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Soul Poles tried to take their existing ski poles, and market them as a trekking pole. The result was a disaster. I was excited to receive a…
New technology used by Brooks-Range Mountaineering treats the down fill, which allows it to dry fast and retain its loft. The Brooks-Range Mountaineering…
A nice camp and pocket knife with good steel and a light weight.
Portable power for your electronic devices that can be charged by USB. Perfect for iPhones.
This is a great 4-season sleeping pad. From the Manufacturer: New for 2012: The XTherm mattress is the warmest mattress in the NeoAir collection,…
A small axe for the outdoors. At around 32 ounces and 19 inches long, this is a great small axe for hiking and the outdoors. It is a handmade…
The Windpro II from MSR is new for 2012 with one major difference from the original Windpro... Inverted Liquid Feed. The Windpro II has added…
This knife has everything I need and nothing I don't. It's all combined in a nice every day carry that weighs less than 3 oz. I've carried this…
The video isn't a review as much as an unboxing and showing the features. So far though, I like this little light. It's a far improvement over…
I got to spend a few weeks with this hammock on loan from a friend. Here's my thought on it.
Update: December 8, 2011 I've had a year to play with this system, and I still really like it. I did a follow-up video on my thoughts about…
Perfect for: Family, solo, fishing, camping, photography, stability, standing up, camp chairs, fun.
Here's my review of Eagles Nest Outfitters "Ember" underquilt. Part I: Part II: Enjoy!
Here's my review of Adventure Medicals' Thermo-Lite Bivy: Enjoy!
Nice filter. I've only used it a couple of times, but I love the flow it produces, nice weight, packs well, and keeps me hydrated. Update: February…
Found some barely used on Ebay. Couldn't be happier. Great boot. Not one blister yet.
You get a lot of pack for the money, and this thing is bullet proof. It's a little heavy, but it's huge. I was looking at packs for twice the…
Very useful. The only complaint is if you need to actually cut something with it you need two: one to hold the food and one to cut. It's a spork.
I am so glad I made the jump to a tarp. Super light, super stable, a million variations on setup, can be used for a number of applications,…
I am very happy with my purchase of my Super Stretch. I sleep in all sorts of positions and I wasn't disappointed. On my first trip out with…
After my last hike where my pack was way, way too heavy and I had a bum knee from, I was ready to upgrade my one pot/lid and canister stove…
Great water shoe. I am a swift water rescuer and I use these to preform rescues. They grip well, and dry quickly. No mold so far, and I tend…