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Recent Reviews

Kammok Kuhli

Worth the 22 ounces, this tarp is very easy to pack and set up. All 8 tie-outs are pre-attached plus have little stow-away pockets to keep the lines from getting… Full Review »

Vorn Lynx 12-20L

The Vorn Lynx is a high quality speciality backpack for hunters that enables you to carry a rifle in comfort with instant access to it when needed. Anyone who has… Full Review »

Lixada Titanium Wood Stove

This is a video review where we are going to share our new discovered piece of gear that we believe is great to have for any hiker—and that is a good old Lixada… Full Review »

The North Face Tadpole 23

Packs to a good size, looks sharp, but could have a smoother setup. -Setup and take down is awkward. It's very difficult not to step on the tent during setup and… Full Review »

Primus Firestick Ti

Primus started with a blank slate when designing the Firestick and Firestick Ti stoves. The goal was to create a packable stove that was easy to carry and delivered… Full Review »

Primus Firestick

  Fired up and ready to go in a Baxter lean-to I've had the chance to test the Primus Firestick and Firestick Ti stoves since last fall, including early winter… Full Review »

Salewa Rapace GTX

I recently retired my 2011. Mainly worn in the Sierras on multi-day hikes and locally on the Sant Cruz mountains. Lasted 10 years! Loved those boots. I am female… Full Review »

Mountain Hardwear Acadia Jacket

Decent rain coat, vents well, windproof and lightweight. Got this a couple years ago to replace an old Woolrich rain jacket. It has been so much better in water… Full Review »

Mountainsmith Pinnacle

In a nod to John's review, excellent for the price. I bought these a couple years ago and I'm fairly happy with these. They are light enough and I love the spring-loaded… Full Review »

Oboz Bridger Mid Waterproof

Excellent winter hiking boots. Bought for winter hiking and they do not disappoint. Personally, the provided EVA insoles don't work for my feet, which is too bad… Full Review »

Salomon Hydro 45 Belt

Good belt for moderate runs, maybe up to 10 km. Useful for dog walks too.   It's a good basic running belt. The pouch is handy for keys or small items, but not… Full Review »

Altberg Fremington Walking Boot

Old style quality and modern functionality. Waterproof, all-leather—but light and most importantly with a choice of five width fittings. I've walked thousands… Full Review »

Gregory Alpaca Duffle

This is a review of the largest (120 liter) Alpaca, whose primary role will be long trips and transporting my big backpack and gear. Durable fabrics and features… Full Review »

Kelty Night Owl 3

Larger tent with room enough for three. Light enough to haul in a backpack, on a bike or canoe. Easier setup with color-coded sides. Would recommend and would get… Full Review »

Osprey Exos 38

Best lightweight backpacking pack I've used. Definitely recommend for lightweight packing, for those who are not into ultralight backpacking and comfort is still… Full Review »

HydroBlu Versa Flow

Excellent backpacking water filter, super versatile and convenient, and definitely my favorite so far. Has a significantly better flow rate compared to the Sawyer… Full Review »

BRS 3000T

In this video we share with you the review of our BRS gas stove. We were searching for some lightweight options and stumbled across this one. We have tested it… Full Review »

Gregory Baltoro 65

Phenomenal pack, great for the thru hiker and more. At French Louie's fire pit along the Northville-Lake Placid Trail   West Canada Lakes lean-to along the NPT… Full Review »

Swazi Kagoule Anorak

Swazi is known worldwide for top quality hunting gear. The Kagoule is very versatile, hard wearing, breathable, and waterproof—a top jacket from New Zealand. Full Review »

Big Agnes Encampment 15°

Also bought the Big Agnes Insulated Air Core mattress. I’ve used it on the ground in a tent, and in my Hennessy hammock. The Insulated Air Core mattress eliminates… Full Review »

Lowa Tibet Pro GTX

A high quality boot for when the going gets tough, light enough for long walks, robust enough for rocky terrain, extremely comfortable and hard wearing.   Before... Full Review »

Filson Tin Cloth Cruiser

A rugged jacket for trail work, forest work, and all workwear-appropriate field work where durability and functionality are key.   After a morning of chopping… Full Review »

Scarpa Moraine GTX

Comfortable, very durable, well made. I’m a FedEx Express driver and walk a lot of miles. I mainly wear hiking shoes, since hiking is basically what I do. These… Full Review »

La Sportiva Miura

Perfect climbing fit, fantastic grip. I bought these three years ago after having tried at least three other brands. I climb indoors up to twice a week. The effect… Full Review »

Eureka! Zephyr

Tall and roomy for one.   Zephyr      A great one-man tent I bought this tent some 20 years ago and still use it on solo trips. The main reason I still use… Full Review »

Columbia Cougar Flats II

Roomy and has lots of ventilation. Mine was the first version of the Cougar Flats. I think I bought it new in 2005. This tent has lots of room. At 10 x 15 feet… Full Review »

Lowe Alpine Aeon 27

Nice size for day hikes or ultralight camping. Suitable also for climbing, running, or cycling. Bought last year and have used it for about 6 months. One of the… Full Review »

Eureka! K-2 XT

A very well-designed tent for three- or four-season use, with excellent protection from bad weather. Durable construction with excellent-quality materials. To me… Full Review »

Old Town Tripper 172

Similar to the de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver and known as the pickup of the sky for wilderness access, so too is the Old Town Tripper the pickup of wilderness… Full Review »

Amundsen Peak Slim Fit Gaiters

The Amundsen Peak Slim Fit Gaiters can be connected directly to the Amundsen Peak Knickerbockers or worn separately. Either way they provide protection from just… Full Review »

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