Having a sleeping pad that can provide exceptional warmth yet will never fail can literally be a life saver, or it can just be really convenient. Either way, the Third Degree Foam Pad is exactly both of those things, and this is my review.
The Skeeter SL 20 is a super light sleeping bag, designed to provide exceptional warmth at the lowest weight and smallest pack size possible, while still tossing in a few interesting features. This is my review: The Skeeter SL 20 is a mummy style sleeping bag with a full length, left hand zipper. The bag…
The Copper Spur Expedition bridges the gap between ultralight 3-season tents and burly 4-season expedition shelters, offering something that is both lightweight and rugged for when the weather goes south but the trail goes up.
New for 2019, Nemo is rolling out new and revised tents, sleeping bags and pads, including a 1 lb. 6. oz two person tent called the Rocket. Let’s take a look.
The Aftershokz Trekz Air are open ear, wireless, bone conduction headphones that allow music to play without disturbing others or blocking out ambient noise. This is my review.
Despite common perception, Winter can be the best season to get outside, rack up some miles, and catch the most beautiful views of the season. Sure, it is wet, cold and dark, but here are some simple tips that may just help you enjoy it.
This year, I’ve decided to put together a gift guide for those who are looking for something different, innovative, and above all, high quality. Concentrating on a variety of price points, here are some suggestions for 2018.
Mountain Standard has come up with a few new ways to spice up your next backpacking trip. Who’s likes carrot cake pancakes?
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.