If you’re serious about coffee on a road trip, the only way to go is to make it yourself. Here’s what you’ll need to brew the perfect travel coffee.
When it comes to keeping biting insects at bay, nothing works quite as well as a liberal dose of Ultrathon Insect Repellent.
If I’m going to use a hammock, I want to be using the Trail Nest Rooftop Hammock Stand.
In this installment of Unboxed, I peel back the lid on the BivySak March 2017 subscription box.
This is what happened when Finnish coffee company Paulig asked designer Luca Zannoto to make a really tiny cup of coffee from a single coffee bean.
Check out The Ultimate Hiker’s Gear Guide, Second Edition: Tools and Techniques to Hit the Trail, the newest edition of Andrew Skurka’s essential guide, one of the best resources for long distance hikers.
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.
From Hemingwrite to Freewrite (A Kickstarter Journey)
The Hemingwrite turned into the Freewrite. And after a lot of waiting, it’s finally been released in the wild and coming to a coffee shop near you …
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.