I just got back from an amazing trip to Iceland. We camped and hiked for 6 days, and I am already thinking about how soon I could go back! We walked, hiked and climbed a LOT. I was fortunate to be reviewing a pair of LOWA Aerox GTX Surrounds while there. Read about how they worked out HERE.
- Following directions was a bit of a challenge, but thankfully most signs had pictures, and almost everyone spoke English.
- Imagine seeing this as you climb in your tent at night!
Leatherman Juice CS3
Just a little something to take on my next adventure! The Leatherman Juice CS3 just arrived. Coming from one of the most well known tool companies, I’m anxous to try it out. . A small but useful tool that is easy to carry. Check out what I’ve found so far HERE.
LOWA Maine GTX Women’s boot
Next week, I’m heading to Iceland for some exploring, camping and hiking. I’m trying to travel light, so I’m only taking two pairs of shoes. My LOWA Maine GTX shoes for exploring in town, and my LOWA Aerox GTX® Surround‘s for hiking. The Maine’s arrived back in the winter, but are intended to be a casual, spring/summer/fall shoe. I think they will serve the purpose, especially since we plan on doing a lot of walking. Read about the Maine’s HERE.
I’m really looking forward to doing some hiking in Iceland in 10 days! Coming with me on my hikes will be the LOWA Aerox GTX Surround Women’s multi-use shoe. We (my daughter and I) plan on camping and hiking while there, with some kayaking thrown in. These LOWA s are definitely lightweight, so lets see how they do on the hikes. Read more about them HERE
Aerox GTX® Surround Ws
These shoes were received for review purposes.
Blue/Grey Hiker socks
I love hiking, and am not always super picky about gear – I love trying new items, and seeing how they work out. One thing I am picky about is making sure my feet are happy. That means comfortable socks and footwear. Injinji has some new socks coming out, and I was fortunate enough to receive 2 pair. A pair of lightweight Liner socks, and a heavier pair of Hiker socks. These won’t be available until fall, but we have a sneak peak! Click HERE to read my initial thoughts and plans.
It was a bit unusual in Maine this past winter. We had plenty of snow, and at times too much. So much that ice fishing derbies were cancelled. Not much ice most of the winter, since the snow never melted off and re-froze. That’s great in a way, but not so great when it comes to reviewing ice gear. I had the opportunity to review the Hillsound Trail Crampon Pros, and found lack of ice made that difficult. Check out what I found so far HERE.