Author Archives: Coy

Sherpa Adventure Gear Khumbu Pant

Khumbu pant I consider pants one of the more important gear choices when it comes to outdoor adventures.  I want them to fit comfortably, allow complete freedom of movement and while not high on my list, looking good is a bonus.  The Khumbu pants seem to meet all the criteria so follow along as I review them.  For my initial thoughts please click here. 

Coy Boy

Showers Pass Apex Tech T-Shirt Update

Showers Pass Apex Tech T-shirt I have really enjoyed wearing the Showers Pass Apex Tech T-Shirt so far.  It is fast becoming one of my favorites for bike riding and is a great hiking shirt as well.  It has been very humid this summer and I was able to test the wicking ability of the shirt to the max.  To read all my thoughts so far please click here.

Coy Boy

Warbonnet Thunderfly

Warbonnet Thunderfly I am usually so busy writing reviews of gear sent to me that I don’t find the time to write a review of gear I bought.  However, I have been so impressed with the Warbonnet Thunderfly that I carved out the necessary time.  Lets just say I really like this hammock fly.  But to read all about it click here.

Coy Boy

Showers Pass Apex Merino Wool Tech T-Shirt

Showers Pass Apex Merino Wool Tech T-Shirt

Showers Pass Apex Merino Wool Tech T-Shirt

Follow along as I review the Showers Pass Apex Merino Tech T-Shirt.  It arrived just in time for some hot and muggy Alabama summer weather.  It feels so soft and comfortable it’s hard to believe it has any wool in it.   To read my initial impressions please click here. 

Coy Boy

CreekKooler 30 Qt cooler

CreekKooler Follow along as I test the limits of this interesting cooler concept called the CreekKooler.  Basically a floating 30 qt  cooler you can pull behind a canoe or kayak, freeing up valuable onboard space.  You can read all about the maiden voyage by clicking here.

Coy Boy

Ottolock bike lock: Final Update

Ottolock bike lock I kept waiting for something exciting to happen before submitting my last update but alas, living in a small town in rural Alabama did not afforded any such opportunity. Also, once the weather turned cold I did not ride a whole lot so there were fewer opportunities for theives to strike.  To read the rest of my final thought please click here.

Coy Boy