This stove is a piece of junk. Regulator went bad after four meals and that left us in a very uncomfortable situation. Please do not purchase this product! Every detail of this stove would get an F in grading it. Full review
Truly horrible. Bought this for backpacking because it is lightweight and packs small, but it is a complete waste of $45. Even with clothes, a thin liner and a fleece liner inside it, the bag could not dispel the cold. There was zero insulation properties as far as I could tell. It did not even get down to 40, more like upper 40s at the most and probably low 50s when I used it. I am going to try to return. Full review
They are good boots, the top half anyway! I am in the woods every day and these boots are comfortable. They just need a better sole. When you wear Whites for a good portion of your life you like a comfortable slipper slash boot, and people if you can't make a comfortable slipper boot get out of the way I can do it! Thought you folks like money? Make a better sole and you will make money. That won't happen because you folks like the easy money shortcuts. Full review
Great tent. After reading reviews here I guess I got the only one that was made right. I've had my tent 10 years and no major problems. No broken poles. One trip I got rained on for two days, slight leak near power inlet but just a few drops. I did not waterproof seams so that's on me really. Tent even did OK on some colder nights about 40 degrees with a small electric heater. Condensation / moisture was an issue due to thin material but it's not a 4-season tent so I can't complain. Fits back in… Full review
Of the several hundred knives I currently have (and have had in the past), I can count the number of "made in China" knives I've owned on one hand. I never buy cheap knives. But this $3 knife from Walmart looked nice so I bought one. After admiring it for a while, I purchased a second one to run through a torture test of cutting, stabbing, beating, batoning, burying in salty mud, placing in a vice and bending, and intentional destruction. Amazingly, it held up. Razor sharp from the package and tight… Full review
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