After three days on soggy, water logged trails.
A 24 mile hike in the Nantahala Wilderness at the headwaters of the Nantahala River in the Blue Ridge Mountains provided the “perfect” final test for the Crest Low BDry shoes. I wouldn’t call the conditions perfect for backpacking, but for testing a pair of waterproof shoes made for through hikes, it couldn’t have been any better. Click here and scroll to the bottom to read my final update from this trip and draw some conclusions about the shoes.
A still photograph from taking the Aquapac camera case for a swim with my dog.
For my second installment of my Aquapac camera case review, I decided to take the case along for a swim in the local river while teaching my young dog to swim to see just how well the photographs and video would come out. Curious to find out? Well, I am sharing the footage with you to see for yourself! To see the footage and hear about my experience with the Aquapac camera case so far, click here.
Aquapac Waterproof Case
I love taking my camera everywhere that I go. Anyone that knows me should be able to tell you that. So, needless to say, I absolutely hate it when the rain or water-based activities make me leave a camera behind. But I also don’t have oodles of money sitting around to spend on a waterproof case for it.
But then Aquapac came along and told me that I didn’t need a ton of money to do it. All I needed was their small camera case (MSRP $40) and I could take my favorite accessory everywhere.
Intrigued? I was too. Click here to see what my initial thoughts are of my Aquapac case.