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Check out the latest on the Luzon Pack. I love this pack and it has been a lifesaver during my recovery of my broken leg.
Take a look here.
Bottle not sweating with cold liquids.
I used the Bangladesh Cotopaxi Water Bottle for the past month: at home, in the car, around town, at the beach, and at a lake.
This bottle is great for many reasons.
Check it out here.
Check out the latest update on the Cotopaxi Peak T-Shirt. This t-shirt is stylish, lightweight, and is holding up well.
Look at my update here.
By Jenn K.
The Outdoor Retailer Show is now over. There is so much to see and do at the show. Time seems to move quickly. There are a few thousand exhibitors and over 20,000 attendees. Not only is it an opportunity to view and learn about new products, but it is also a great place to network.
Read more here.
Wondering what’s new in the outdoor market? Today was the Open Air Demo at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. This was an opportunity to try out the gear and have some fun.
Check it out here.
Reviewed by Susie, the Hi-Tec Altitude V was provided by Hi-Tec for the purpose of this review
The route Susie hiked in the Hi-Tec Altitude V up Penobscot and Sargent Mountain in Acadia National Park.
This past weekend, I was off in Acadia National Park in Maine to celebrate our seventh wedding anniversary. While we were there, I took the Hi-Tec Altitude V out for a hike up Penobscot and Sargent Mountains (click on the thumbnail at the right to see my route). It was a gorgeous day on the trail with just a slight breeze. The rocky trail was the perfect way to test the tread and the leather of the boot as I am not one that is careful with my feet. I have a propensity to kill footwear! But the Hi-Tec Altitude V did a great job, especially with such a budget friendly retail price. Click here to check out the next chapter of my review, which I did as a YouTube video from the summit of Sargent Mountain.