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Recent Outdoor Clothing Product Reviews

Craghoppers Insect Shield prospect long sleeve shirt

rated 4 of 5 stars Permanent Insect Shield sets this shirt apart from the crowd. Anti-bacterial, moisture control and solar shield make for a very versatile shirt. This Craghoppers Prospect long sleeve shirt with NosiLife insect control has provided me with a lot insect free days on the trail and during travels. Made from 100% Polyamide (nylon) with the synthetic pyrethroid treated yarn. For those that like a scientific explanation "Synthetic pyrethroids are synthesized derivatives of naturally occurring pyrethrins,… Full review

Columbia OutDry Ex Eco Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars First ever jacket made from 100% recycled fabric from plastic bottles. 100% breathable and waterproof. Over the past 35 days, I have used every piece of my gear. The Columbia OutDry Ex Eco Rain Jacket is a 100% recycled jacket and is waterproof and lets you breath with ease compared to the other so called breathables. I wore this jacket on chilly mornings while climbing 1,000 feet. It performed magnificently and this is one of my pieces for the Triple Crown of hiking. Full review

MPG Elite Seamless T-Shirt

rated 4 of 5 stars Odor control is the name of game with this Polygiene tee shirt. Nice fit, good ventilation, plus an interesting knit make this tee shirt stand out from the crowd. While planning my latest backpacking trip, a section hike on the Pacific Crest Trail, I realized that I had worn out my previous odor control tee shirt. Since I would be hiking with my wife for 16 days, being a smell mess was not going to work. A quick internet search brought me to the MPG Sport website. While I was not familiar with this… Full review

Black Diamond Men's Cold Forge Jacket

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great cold weather layer. For those that have read my reviews, know that I won't review unless I have had the product for more than a year.  With that said, I used this jacket under a Gortex shell as my mid-winter guiding jacket pretty much all of last winter down to -25°C. There were times when I had to remove the shell because I got too warm.  I also never managed to snag it or rip the outer material. Luck? I like the long length for covering my kidneys and the high collar for tucking my chin… Full review

Native Eyewear Eddyline

rated 5 of 5 stars Lifetime warranty. Lightweight sunglasses with superior optics. The Native Eddyline sunglasses come with a lifetime warranty against any kind of destruction. I still can't believe they offer that. These sunglasses are constructed using Native's Rhyno-Tuff coinjected polymer frames to keep things super light but still super strong. Combined with Cusinol temple and nose pads the glasses fit well and stay on. The Eddyline glasses feature N3 polarized lenses that block up to four times more infrared… Full review

Swing Trek Liteflex Umbrella

rated 5 of 5 stars This trekking umbrella is a great multi-use piece of gear. It is ultra lightweight and offers protection from sun and rain, keeps you cooler, you can use it hands-free, and it does much more. This is a review of the silver reflective-coated Swing Trek Liteflex Trek umbrella. I am not connected to the maker of this umbrella in any way. I got it on a good sale from Amazon, it typically retails for $40-$45. This umbrella has been licensed and marketed through a lot of different channels, so this umbrella… Full review

Running Kilts Running Kilt

rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight, comfortable, freedom. I am a nature and wildlife photographer and am out in the mountains or desert at least once a week. I am in wilderness areas, national and state parks, nature preserves, etc. I enjoy the comfort and freedom of lightweight comfortable outdoor clothing. I have worn different types of running gear which are perfect for hiking, walking, driving. I wear running kilts on trails with hikers and tourists, using gas stations, stores, go to restaurants, etc. No one has noticed,… Full review