking and hiking in Arizona provides a variety of terrain, and many miles of trail are in the direct sunlight with no trees for a break from the sun. A trekking umbrella serves many purposes — portable shade, protection from the sun, reduce sweating to consume less water, and rain protection if needed.  After some research, I purchased the EuroSchirm Swing trekking… Full review

Nanotips Black

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great for my mtb gloves. Found it really useful for trail maps! The one for leathers works for all my other gloves btw. I'd just get that one! Full review

HotsnapZ Hand Warmers

rated 4 of 5 stars Looking for a way to prevent frostbite? This might keep those fingers and toes safe for a while longer! I was looking for a method to keep my hands warm without having to carry fuel or disposable products and found these nifty little hand warmers at a recent survival expo I attended. A variety of shapes and sizes are available, ranging from these circular ones that are perfect for gloves or pockets, all the way up to larger pads that are about the size of a small heating pad.  They contain water,… Full review

Wojo Wallet

rated 5 of 5 stars Perfect!! My husband and I both use these and love them!! Great design and fits everything needed in a pocket. So lightweight in a purse! Full review

Columbia Backcountry Ride Neck Gaiter

rated 5 of 5 stars My most important cool/cold weather ear, forehead, head, neck, face activewear in the PNW! Physical shape-shifter on the trail from headband to earmuffs, neck gaiter, and balaclava. Did I mention it can help you sleep on a plane and can compress into the size of a chicken egg? __________________________________ Columbia Sportswear description Designed to changes paces quickly according to varying temperatures and conditions, this innovative gaiter features Omni-Heat thermal reflective on the front… Full review

Arc'teryx Rho LTW Neck Gaiter

rated 5 of 5 stars I've got an athletic neck, which means it's small. Been wearing the neck gaiter a few time now and it's warm and not itchy. Fit is the primary thing why I bought this article. It feels great, stretches perfectly and is not itchy. The only thing that could be improved is the price! Full review

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