Author: Jay Rush

Lowepro Toploader Zoom AW II

Lowepro Toploader Zoom AW II Review

Introduction to the Lowepro Toploader Zoom AW II Prior to last week, I don’t think I’d considered the need for a top-loading camera bag. Sure, I backpack and hike, and yes I know I’d...

Freewaters GPS Sandal

Freewaters GPS Sandal Review

First Impressions of the Freewaters GPS Sandal Its snowing, again, yet I’m writing about the Freewaters GPS sandals. You feel me though because it’s Spring everywhere (except the Central Rockies), and with Spring comes...

goal zero lighthouse 250 lantern

Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 Lantern Review

Goal Zero Lighthouse 250 Lantern First Impressions Do you ever get really excited about camping accessories? Not the big ticket items like tents and sleeping bags but the little stuff, like cutting boards, and...

Helly Hansen Odin Fastpack-Jacket

Helly Hansen Odin Fastpack Shell Review

First Impressions of the Helly Hansen Odin Fastpack Shell I have a quiver of jackets for various uses; simpler souls might make do with one and be perfectly happy. That said, having access to...

Joby Pro Sling Strap Review

Expectations for the Joby Pro Sling Strap I was excited about the Joby Pro-Sling Strap for professional DSLRs from the moment I first saw it. The reason behind my anticipation was simple: regular camera...

Keen Revel II Boot Review

It’s easy to judge a boot by its cover, and I’m guilty of a prejudice that thankfully stops here. When Keen’s first products like their popular water shoe came to market, I had a...

Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer Down Jacket Review

Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer First Impressions Mountain Hardwear makes rugged gear. The new Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer down jacket is emblematic of the hardcore climbing and backcountry skiing apparel that this California-headquartered company continues...