The Rain Trekker from Montbell is a lightweight, 10 ounce, 3-layer rain jacket that utilizes their proprietary DRY-TEK waterproofing technology. With huge pit zips and a breathable design, it’s a breezy, sturdy layer of protection.
Mountain Standard has come up with a few new ways to spice up your next backpacking trip. Who’s likes carrot cake pancakes?
Sleeping in the backcountry isn’t always easy, but a good pad makes a huge difference. The AXL from Big Agnes is designed to provide thick, luscious padding and insulation at the absolute lowest possible pack size and weight, which should help. This is my review.
The Tigerwall UL2 aims to combine a spacious interior, two doors, and two vestibules, into a packed weight of just 2 lbs 10 oz. Can it be done? My review.
Sometimes, you just know you’re going to get wet. Thankfully, the Big Creek is a completely waterproof pack that’s designed to protect gear from anything from a light rain, to a full submersion. This is my review.
There are few things less forgiving than the relentless summer heat. It’s uncomfortable, it’s challenging, and it can certainly be dangerous. Thankfully, I have some tips to make your summer adventures not only more enjoyable, but also much safer. Considering that heat is one of the most prolific dangers of summer sports, and heat stroke…
Shaving the excess and relying only on what’s actually useful, the Eldris from Morakniv dumps convention and sheds all the excess with a short blade, grippy handle, and handy accessories.
North St. has been busy for a while now, innovating and producing rugged, unique gear. The Pioneer pack is no different. It’s an organizer, but it can be expanded into a hip pack, shoulder bag, or even a bike handlebar bag. This is my review. So, the Pioneer comes in a few different sizes, the…
The BeFree 3.0 Liter Water Filter is a high-capacity, gravity fed water filtration system that includes a washable filter, hanging loop and collapsible body.
Targeting a blend of livability, packability and cost, the Sweet Suite 2 utilizes a unique pole system paired with smart material choices to reduce weight, increases interior volume, all while keeping the cost to a minimum. My review.
Rain jackets come in three distinct forms based on how they are constructed. Each has their own properties, pros and cons, but what is the difference and which should you use? Let’s look into it.