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If there's an activity or sport, I'll generally try it at least once. My main activities include running, hiking, skiing, cycling, camping, backpacking, and pretty much anything else you can think of. I love writing product reviews as I like helping people find the right gear so they will enjoy their activity that much more.

Toad & Co – Style and Function for All

Toad and Co Ventilair Shirt

Toad and Co continues to impress with their new spring/summer lineup through incorporating a mixture of sustainable and technical fabrics into styles that look good in any scenario.  I’ve had a chance to test out a couple pieces from Toad & Co over the past couple months, in specific the Ventilair Long Sleeve Shirt and the Kerouac Pant, both lightweight ...

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Danner Mountain 600 Hiking Boot Review

Danner Mountain 600

Price: $180 Weight: 18.5 oz per boot Danner, a long known name in the world of hiking boots is on the road to reinvigorating the brand name.  Starting in 1932, Danner was built from the idea of building an affordable work boot.  The cost of their boots were $4 a pair.  Fast forward 30 years and shift your mind to ...

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Costa Whitetip Sunglasses Review

costa whitetip sunglasses

Costa is one of the highest respected sunglasses companies when it comes to the water.  Water presents one of the biggest challenges for a sunglass lenses and Costa has made a name for itself for being the master of sunglasses on the water.  The Costa Whitetip is a new sunglass offering with a medium fit and an option to choose ...

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Oakley Airbrake XL Prizm Goggles Review

Oakley Airbrake XL PRIZM

When you’re looking for maximum coverage around your eyes and your face, the Oakley Airbrake XL PRIZM goggles has your number.  These goggles have an oversized fit and offers Oakley’s premium lens technology PRIZM to enhance the definition in the snow. Benefits of Oversized Goggles The main benefit of an oversized goggle is that the frame is further from your ...

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Kahtoola – Best Winter Footwear Traction

Whether you’re running, hiking, or walking this winter, good traction is a must if you live any place the temperatures drop below 32F Degrees.  Kahtoola Microspikes and Nanospikes offer superior traction for nearly every activity in snowy and icy conditions. Kahtoola NANOspikes – Running $49.95 Living in a mountain town where the roads and trails are covered with snow and ...

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