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.
Winter has arrived in Northern Virginia and warmth is essential while playing in the outdoors. The Dakota Grizzly York shirt jacket should keep me warm during my outdoor adventures. The Dakota Grizzly York is a plaid jacket that can be worn as an outer piece or as a mid-layer underneath a shell jacket. You can read my full initial review HERE.
Within the next two weeks or so, our writers will be busy sharing reviews of some exciting new gear! Even though for most of the country it is cold and wintery, that’s not stopping us from getting outside. As a matter of fact, reviewing gear helps motivate us to get out more. I’ve got a few sneak peaks of what’s on it’s way.
Coming up soon!!
- PocketRocket Deluxe Stove Kit
- Revo Ascent Snowshoes
- Pika Teapot
- DynaLock Explore Poles
- Thru-Link In-Line Microfilter
We’ll be taking a look at The Boulder – An insulated container for keeping beverages hot or cold, with a ‘cool’ or ‘hot’ extra feature! Also from EcoVessel is the The Port an insulated, stainless steel wine or whiskey tumbler.
From Krimson Klover:
A Beanie with Pom hat designed by artists, with an interior fleece band and removable pom, so it fits under your helmet!
From Dakota Grizzly:
Is it a shirt, or is it a jacket? Or could it be both/either? I think that’s up to the wearer and depends on the weather. It has a satin quilted lining making it useable in different seasons, depending on what it is worn with.
A pair or two of sunglasses, such as the King! I don’t know, can you picture Elvis wearing them?
From Sig Sauer:
Something a bit different… an air pistol. Its a new M17 ASP (advanced sport pellet) Air Pistol, that is a replica of the one that is built for the military.
There will be more exciting new gear on the way soon, and the initial reviews will be posted. We love hearing your feedback, and encourage you to join in by commenting here, or on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest!