Sea to Summit Aeros Pillow Update

Sea to Summit Aeros Pillow

Sea to Summit Aeros Ultralight Deluxe Pillow – Inflated

Have you ever had that perfect night of sleep while camping? I have, and the right pillow contributes greatly to my night of comfort.  I have used the Sea To Summit Aeros Ultralight Deluxe pillow car camping and hammock camping over the last month, and it has performed admirably.  Read on for my full update.

Ultimate Direction Access 600 Running Belt

Access 600

5k Finished!

I am always looking for new ways to carry gear and stay hydrated while running.  For most of my runs, a vest is overkill, but I still need something to carry my phone, a few snacks, and some water.  Ultimate Direction has a new line up of running belts called the Access 600 that I think will fill this need in my running gear quiver.  I will be reviewing this running belt over the next few months.  Read on for my initial thoughts.

Trail Foody Initial Review

Trail Foody Adventure Trail Run

Trail Foody Contents

Who doesn’t like food?  Especially food that is good for you and helps you go longer.  I love to run trails but more importantly, I love to eat.  Thanks to Blair and Trail Foody, I got the opportunity to try several new items!  Click here to read the initial review.

 

RunLites Sling II update

RunLites Sling II

RunLites Sling II

I have used the RunLites Sling II over the past couple months while walking and running on the Mississippi River Levy in New Orleans and while night hiking on the trails of Buccaneer State Park on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  The lights have provided ample light for walking at night, are comfortable to wear and seem to have a pretty decent run time.   Read on for my full update.

Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight/Watertight Series .7 Medical Kit

I have now had this medical kit for a number of months and it is quite handy to have around.  Whenever I hang out back in my hammock I clip it to the ridgeline outside the hammock just in case. See final review addition  HERE

Update – Oboz Crest Low BDry Hiking Shoe

A soggy hike in the Crest Low BDry shoes.

I’ve had the Crest Low BDry shoes for about a month now. They’ve been through about 50 miles so far and have been tested in soggy, wet conditions and even some technical terrain. See the rest of my update here.