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Final thoughts on the SOK
Since the last review I have carried the SOK numerous days in my left side Carhartt pants pocket and shoved in my backpack or dry bag when hiking or canoeing respectively. See full review HERE
Upon receiving the MACROBARs I was unable to complete much outdoor activity due to a surgery and prolonged recovery. In a nutshell my reporting has been significantly delayed. During recovery I consumed a few of the bars for a mid-day snack. When I began to enjoy the outdoors I began with easy hikes of 3-miles and bike rides up to 15-miles.
Check out my final thoughts.
Relaxing on the Bayou
Since the last update I have put another 60 miles on the Mountain Khakis Cruiser pants for almost 120 miles total. Amazingly, they still look almost new. Comfort remains top notch and the durability of the pants has been great. Overall, I have been really pleased with the Mountain Khakis Cruiser Pant. Click HERE for my final update.
Contents of the bag from Trail Foody
Final Update on the Trail Foody review can be found here.
[Spoiler Alert] I’ve already bought July’s bag.
If you like to hike, run trails, eat, or try new things, this is for you.
Spicy Cheddar Bean dip on pita chip.
A backpacking trip into the Nantahala Wilderness in Western North Carolina allowed me to try out most of these snacks on the trail. I was surprised with a few of the snacks – both in how they tasted and how easy/difficult they were to prepare in the backcountry. Click here to see my final update on the snacks, dips, and smoothie.
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Tagged alpine aire, backpacking, bean dip, Camping, dips, Food, freeze dried, hummus, Kaleb, smoothie, snacks
I have not had many opportunities to use the Ottolock, partly due to a busy schedule that has limited my riding opportunities, but also because when I did squeeze in an hour ride here and there I didn’t need to lock my bike. I did manage to use the lock three times. You can read my findings here.