Olight H1R Nova Headlamp Initial Impressions
Olight has provided this reviewer with one Olight H1R Nova headlamp for review purposes. Additional information can be obtained directly from Olight at their WEBSITE. My first experience with Olight’s products stemmed from getting involved with the hammock camping community here in the NorthEast. A number of fellow hammock enthusiasts sported these headlamps which reminded me of the military MX991 right angle flashlights I remember using as a kid. Except these Olight headlamps were TINY and super bright!! Purchasing one has been on my list for some time and when given the opportunity to review one I jumped at the chance. Read full review HERE
PATH projects Cascade SS T-Shirt courtesy of their website.
PATH projects is a new company formed in 2015 after the founder, Scott Bailey had spent years running but had been unsatisfied with apparel offered by other companies, especially shorts. The foundation of PATH projects is simple – highest quality apparel, direct to consumer and their foundation piece is their layering system for their shorts – a separate liner and short for the perfect combination. They offer liner and regular shorts, short and long sleeve shirts and various hats. I am reviewing the following items
Tahoe CL 5” baseliner and the Sykes PX short
Cascade SS T-Shirt
Click each link to see my initial thoughts on these PATH projects gear.
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Caddying for Birdies for the Brave at the Zurich Classic
I have worn the Native Eyewear Catamount glasses for over 225 miles of golfing, running, hiking and backpacking. They have performed exceptionally. The visual acuity is clear and crisp; they are so light I forget that I have them on; and I haven’t broke them, so the durability is top notch. Click HERE to read my final thoughts on this pair of glasses.
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First Impressions of the GSI Outdoors Santoku Knife Set
The GSI Outdoors Santoku Knife Set was provided to this reviewer for a full review. GSI Outdoors has recently come out with this handy set of kitchen knives for home or camp. Read my first impressions HERE
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Oboz Bridger Mid B-dry hiking boots
The Oboz Men’s Bridger Mid B-dry hiking boots were provided by for review.
Oboz Men’s Bridger Mid B-dry hiking boots
This report is several days late. I could not get my gout swollen foot to fit into my boots. The weather has been unpredictable for this time of the year, going from hot and humid to hot and dry, then the next day the temperature drops to 50 F and rain. I was in Harold Parker for three of the Wednesday group hikes. I used the Oboz boots while I planted my garden. Then I had the job of maintaining my yard after a winter that damaged a lot of trees and shrubs. When the rest of the equipment was replaced in the gym, it was time to test my boots again. Also time for the last word on tying the boots. To read more please click here.
Enjoying the view from the observation tower at Grand Isle State Park.
I have worn the Blacksheep boxers by SAXX while hiking around Southeastern Louisiana and camping on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The boxers are super comfortable and seem to be durable and, most importantly, smell-free even after several consecutive days of wear. Click HERE for my full update.
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Tagged 4alloutdoors, backpacking, Blacksheep boxers by SAXX, boxers, bucanneer state park, Camping, gearreview, Grand Isle State Park, gulf coast, hiking, Louisiana, Mississippi, org, running, saxx underwear, SAXX underwear review, trekking, underwear review