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Update – Deuter Helion 60

Dueter Helion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have to say I am really impressed with the quality and the durability of the Deuter Helion 60.  I have tried to do some damage to it and cannot. Read more….

 

 

Final Update: Cascade Designs Platypus Women’s B-Line Cross Country Backpack

Cross Country Backpack Check out my final update on the Cascade Designs Platypus Women’s B-Line Cross County Backpack. The review process for this pack took me much longer than anticipated due to receiving it while I was recovering from a broken leg. Well I am all better now and back to my normal biking routine. Read more here. 

Jenn K. 

Hungry for some protein?

PROBAR Core How about a bar that is gluten free, has 20 or more grams of protein, is a good source of fiber with 4 or more grams, contains Omega-3 and 6, and has chia and flax seeds. The PROBAR Core has you covered.

Check out the PROBAR Core Protein Bars here.

By Jenn K.

If it’s a Fits Sock wear it

Fits Sock

Performance Trail & Light Hiker Crew socks

Review by Arnie P


The Hiker and Trail socks were provided by the Fits Sock Company for the purpose of this review. Since I received two different styles of socks, this report will be a double report.   To read more.

By Arnie P

Kelty Fury 35L update

Kelty Fury 35L update

Kelty Fury 35L taking a much needed break

Yes, this Kelty Fury 35L update is a little late.  If you have read any of my recent reports you probably picked up on the fact that I twisted my knee loading a kayak on my truck and then had to have it scoped a few weeks later. I’m still not back at 100% but I have started back hiking.  My first several hikes were short and with a very light day pack containing only a little water and a few essentials.  I stayed on trails that were fairly flat and took my time to avoid twisting my knee.  Then, on November 17 I  loaded the Kelty Fury 35 up for a short overnight hike.  To read the rest of this update please click here.

Coy Boy

 

 

 

Kelty Fury 35 pack

Kelty Fury 35 pack

rain cover deployed

The Fury 35 is part of the Agile series of packs and is available as a men’s or women’s and comes in 2 sizes, S/M and M/L. It is an internal frame pack and is offered in 2 colors, orange or blue.  According to Kelty, the Fury 35 is a good choice for an overnight trip or a quick session on the AT.  I’m not sure what a quick session is, however, I think that with the proper gear it would be suitable for at least a weekend trip (2 or 3 nights) and perhaps even longer hikes. To read the rest please click here.

Coy Boy