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Salomon Supercross 4
Incredibly comfortable shoes whether you’re running or hiking the trails. Ready to go straight out of the box with minimal wear-in needed. Due to… Full Review »Multi-Tools
Victorinox Swiss Army Swiss Champ
A great EDC. It's not a multitool. A great little thing. Beware! It's not a multitool, it's an EDC! This means it's not made for work, so don't expect it to help… Full Review »Folding Knives
Opinel No. 6 Folding Knife
Everything you need in a folding pocket knife. I have had a size 6 Opinel pocketknife for just about ever which lived in my backpack waist belt pocket until leaving… Full Review »3-Season Down Sleeping Bags
Feathered Friends Swift
Back in 1991, I ordered a "customized" model of the Swift sleeping bag for my very tall son. I ordered it to fit a man who was seven feet tall and 250lbs. He was… Full Review »Glove Liners
Under Armour Core Liner Gloves
These are nice, lightweight gloves for people who need a lot of dexterity and only a little warmth. They work well in everyday life because of the touchscreen grid,… Full Review »Fleece Gloves and Mittens
The North Face Etip Recycled Gloves
Excellent light glove for mildly cold temps, where you need to use your electronics. These are my go-to light gloves. They are great for ascents where I am working… Full Review »Rigid Trekking Poles
Cascade Mountain Tech 3K Carbon Fiber Quick Lock Trekking Poles Cork Grip
The best of the inexpensive pole lineup from Cascade Mountain Tech. Many years ago, while in the North Cascades, I sprained my ankle. It was 7 steep miles back… Full Review »Three-Season Tents
Coleman Sundome 4
This is a great option for first-time campers and budget-wise campers as myself. This is good tent for good to fair weather use. It handles rain very well in my… Full Review »Camp Tables
ALPS Mountaineering Spirit Table
Sturdy little camp table, easy to set up and break down. Best used by car and motorcycle campers. Perfect small table for the campsite. I car camp so the weight… Full Review »Breakfasts
Good To-Go Breakfast Hash
Breakfast Hash is a brand-new offering from Good To-Go. Made with butternut squash, feta, and spinach, it's a vegetarian option, but not precisely what I envisioned… Full Review »