Thule Versant 60L Backpack Review
Jun08

Thule Versant 60L Backpack Review

Bottom Line: The Thule Versant 60L pack is one of the most comfortable multi-day packs that I have worn in a long time. It’s durable, weather-proof and has a tonne of storage. This pack is made for people that want the ability to bring days worth of gear and still have use of your shoulders when the trip is over. Observations: I have had packs in the past, much more expensive packs I might add, that always killed my collarbones and...

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Good To-Go Dehydrated Meals Review
Jun06

Good To-Go Dehydrated Meals Review

Bottom Line: Good To-Go makes healthy, gourmet, back-country, boil-in-a-bag dehydrated meals. That’s right, you read that correctly, healthy and gourmet, restaurant quality food that you can take with you adventuring. Created by a chef who wanted good for you, good tasting food while enjoying the outdoors. There is nothing better than being able to look forward to food after a day out in the mountains and I can truthfully say that...

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Mountain Hardwear Ghost UL 2 Tent Review
May31

Mountain Hardwear Ghost UL 2 Tent Review

Bottom Line: The Ghost UL 2 Tent by Mountain Hardwear is an amazing two-person, free standing shelter perfect for individuals looking to move fast and light on adventures in the backcountry. It has achieved a fine balance between being durable enough to last for years while also being light enough to not weigh you down. Observations: It would be hard for me to review the Ghost UL 2 Tent without at least referencing the SuperMega UL 2...

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Fjällräven Keb Pants Review
May27

Fjällräven Keb Pants Review

Bottom Line: A 4-season pair of pants that is versatile enough to be used in a variety of biomes from winter in the alpine to summer in the forest. Durable, yet comfortable. Aesthetic, yet functional. You really do get what you pay for with these pants. Observations: My first impression when I got my hands on these pants was that they are extremely burly. I noticed the word “G-1000” on one of the cargo pockets almost...

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Paleo Meals To Go Review
May25

Paleo Meals To Go Review

Bottom Line: Paleo Meals To Go is the solution you’ve been looking for. If you spend anytime in the backcountry camping then you are well acquainted with most dehydrated boil-in-a-bag meals, convenient and lightweight, but often times loaded with more than your daily intake of salt and preservatives. Now, don’t get me wrong these meals do have a place in the backcountry and food always tastes decent when you’re tired and hungry...

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Mountain Hardwear Scrambler RT 35 Outdry Backpack Review
May18

Mountain Hardwear Scrambler RT 35 Outdry Backpack Review

Bottom Line: A light, versatile and durable backpack that’s, more importantly, waterproof! Perfect for anything from rock climbing, ice climbing, skiing, hiking… etc. Observations: Two years ago we tested the Scrambler 30 Outdry pack. You can see our review of that here: Scrambler 30 Outdry Pack Review. Back then one of my main concerns with that backpack was the lack of a roll-top closure. The main compartment was...

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