When it comes to brushing your hair, you definitely don’t need the Kerastase Hair Coach.
BivySak: They Ship. You Explore. BivySak, unlike some of the other subscription boxes I’ve reviewed here, ships quarterly. This means, of course, it’s a little more expensive on a per-shipment basis. However, if you look at the cost over a three-month period,the price of each shipment is competitive with other boxes, which tend to run… Read more »
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.
I’ve long been fascinated by Fire Lookout Towers, so when I learned about Campo Santo’s ‘Firewatch’ video game, I knew I’d definitely be playing.
Backcountry XX celebrates 20 Years of Backcountry with hidden 20 prizes in remote outdoor locations across the United States. You’re challenged to get out and find them.
Unboxed: Cairn Subscription Box 2 (May 2016)
In the second installment of Unboxed, I take a close look at my 2nd Cairn Subscription Box.
Gear Up: Liteflex Trek Umbrella
I’ve never really been an umbrella guy, but the Liteflex Trek Umbrella from Swing Trek changed my mind.
Coffee Talk: Trader Joe’s Pour-Over Coffee Brewer
A quick look at the Trader Joe’s Pour-Over Coffee Brewer, a nice alternative to instant coffee.
Unboxed: Cairn Subscription Box (April 2016)
For the first installment of Unboxed, I decided to try Cairn — arguably the most popular and best-known subscription box service aimed at the outdoor enthusiast.
How to Pack a Backpack with Andrew Skurka
Hiking expert Andrew Skurka shows you the right way to pack a backpack.
Hard Goods: Burton Beeracuda
There are many ways to carry beer into the backcountry, but the best option is the Burton Beeracuda.