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I like the way this book is laid out. On the back cover he mentions what he calls the 5 Cs of survivability; cutting tools, covering elements, combustion devices, containers and cordage. Throughout the book different elements of these 5 Cs are covered. To read the rest of the review please click here.
Hi-TEC Coyote WP shoes in Harold Parker state forest
HI-TEC Coyote WP shoes
The HI-TEC Coyote WP shoes were provided for reviews purposes.
I was recently reminded by someone at the gym who reads my reviews that he had not seen my last look at the Coyote WP shoes. It is a little late but that means more time for testing. I have continued doing most of the activities of the last test period adding a few hikes in the Harold Parker State Forest. In the first month of this test period I wore these shoes on alternate days, I have enjoyed all the time I have spent in the HI-TEC Coyote WP shoes. A rough estimate would be about 700 hours. To read more click here.
Its been a few months since I started my review. It was a summer of my riding being interrupted by injuries, but it still saw plenty of use.
I had to take the hose to the Fremonster Panniers, but all for a good cause. Check out how well its held up over the summer! Read the update HERE.
The Detours Fremonster Pannier was provided for review purposes. Chris D
Zamst HA-1 Run
The Zamst HA-1 Run sock reminds me a little of an ace bandage. Well, not exactly, but the support strips are well defined. The packaging says it is good for injury/prevention of Planter Faciitis. According to the website information “The HA-1’s functional support and unique knitting technology stabilizes the heel in a neutral position and lifts up the arch of the foot to prevent it from leaning inward. Click here to read the rest of the review.
The Zamst AT-1 Ankle looks a lot like a brace you might wear for a sprained ankle. The box says it is good for injury/prevention of Achilles Tendinitis. I requested they send me anything that might be good for Planter Faciitis so I assume this brace can help by supporting the heel. Please click here to read the rest of my review.
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