What to write?
Not sure what to write? Consider these things when reviewing outdoor food and drink:
Taste: Did it taste good? How's the flavor? Would you eat or drink it again?
Prep: How easy is it to prepare in the backcountry? Did it pair well with other outdoor foods?
Satiety: Did it fill you up as expected?
Energy: Did it provide sufficient energy for the calories?
Claims: Did it meet any nutritional or performance claims?
Packaging: Was it convenient to pack in and out?
Best For: Who would you recommend to? For what activities, where, when?
Make it a Killer Review
Account for fit When reviewing gear where a proper fit is essential, describe your relevant body parts and whether or not the gear fit properly. A poor fit should be noted, but fit alone isn’t reason enough to give a bad rating. Look beyond fit and discuss features, performance, construction, durability, etc. More tips for a killer review »