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Lowa Aerox GTX Mid after 130 miles of use.
The Lowa GTX Aerox Mid has performed admirably over the last few months. They have seen over 130 miles of trail from Mississippi to New Hampshire and have lived up to Lowa’s assertion that they are an “extremely breathable/waterproof, lightweight, do-it-all outdoor athletic shoe.” Read on for my full update.
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Tagged 4alloutdoors.org, Aerox GTX, Aerox Mid, backpacking, Camping, Devils Den State Park, hiking, jason boyle, Kisatchie, Lowa, Lowa Aerox Boots
GPS enabled watches are everywhere now. Epson has entered the market with a line that includes four watches with a price point from $99 to $399. I will be reviewing the ProSense 57 GPS Running Watch over the next couple of months.
Epson ProSense 57 GPS Running Watch
My goal is to understand the functions that separates Epson watches from their competitors while continuing to accurately track my running and hiking. You can read my initial thoughts on the ProSense 57 HERE
Cotopaxi Veloz 6L Hydration Pack
The hydration pack and vest market continues to grow, and every year there seems to be new innovations. Cotopaxi has joined the movement with their new Veloz line of hydration packs that feature an innovative attachment system and plenty of pockets to organize all a runner’s nutrition and gear needs. Read on for my initial thoughts.
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Tagged 4alloutdoors.org, backpacking, Camping, Cotopaxi, Cotopaxi Veloz, hiking, hydration pack, Jason B, jason boyle, marathon running, trailrunning
When I knew I was going to be moving to New Orleans, I immediately began looking for new races to run. There was a cool race called the Rouge – Orleans and it was a relay from Baton Rouge to New Orleans that was about 130 miles long. I thought wow what a cool race. Well it was canceled for a variety of reasons and I kinda let that thought of running this race slip away.
After living here a while, I connected with Louisiana Ultra Runners and got to know these crazy runners. I found out that Jerry Sullivan, one of the members used to do the Baton Rouge to New Orleans run as a fat ass run around Thanksgiving every couple years or so. Well it so happened that this was the year for the Great Mississippi River Levee Run, a crazy 130 mile fat ass run. Click HERE to continue reading my report.
Loyal readers, our 2017 Holiday Gear Guide is live. It is chocked full of great gift ideas for the outdoors person in your life.
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Tagged 2017 holiday gear guide, backpacking, gear guide, gregory, GSI Outdoors, heroclip, high sierra, hiking, holiday gear guide, Kelty, Lowa, Oboz, Princeton Tec, running, Saxx, ultimate direction
The Craghoppers National Geographic Noslife Adventure Long Sleeved Shirt arrived in a women’s size 12 and the color sea salt (light beige). I will say that I am very impressed with the initial appearance of this shirt. The shirt screams of quality from the fabric, looks stylish, and looks to be made well.
Read more here.