A large part of camping and backpacking deals with survival, so this month Unboxed takes a look inside the BattlBox Mission 1.2, a subscription box offering survival solutions for solo campers.
We take a look at seven crazy coffee contraptions that look mighty stylish and will set you back a good bit of money—but won’t necessarily make a better cup of coffee.
When it comes to brushing your hair, you definitely don’t need the Kerastase Hair Coach.
BivySak is an adventure-themed subscription box that ships quarterly, and this installment of Unboxed snuggles up with the BivySak December 2016 shipment.
Niantic Ingress Support wants you to believe a fish is cow.
It may be easier to apply for a John Muir Trail permit, but getting one may be more challenging, thanks to a revision in this years reservation process.
Just because you’re miles from anything resembling civilization doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a civilized meal. These 5 backpacking recipes will keep even the hungriest of hungry hikers satisfied—at least until breakfast.
Join me as I open up the Nomadik November 2016 subscription box and take a critical look at what’s inside.
Unboxed #6 takes a look at the Isle Box November 2016 subscription box.
Unboxed: Nomadik (October 2016)
Nomadik bills itself as the Premier Subscription Box for Adventurers. So let’s dig into the Nomadik October 2016 box to see how true that is.
Bag Check: DIY IKEA Backpack
A gent by the name of Mitch decided to make his own backpack. So he spent $6 on some IKEA Frakta shopping bags and went to work creating this DIY IKEA Backpack.
The Fordsbasement 2016 Gift Guide
Once again, I present you, dear reader, with my artisanal list of hand-picked, life-changing hard goods for all the adventurous heroes on your shopping list.
Kickstarter Alert: Peak to Plateau Yak Wool Baselayers
Check out these cool new yak wool baselayers from New Zealand’s Peak to Plateau on Kickstarter.
Unboxed: Isle Box (October 2016)
For the fourth installment of Unboxed, I crack open the October 2016 Isle Box.
Gear Alert: Cotopaxi Libre Sweater
The Cotopaxi Libre Sweater, made with sustainably farmed midweight knit lama fiber, offers year-round comfort to adventurers of all stripes. There’s just one problem …