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.
I’m yet to meet anyone who wants to be harassed by a mosquito. I’m also yet to meet anyone who wants to smell like bug spray. Luckily, there is something that helps with both of these problems.
Big Agnes has shown off some impressive new gear at OR 2018, including their lightest tents ever, bikepacking specific models, and more. The Fly Creek tents are both getting new “Carbon” editions. As the name would suggest, the new top of the line models feature ultralight poles made of carbon fiber. Also, and perhaps more…
It’s not exactly a secret that refueling shortly after a hard workout (or long day on the trail) expedites recovery and muscle development. Tailwind Nutrition makes tasty recovery drinks that just require water and a little shaking to prepare.
I thought I would share my first setup of the affordable 4 season shelter from Geertop. The Navigator 2 + comes in at just $170 on Amazon. How do I like it? Take a look at the video below. It’s a rough edit as I’m still just playing around with video at the moment, but…
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…