I reviewed the SAXX Quest 2.0 a while back and really liked them. So we approached SAXX to see if we could review their a pair of underwear from their BlackSheep Merino Wool line up. I was the lucky writer that was selected. I am looking forward to this review – click HERE for my initial thoughts on the SAXX Blacksheep Boxer Briefs.
I have worn the Backpacker 150 Tee multiple days a week for the past 4 months. Since my last post, I have continued to run, work out, and wear the shirt casually. Click here to see my final update on the t-shirt where I highlight some features of the shirt and draw some final conclusions.
Two months with the Smartwool Backpacker Tee and I can say it’s one of the best that I have ever worn. I’ve worn it backpacking, running, at the gym and around town. Click here to see my thoughts on this shirt’s superpowers as well as how well it plays with dogs.
T-shirts are basic to everyday life. I have a few favorites that sit in the top of my drawer that I always grab when looking for something comfortable for my next adventure.
The Smartwool Merino 150 Backpacker’s Tee isn’t your run of the mill shirt. Click here to read my initial thoughts on the Smartwool Merino 150 Backpacker’s Tee.
A successful running and backpacking kit begins with the base layers that a person wears. I will be using the Thunderbolt Sportswear Baseline Marly Tee as my base layer shirt for my adventures over the next few months. The Baseline Marly Tee is a lightweight merino tee shirt that is available in both long sleeve and short sleeve options. Read on for my initial thoughts.
A bad pair of socks can ruin your day outside, but a good pair of socks will make you forget they are even there. I have spent the last three months with the Fox River Trail and Triathlon socks. I have really enjoyed all the time with them. Click here to see my final update on these socks.