My Husband of 12 years has worn his ring maybe 10 days of our marriage, because I have asked him not to! He is a mechanic by trade, cowboy, hunter, and works construction at a copper mine! All of which is very risky. The last thing I need to worry about is his fingers! Now he has this ring and hasn't taken it off except to show all our friends and family his new ring! EXCELLENT product! Full review
Can't beat these for the price! A decent breathable well made gaiter made in the USA! What more can I say? If these aren't durable enough for you, they even have a Kevlar model that's only like $20 more. So far I think these are the best out there for the price. Shoot I could buy two pair and still pay less than what others are charging for the same thing. Very well made, will update later this winter after use. Full review
This chair is a great value alternative to the Helinox Chair One with an almost identical design. The chair height is just high enough to allow you to stand up easily. I prefer this chair over my Alite Mantis Chair! When I received this chair I was currently rocking an Alite Designs Mantis chair on the trail. I have to admit that I was a little underwhelmed with the basic design and didn't have very high expectations for it. This chair goes up quickly thanks to the bungee pole system that most modern… Full review
A tea cup is more durable than this flashlight! I bought this flashlight because of nice design. Unfortunately I did not have a chance to use it outdoor to describe parameters such as range, brightness etc. Item was super fragile! Mine broke after falling from 30 centimeters. I'm the owner tens of flashlights from Fenix, olight, and also no-name Chinese manufacturers, but never had problem regarding durability. Battery compartment cover of this flashlight is fixed using two tiny screws and it… Full review
Quality charger, but somewhat heavy. Charger looks solid, charges very fast. Problem is that for me it is a little bit heavy for backpacking (about 0.5 kg) and too expensive. It can be attached to a backpack, but I think it will be not comfortable when you have a tent and sleeping pad already attached. In the future I most probably will give a chance to another more lightweight options, which are many in the market. Full review
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Demo Day: Wild Animals, Fire, Gear!
Demo Day at OR didn't disappoint, with leaping pillars of fire, life-sized polar bears, talking salmon, and new outdoor gear from Kahuna Creations and Nargear. Read more
January 18, 2012