The Katadyn Be Free filter has accompanied me on all of my adventures this summer – backpacking in Mississippi, local Louisiana hikes, and remote mountain running in Alaska. The BeFree has worked well in all situations and ensured that I had a clean source of water! Read on for my full update.
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New for 2017, the Kelty Revol 65 is a backpack designed for multiday trips. Featuring a sleek, slender design, the pack comes with a few features that you won’t find from other backpack manufacturers. Check out my initial review of the Revol 65 backpack by clicking here.
I used the RunLites Sling II on two significant night trail runs since my last update, and I can say that they performed well. Though I was skeptical, I found that they were good for running on non-technical trails and had a burn time of around 7 hours on low. Read on for my complete final review.
It seems like performance underwear is all the rage in the industry now, and the days of tighty whiteys appear to be numbered. SAXX is one of the newer companies on the block, and they believe that their specific style of performance underwear with their proprietary ball park pouch, flat seams and technical fabrics will deliver the best experience for their wearer. I am fortunate enough to see if this is true. I will be reviewing the Quest 2.0 over the next several months. Click HERE for my initial thoughts.
Boots are an essential part of any outdoor kit and the innovation that continues to take place in the footwear industry almost rivals Moore’s law. I will be reviewing the Lowa Aerox Mid which has incorporated some of the newest technology from Gore and Lowa. Read on for my initial thoughts.
Coffee. It’s a part of daily life and the cornerstone of many morning and evening routines. Coffee can also be a big part of the backcountry experience. Kuju Coffee brings some innovation to how coffee coffee can be made in the great outdoors. Check out my initial review of their Pocket PourOver by clicking here.