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Recent Outdoor Clothing Product Reviews
MyPakage Action Series Boxer Brief
By isolating your package, MyPakage underwear is super comfortable. Wicking fabric keeps moisture at bay. MyPakage has an entirely new take on men’s underwear. The Keyhole Technology internal pouch surrounds the male private parts with fabric, providing both support and comfort. Below the Keyhole, MyPakage has installed a pucker panel which removes any seams that might cause discomfort or chafing. The Weekday series replaces the cotton used in most underwear with an exclusive fabric made of Modal… Full review
Chaos Summit Pack-it Hat
Great lightweight, packable sun hat for the beach, hiking or backpacking. Goor breathability and sweatband. This has been a good hat for sunny days at home, on the beach or on the trail. The fit of the large size hat worked great for me, not too loose or tight, just right. It crushes down to a small package, so you can shove it in a pocket and take it anywhere and it doesn't become all wrinkled after being unpacked. Great as a travel hat to sunny climates but not so great in the rain as the brim… Full review
Exceptional clarity through the Polarized lens makes these glasses work well when bombing down a single track or strolling down a trail. If you have an aversion to plastic, then the Zeal plant-based resin frames should make you smile. Great fit and style. These are one of the best pairs of sunglasses I own, and I have quite a few pairs. The frames made from a plant-based resin are injected with a rubberised material in the center of the frame, the nose piece, and the ear buds. Zeal calls this material… Full review
Nice and dark, but the arms are rather flimsy. After over a year (two I think) of wearing these glasses I am torn; they are decent enough to keep, but not decent enough to love... just okay enough to keep. Tint: I love the darkness. They are too dark to wear during normal activities, but perfect on the glacier. Coverage: The coverage is great, never a sunburn under my eyes. They also manage to keep from fogging up, a nice feature. UGH! Every time I wear them the arms make the tops of my… Full review
ExOfficio BugsAway Sandfly Jacket
The ExOfficio Bugsaway Sandfly Jacket offers ventilated protection from a variety of troublesome insects, including mosquitos that expose us to the Zika and West Nile viruses. Its lightweight and small packed size makes it a valuable addition for any outdoor trip. The ExOfficio Bugsaway Sandfly Jacket keeps pesky bugs away using Insect Shield technology. By bonding Permethrin, an insect repellent, to the fabric fibers, Insect Shield provides invisible, odorless protection from mosquitos, flies,… Full review
ExOfficio Mundi Check Shirt
This a great lightweight shirt that can be used on the trail or in a city. I like the breathability of the fabric and the fact that it is practically wrinkle free. As with most ExOfficio clothes, the Mundi plaid short sleeve shirt can be used while hiking, backpacking, traveling, or simply hanging out. I found its lightweight breathable fabric to work quite well during hikes with temperatures up to the mid 80s Fahrenheit. The cotton/polyester blended fabric has a nice skin feel and the polyester… Full review
Injinji Outdoor Quarter Crew Sock
Solves problems with toe blisters. I am very blister prone in between my third and fourth toes on both my feet, but especially my right foot. I always hike in shoes with a large toe box, but usually after about six hiking days I start to get blisters. I've tried taping, vaseline, and all the usual remedies—even tried to "train" my toes to separate with this strange device I wore around the house for a week or two. In preparation for a long hike last summer, I was just figuring I would deal with… Full review