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Final Update – GSI Pinnacle Soloist Stove

GSI Pinnacle Soloist

Cooking Chicken and Rice at Buccaneer State Park

I have continued to use the GSI Pinnacle Soloist Complete system for all of my cooking needs since my last update and it has performed well while cooking one pot meals and remains durable with the exception of a little accident with my daughter.  Read on for my final thoughts.

Final Update – Rhone Mako shorts

Rhone Alaska

Evaluating the next valley

Running, hiking, backpacking, these shorts have done it all. 220 miles of use plus significant gym time and the Rhone Mako shorts continue to look great. Click HERE for my final thoughts on these amazing shorts from Rhone.

Final Update – Columbia Performance Stretch Boxer Briefs

Tested tough is Columbia’s slogan, I can say after 240 miles of running, hiking and backpacking that the new Performance Stretch Boxer Briefs are tough.  They show no wear, and remain super comfortable.  The only nitpick is that they get funky when wearing them for multiple days. Read on for my final update.

Summer 2017 Outdoor Retailer Show – Update 1

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Drinktanks Line up

Today was the second day of the Summer 2017 OR Show in Salt Lake City, but my first full day.  As always it was a busy day with tons of meetings.  Click HERE to see some of the new products!

Final look – Mountain Khakis Cruiser Pant

Mountain Khakis Cruiser Pant

Relaxing on the Bayou

Since the last update I have put another 60 miles on the Mountain Khakis Cruiser pants for almost 120 miles total.  Amazingly, they still look almost new.  Comfort remains top notch and the durability of the pants has been great. Overall, I have been really pleased with the Mountain Khakis Cruiser Pant. Click HERE for my final update.

First look at the adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro Sunglasses

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adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro in the mountains around Juneau

Sunglasses are an essential part of my kit.  My eyes are very sensitive to light and even in overcast conditions I wear sunglasses, or I end up squinting which leads to headaches.  adidas has become a player in the performance eyewear market and I will be reviewing their Evil Eye Evo Pro glasses over the next few months.  Read on for my initial thoughts.