The MSR Thru Link filter has continued to perform exceptionally. I have used it hiking, trail running, and backpacking. It filters water quickly, is durable, mostly compatible with various hydration systems. You can read my final update HERE.
Final Look – EcoVessel Port Wine and Whiskey Tumbler
The EcoVessel Wine and Whiskey tumbler is a great little cup – it performs as advertised!
Since my last update, I have used the EcoVessel Port Wine and Whiskey while on three overnight backpacking trips on the AT in Maryland; for coffee on two long dayhiking trips on the Maryland AT; and of course for hot and cold beverages while at home. Temperatures ranged from 28 F at Pine Knob Shelter on the AT to the mid 50’s during one of my lunch coffee breaks on a day hike.
You can read my final thoughts HERE.
Final Update Krimson Klover Nordic Snowflake Hat
This will be my final time talking about Krimson Klover Nordic Snowflake Hat. I have used the hat while hiking on the Prince William Forest trails and walking to school. The temperature was high 40s to low 50s. I evaluated the hat on comfort, durability and fashionability. You can read my final thoughts HERE.
Last Look Dakota Grizzly York Shirt
I have basically lived in the Dakota Grizzly York shirt for the past couple of months. I like how comfortable it is, and because it is a button down I can easily open or close the shirt to adjust to numerous temperatures. Click HERE to read my final update.
First Look – Sealskinz All Weather Gloves
Gloves are an absolute must for me, even in fairly temperate weather. I have broken both of my pinkies, so they get cold easily. So when the opportunity arose to review the Sealskinz All Weather Gloves, I eagerly volunteered. Sealskinz describes the All Weather Glove as “A rugged, lightweight and technical waterproof glove. Offering a balance of warmth and breathability.” You can read my full initial thoughts HERE.