Between chores around base-camp and setting up camera gear I’m almost always in need of a small tool of some sort. Multi-tools have just the assortment of tools I most need, but honestly, I had wearing them on my belt. Then I stumbled on an intriguing alternative from SOG and there’s no going back for me.
The first thing I probably should make clear is that this review is on the original Goal Zero’s Yeti 400, not
If you’re anything like me, you’re aware of the issues our planet is facing from our human footprint but sometimes
I wasn’t so much surprised with the functionality of the suit as I was the comfort; I own many different Kokatat pieces of outerwear and they all do an outstanding job of keeping me dry and warm.
Last weekend Ken and I took a quick over-nighter to get a feel for Seaward Kayaks’ Quest X3 which we’ll
I probably read somewhere in the neighborhood of a few dozen books every year and have been doing so since I was a boy. Most are, at best, interesting but every once in a while a book will come along that is absolute riveting. I can probably count on one hand the number of books that would fall in this category. Walking Home is right up there!
I haven’t had an opportunity to get excited about any new gear lately, but I came across a product that
I’ve been kayaking for 20 years now, and during that time I’ve found my motivation for paddling changing. In the
It’s not very often that I find myself so engrossed in a coffee table book, but Paul Nicklen’s Polar Obsession
Early I touched on the merits of using topographical maps while planning multi-day trips in the wilderness. Here I thought