Tag Archives: lightweight

Pearl Izumi Peak II Update

I’ve been running in the Peak II Trail Running shoes from Pearl Izumi for a month now. I’ve hit both the trails and pavement with them. Click here to see my update and how the Peak II’s have been performing.

-Kaleb R.

Sierra Designs Feather 25

Looking for a pack that you can use on your day hikes as well as some short overnight trips?  The Sierra Designs Feather 25 pack is packed with the features that make it ideal for your shorter excursions. Click here to see my first of three reviews on the pack.

-Kaleb R.

CEBE Eyemax Sunglasses

CEBE has been in the optics industry since 1892.  They have been creating eyewear for outdoor enthusiasts ever since. The CEBE Eyemax glasses employ Variochrome lenses, which adapt to the ever changing environment outdoors that we love so much.  Their lightweight material means that you hardly know that they are there. Click here to check out my initial review of the CEBE Eyemax sunglasses.

-Kaleb R.

Osprey Hornet 32 Update

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.

-Kaleb R.

Osprey Hornet 32 Pack

Osprey Hornet 32 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.

-Kaleb R.

Princeton Tec Byte Headlamp

A lightweight headlamp that packs a punch…

Image Courtesy of princetontec.com

I have used many different types of headlamps and many of them seem to utilize very similar designs.  The Princeton Tec Byte headlamp didn’t try to reinvent the wheel when it created the Byte, but it definitely has some designs aspects that set it apart from the competition.

Click here for my first review of the Princeton Tec Byte headlamp.

-Kaleb R.