It was a bit unusual in Maine this past winter. We had plenty of snow, and at times too much. So much that ice fishing derbies were cancelled. Not much ice most of the winter, since the snow never melted off and re-froze. That’s great in a way, but not so great when it comes to reviewing ice gear. I had the opportunity to review the Hillsound Trail Crampon Pros, and found lack of ice made that difficult. Check out what I found so far HERE.
The ultra-lightweight pack has followed me on long day hikes in warm weather and a cool overnight trip along the Chattooga River in South Carolina. Check my latest update on my thoughts and experiences with the Osprey Hornet 32 pack. Click here to see more.
The Hornet Series is Osprey’s most recent attempt to create a “superlight” pack for the adventurer trying to keep weight down and versatility high. Click here to see my review of the Osprey Hornet 32.
Today, January 19th is the first day of the Winter ‘show’. Today is the day that all those lucky attendees get to try out some winter gear. Many of the outdoor gear companies are there, with with some of their new and cool gear, offering demos, information and usually the opportunity to try things out. Danielle, and Dave are there, ready to see what’s new. Starting tomorrow, they will be meeting with the company reps at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City. They’ll be posting updates and pictures, so you can see what’s coming.
What they see over the next 4 days, is what we’ll be reviewing, and you’ll be seeing in stores over the next year. Grab a cup of something warm, and stay tuned! Check for updates on Twitter: @4alloutdoors and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/4alloutdoors
It has been over three months and I am still using the Icon Rogue 2 Flashlight. Despite my best efforts, it still works and works well. Read more here….
by Anderson Bowman
August 25, 2010
I have been out and about with the GoLite Lite-Speed Pack and I think I owe an apology. You can read more here to find out why I think I was out of my mind to think this was going to be an ordinary daypack.
by Anderson Bowman
June 30, 2010