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.
The WP Extreme Cold Weather Glove were provided by Sealskinz for review purposes. Sealskinz is “a Great British company”. I love the motto of the company “Necessity – The mother of invention.” Their product line consists of hats, gloves and socks. They were the first company to use a three-layer patented technology in their hats, gloves, and socks.
These gloves have a tab to help when putting on the gloves. There is a strap with hook and loop design to secure the gloves once on your hand. To read more about the Sealskinz WP Cold Weather Glove please click here.
I am excited to review the Krimson Klover Nordic Snowflake Hat. Winter has descended on Virginia and I am hopeful that this hat will keep me warm and stylish over the next few months.
Krimson Klover is a company that focuses on using bold colors and using natural materials. Their style is athletic, and for those who love to travel. The mission at Krimson Klover is to “craft apparel that makes you look good and feel good using natural, sustainable fibers and responsible manufacturing with a commitment to supporting women.”
You can read the rest of my initial thoughts on the Krimson Klover Nordic Snowflake hat HERE.
Maine… Snow, and more snow, right? Well, we ‘had’ snow, then it was gone. I really hope our weatherman is right, and the next 3 days bring 6-12″ of snow. Why? Because, these cool looking snowshoes arrived for me to review, and well, I NEED snow! The plan is to review the MSR Revo Ascent Snowshoes over the next couple of months. Click HERE to read what I’ve learned so far.
I was able to take the Revol 65 on the Black Mountain Crest Trail in some cold, wintery conditions. The conditions and difficulty of the trail provided the perfect final proving ground for the backpack. Click here to read my final review and conclusions on the Kelty Revol 65 backpack.
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.