Costa: Saving the Planet and Your Eyes

By Leah Guill | October 9, 2018

Hopefully you have heard of Costa and the amazing work they are doing to create sustainable products. We are delighted to bring you a review of our favorites and hope they become your favorite too. Costa x bureo- The Untangled Collection After trying on several of the Costa Untangled Collection, I decided on the fun…


Lems Shoes: Primal 2 and Boulder Boot Review

By Leah Guill | October 6, 2018

Primal 2 As reviewed by Chris As summer comes to an end with it goes my favorite rainbow flip flops.  If your looking for a spring shoe that doesn’t feel like your stuffing your feet into sausage casing then you need to pick up a pair of Lem’s Primal 2’s. Primal 2 has no drop…


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…


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…


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…


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…


Vibram® Furoshiki: Travel Shoe for All Adventures

By Leah Guill | September 13, 2018

Created by Masaya Hashimoto, the Vibram® Furoshiki wrap shoe is sure to impress. Whether you are on the barefoot bandwagon or not, the Vibram® Furoshiki will wrap you in comfort and convince you to come to the minimalist side. I hear they have cookies. New for 2018, are bright and inviting colors with a redesigned…


Alchemy Goods: Brooklyn Backpack for the Urban Adventurer

By Leah Guill | September 10, 2018

Alchemy Goods was born out of necessity when the founder’s messenger bag was stolen. Creating the perfect bag from items he had lying around is how Alchemy Goods was created and the Brooklyn Backpack became a reality. Brooklyn Backpack The Brooklyn Bag is born from recycled inner tubes from bikes. Alchemy Goods has a partnership…


Diamond Gear: Retro Throwback with the New Belay Bag

By Leah Guill | August 24, 2018

The 1980s are calling and they want you to have your Belay Bag back! Except, it has been updated and ready for the new generation of adventurers! The Diamond Brand Gear Company has been making camping gear and tents here in the USA since 1881. The Belay Bag was originally designed in the 1980’s. The…


Adidas: 3 Apparel Items for the Adventurer

By Leah Guill | August 23, 2018

Adidas has been a favorite and a staple in my closet since middle school track. Whether it was spikes, warm-up suits or runners, I have always had a special place in my heart for Adidas. Recently, we took the Terrex Agravic BOA, Terrex Agravic Speed Plus and Light Insulated Jacket out for a field test.…