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Best Daypack For Hikes

Best Daypack For Hikes

By Ahmed | October 3, 2018

What Is The Best Daypack for Hikes? When it comes to choosing the perfect backpack for your hiking trip or upcoming travel plans, the overwhelming amount of options can make selecting the best one for you quite the challenge. Which bag is best? What size should you get? Does the brand name matter? In this…

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Deuter Pulse 3: Here to Replace Your Cargo Pants

By Leah Guill | September 24, 2018

The Deuter Pulse 3 is an innovative and modern hydration pack for the day hiker or mountain biker. Fanny packs are making a big comeback. However, not the Fanny Packs of our 80’s youth. These have hydration systems, more than two pockets, comfortable hips belts and more! Gone are the days of leather patchwork fanny…

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LifeSaver Liberty: Clean Water No Matter the Conditions

By Leah Guill | September 21, 2018

Lifesaver Liberty has developed the world’s FIRST and ONLY portable water purifier and inline pump filter combined and it comes to you, and with you, disguised as a water bottle. The Liberty Lifesaver is lightweight, coming in at an easy to carry 0.425kg. This makes it ideal to pack into your backpack, carry on or…

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Matador: Our Top 4 Travel Recommendations

By Leah Guill | September 20, 2018

Matador is a new brand to us and we could not be more excited to educate you, our followers, on the little items that pack a big punch! In 2014, Matador began in a little bedroom in San Francisco and quickly grew. Relocating to Denver, Colorado allowed Matador to lay down their roots and begin…

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Eagle Creek: Cargo Hauler Duffel 60L

By Leah Guill | September 19, 2018

If you are looking for a versatile duffel that works as your main bag or functions as an extra bag, Eagle Creek’s Cargo Hauler Duffel is for you. From the Outside The Eagle Creek Cargo Hauler Duffel comes to you in a tiny package weighing in at only 1lb 12oz. That alone is noteworthy. The…

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Lifestraw Universal to the rescue

By Amy | September 18, 2018

Lifestraw’s mission is simple: they make contaminated water safe to drink. I’m sure you’ve heard of them, and if you travel frequently to countries without potable water readily available or spend ample time in the backcountry, you have probably used their products. We’ve been using Lifestraws for several years, but never had we needed one…

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The Unisexy Sanuk Chiba Quest

By Leah Guill | September 16, 2018

The Sanuk Chiba Quest is an all-around shoe for your next adventure. A casual and comfortable shoe, the Sanuk Chiba Quest is perfect for the men and women in your life. I like to think of it as “Unisexy”. I’ve spoken a lot about my son lately, mostly because he and I are now the…

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Thermacell Radius: Travel Friendly Repellant

By Leah Guill | September 15, 2018

What do we want? No Misquitos! How are we going to get it? Thermacell Radius! Travelers unite! Thermacell has developed a lithium ion battery powered mosquito repellant that is air travel friendly. Voted Best Camping Gear by our friends at Outside Magazine, we quickly agreed. Having Type 0 blood leaves me far more susceptible to…

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GSI Outdoors: Travel Ready Favorites

By Leah Guill | September 14, 2018

GSI Outdoors’ booth is always a favorite place to look through and hear about the new products at the Outdoor Retailer Show. This year was no exception. We’ve picked out 2 new favorites and will update you the on the Bugaboo Cups in this review. Glacier Stainless Double Wall Wine Glass Much like your favorite…

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Klean Kanteen: A Company’s goal of Plastic Free Hydration

By Leah Guill | September 12, 2018

TKPro Klean Kanteen has always produce sustainable products for your hot and cold beverages, food and hydration needs. After years of research, the Klean Kanteen team has developed the next generation of lifetime use bottles, the TKPro. What makes TKPro innovative? The plastic-free and thermal bottle is sleek with a 360 degree pour through system.…

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