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: 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.
You’re gonna get wet in the Hammocraft
The Hammocraft is comprised of an aluminum frame that attaches as many as five hammocks to a series of inflatable paddleboards. What could go wrong?
How to Get a John Muir Trail Permit
If you want to hike the John Muir Trail, you’re going to a wilderness permit from Yosemite National Park. But how do you get one?
Weird Gear: Snowpeak Sky Nest Tent
The Snowpeak Sky Nest, is a two-person tent that hangs from the trees like a hammock, but it’s really expensive and really heavy.
Gear Up: BioLite PowerLight Mini
The BioLite PowerLight Mini is a fantastic compact wearable lantern and rechargeable battery for use in the backcountry and the city.
Stuff You Don’t Need: The Minibrew
The Minibrew will handle all the messy, inconvenient, and time-consuming aspects of home brewing … but you don’t need it.
Rewards Package: The Pint from Stable Goods Co.
I was intrigued when I learned about The Pint, a canteen that converts to a cup, so I ordered one. Mine arrived the other day, and it’s fantastic.