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Recent Reviews

Sea to Summit Trek TK II

Good blend of performance, weight, and price. Spent WAY too much time searching for a sleeping bag that hit my top three "must haves" Lightweight Warm Not constricting… Full Review »

Arctic Lynx Maternity Activewear Midweight Leggings

These leggings are stylish, but more importantly are comfortable and functional during physical activity while pregnant. They are able to grow with you as you grow,… Full Review »

Arctic Lynx High-Performance Infinity Scarf

This scarf is best used as a nursing cover, as it’s a perfect size, fabric, and is easily washable. It’s also a fantastic scarf for all types of outdoor physical… Full Review »

Arctic Lynx Maternity Activewear Midweight T-shirt

This shirt is super flattering, comfortable, functional, and perfect for all types of physical activity throughout pregnancy. It’s long enough that it won’t… Full Review »

MSR Miox

No nonsense use, however sadly discontinued. Living in Europe, Sweden is the place to be for me during holidays. Backpacking and traveling over water in my Canadian… Full Review »

Petzl MYO XP

BEST HEADLAMP AND I’VE BEEN USING IT FOR 20 YEARS NOW! Better than any rechargeable battery, beam is easily adjustable w/flip up diffuser or different settings. Full Review »

Black Diamond Sabretooth Crampons

Great versatile steel crampon for hard snow and icy conditions, in flat terrain, mountain uphill, and vertical faces. I had initially chosen the Black Diamond Serac… Full Review »

Eddie Bauer Goose Down Face Mask

This product is excellent for the winter outdoorsman. I actually own one of these Eddie Bower down filled expedition face masks. I have owned it since l was about… Full Review »

Vasque Montana

These Vasques have carried me from the South Pole, McMurdo, Palmer, all over New Zealand, up to within a few miles of the North Pole, entire Chugach Mountain range… Full Review »

Outbound Snowshoe

Plastic bindings and the flat edged hooks that you hook the bindings into are almost impossible to pull tight. Having never had snowshoes before I'm not sure what… Full Review »

Outdoor Research Shadow Insulated Hoodie

The Shadow Insulated Hoodie is a mid-weight insulating layer; a relatively thin layer of synthetic insulation is sewn between two layers of somewhat wind-resistant… Full Review »

Zpacks Zero

The only pack I need. I paid $120 for mine, about 10 years ago now. I can't kill it. If I'm not using it on-trail I'm using it for my Big City life, going to CostCo… Full Review »

Pendleton Grand Canyon National Park Throw

We use our Pendleton blankets when winter comes and it gets too cold under the covers during the winter months. We're not hikers or campers but really like Pendleton… Full Review »

La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX

Bomb proof boots. The Nepal Sportiva mountaineering boots are intended for full alpinism activities. They are warm under the coldest of temperatures and, yet, do… Full Review »

Arc'teryx Covert Cardigan

Fluffy and warm fleece with an urban look. The Covert comes in full zip or in half zip cardigans. The fleece is soft and thick. It is a very warm fleece that is… Full Review »

Darn Tough Over-the-Calf Lightweight

Darn Tough intended these lightweight, over the calf socks for snow sports as a thin sock inside tight, form fitting boots. The merino wool blended with synthetic… Full Review »

Chill Out Heat Relief

Purchased on a whim, curious of what could be special about a heat-related first aid kit. I really purchased more for the cool carrying case. Has all you would… Full Review »

UCO Original Candle Lantern

I recently was informed of how great this candle lantern was and purchased two! Super happy with this purchase. It adds another level to my camping lighting options. Full Review »

Inov-8 Parkclaw 275 GTX

Great traction in slippery conditions, super comfy insole, but a bit more squishy than I am used to. High ankle support rubs on the ball of my ankle. Took a chance… Full Review »

Gerry Sweater Down Jacket

For the price, it’s a super jacket—and irrespective of the price, it’s a super jacket! Well what a super jacket this turned out to be. The missus brought… Full Review »

EMS Feather Pack Jacket

I got the EMS Feather when my cousin sent me a link he got in his email. The non-hooded version was on sale for $100 so I got one. Incredibly warm and we are having… Full Review »

Alico New Guide

I purchased the Alico New Guides several years ago and put them away. Now that we have moved to the mountains I have started wearing them for hikes and walks on… Full Review »

Kora Yardang Jersey

Kora’s Yardang jersey is a warm wool base layer made from a blend of 70% merino and 30% yak wool. The knit is very smooth and comfortable, and the shirt has a… Full Review »

Scarpa Asolo Attak Trionics

Comfortable from the very first use; very sturdy and brilliantly reliable. Still going strong after almost 30 years of heavy use. If you want to keep your feet… Full Review »

Zpacks Zero

Good ol' times: Strong UL Dyneema zPacks Bag—highly customizable and 300g / 11 oz with pad and several pouches Hey, here is my all-time favorite UL bag pack. Full Review »

Crispi Thor II GTX

A stiff, but relatively lightweight boot. Suitable for very rough terrain, off trail and with heavy loads. I have several hundred very tough miles on these boots,… Full Review »

Arc'teryx Gamma LT Hoody

A near perfect softshell that does everything, but doesn't do anything particularly well. The Gamma LT hoody was on my list for about half year before I finally… Full Review »

Hilleberg Helags 3

The Hilleberg Helags 3 is a three-season tent designed for groups looking for excellent protection in a lightweight package. Although a bit tight for three people… Full Review »

Appalachian Gear Company All-Paca Neck Pipe

This is a simple neck gaiter, serving a basic but essential part of my various outdoor activities. Alpaca wool performs superior over synthetic and cotton, plus… Full Review »

EMS 2500

It is currently December of 2021. All around excellent bag. This EMS 2500 has served me well over the last several years. Its primary functions are either a medical… Full Review »

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