Gear Reviews

Marmot PreCip Pants Eco Review

Outdoor Gear Type: Rain Pants

The Marmot PreCip Pants Eco Full Zip review: adaptive rain pants you can adjust at the hip, at the zip, and at any time on your outdoor trip.

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Exped MegaMat 10 Review

Outdoor Gear Type: Sleeping Pads
Recommended For: Car Camper

The Exped MegaMat 10 is the most comfortable outdoor sleeping experience around. If you’re considering a new mattress for your bedroom, get this instead.

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Patagonia Micro Puff Review

The Patagonia Micro Puff Hoody weighs next to nothing, packs down to nothing, breathes like you’re wearing nothing, and is a whole lot warmer than nothing.

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Camp Chef Everest Review

Outdoor Gear Type: Stoves
Recommended For: Car Camper

The Camp Chef Everest stove performed admirably. Its ease of use, powerful burners, and stable design meant that no food was burned, undercooked, or covered dirt.

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Patagonia R1 Hoody Review

The R1 Hoody is a veritable buffet of fleece-awesomeness for the gear addicted backpacker. Comfort, warmth, design, and sheer versatility at your service.

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Rumpl Down Puffy Blanket Review

Outdoor Gear Type: Quilts
Recommended For: Car Camper

Rumpl Down Puffy Blanket review: a functional, fashionable, down-filled blanket that knows how to cater to dirtbag luxury.

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Erem Xerocole Expedition Desert Hiking Boot Review

Outdoor Gear Type: Hiking Boots

The Erem Xerocole Expedition Boots are stellar desert hiking boots for sandy trails, brushy off-trail bushwhacking, and mountainous rock hopping.

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Granite Gear Crown 2 60 Review

Outdoor Gear Type: Backpacks
Recommended For: Ultralight Backpacker

The Granite Gear Crown 2 60 is versatile, adaptable, burly, and affordable for a backpacking pack. An excellent lightweight choice.

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Ombraz Dolomite Armless Sunglasses Review

Ombraz Dolomite Armless Sunglasses review: Ample sun protection with premium materials, wide coverage, and striking style. Oh, and no sidearms.

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Patagonia Baggies Review

The Patagonia Baggies thrive in the “chill” department. They are no-fuss, good-looking, surprisingly quick-drying shorts that you can wear for days on end.

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