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Recent Reviews

Klymit Insulated Double V

Comfortable, warm sleeping, albeit heavy pad for two. We currently own three double sleeping pads. Two Klymits—this insulated one, an uninsulated, and an Exped… Full Review »

Salewa Mountain Trainer Lite Mid GTX

Excellent lightweight, supportive men's multi-day backpacking boot. Needed to replace my backpacking boots. As I'm getting older my trips are getting down to 4-6… Full Review »

Peregrine Gannet 3

Inexpensive car camping tent, that's amazing for two and will fit three if needed. We car camp a decent amount, particularly in the winter months, and I wanted… Full Review »

Drop + Dan Durston X-Mid 1P Tent

Easy to set up, even in rain. Room for gear on both sides. MUST stake the interior section if on any slope because you will slide downhill. I looked for three years… Full Review »

Asolo TPS 535

I have always owned a pair of these, for over 28 years (not the same pair). Sometimes they last 4-5 years of near daily use. I have worn these on eight combat deployments… Full Review »

Teva Toachi

Best hiking sandal ever. Had several pairs over the years. Comfortable with brilliant cushioning. Good tread grip, and also under the foot—feet don’t slip even… Full Review »

Zamberlan 996 Vioz GTX

Very good boot in dry weather. Recently used these doing the Old Rag Loop in the Shenandoah National Forest. Very nice boot until the top of the hike. Boots lacked… Full Review »

Six Moon Designs Minimalist V2

Six Moon Designs updated their 2018 Minimalist pack last year with an entirely new version that kept the good parts of the original while resolving some of that… Full Review »

Mystery Ranch Coulee 25

Indestructible, adjustable, and crazy comfortable daypack that falls under Buy Once - Cry Once. I'd heard of Mystery Ranch packs, which are manufactured in Bozeman,… Full Review »

SOL Thermal Bivvy

The SOL Thermal bivvy is an excellent addition to a 40-degree sleeping bag when temperatures drop and you want to add about 20 extra degrees. The bivvy is lighter… Full Review »

Columbia Titanium Waterproof Jacket

This jacket I purchased three years ago and have worn it in every weather condition. In the military we would call this our cold wet weather jacket. This is my… Full Review »

Salomon Quest 4 GTX

I'm on my third pair of these Salomons and they are by far my favorite backpacking boot. On two thru hikes of the Appalachian Trail each pair lasted eighteen hundred… Full Review »

CRKT Woods Nobo T-Hawk

With a few mods it makes a great camp tool. It's lighter than most hatchets but heavier than some T-hawks and gets a good chop. Not ideal for splitting but will… Full Review »

Keen Targhee III Waterproof Mid

Very comfortable and not too narrow in the toe box. Lightweight boot and still completely waterproof after years of wear. Fit: I like a roomier toe box but with… Full Review »

Garmin inReach Mini

I'd recommend this device for anyone going on an extended wilderness trip where they likely won't have cell service. I used it for a week in the Sierra Nevada mountains… Full Review »

NEMO Dragonfly 1

A lightweight, high quality, solo tent with great space and weather protection. A great solo shelter. It's lightweight, 2lbs 13 oz in its stuff sack. I carry its… Full Review »

Lansky Small Lockback Pocket Knife

A low cost EDC folding pocket knife of outstanding quality for the price. This wee gem replaced a knife confiscated by airport security last year and though very… Full Review »

Finn Comfort Garmisch

This would be my third pair of Finn Garmisch boots. Amazon's delivery co. for these boots has a not so good review, so I'm likely not going to use them, especially… Full Review »

Salomon Quest 4 GTX

A well-made heavy-ish hiking boot for backpacking and hiking. Excellent support and foot protection and comfortable. Works equally well for wider and narrower feet,… Full Review »

Costa Slack Tide

A little bit of fashion meets a little bit of adventure. The Slack Tides have some limited flexibility but they make up for it in generous padding and lightweight… Full Review »

Gossamer Gear The One

The Gossamer Gear The One is a very straightforward non-free standing tent design that provides a nice amount of room, is lightweight, and is a reasonably priced… Full Review »

MSR LowDown Remote Stove Adapter

This MSR LowDown Remote Stove Adapter is designed for use with MSR canister stoves, as a means to increase the safe use of stoves by removing the need to reach… Full Review »

Kuju Coffee Starter Pack

The Kuju Starter Pack offers one sample of the brand's six different coffees and an enameled stainless steel mug. These are pour-over coffees that do not require… Full Review »

Costa Rincondo

Highly useful pair of sunglasses that can be used in lots of situations by providing the needed features in the backcountry and the style for a day in the city. Full Review »

ULA Circuit

Very comfortable pack with up to 35 pounds. Easy to modify to make the pack lighter Bought last year before an AT section hike. I took the shock cord off and the… Full Review »

Belleville Mini-Mil TR102

Good boot. Heel needs wearing in. Order one full US size larger to fit. Heel insert breaks up although can be removed.       Ever since owning the boots, I have… Full Review »

Brooks Cascadia 15

Excellent shoe for backpacking, both on and off trail.   Brooks Cascadia 15 Brooks Cascadias are widely panned for trail running...too heavy, too stiff, no spring,… Full Review »

Give'r Classic Give'r Gloves

An unusually durable shoulder to winter season glove. These gloves are well-finished, have a moderate amount of insulation, and arrive pre-waxed so they resist… Full Review »

Suspenz Deluxe Rack

The best solution you're likely to find for storing kayaks. Suspenz has been around since 2005. They offer a variety of solutions to store, carry, support, and… Full Review »

Lowa Zephyr GTX Lo

Comfortable, but the soles not sturdy enough. Very comfortable shoes. Although on heavy side you will not feel this while using them. Well built upper part with… Full Review »

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