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Camping gear reviews from the car camping to the peak bagger including tent reviews, sleeping bag reviews, water filter reviews, trekking pole reviews, camping stove reviews and more.

Princeton Tec Sync Headlamp Review

Princeton Tec Sync

With the warm weather now upon us many of my outdoor activities extend into the evening.  After hours play often requires the use of a headlamp. I find myself carrying a headlamp when I go fishing, running, or biking just in case I end up staying out past dark.  That being said there are many different options when it comes ...

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Osprey Stratos 24 Backpack Review

Stratos 24

The Osprey Stratos line-up has received an update for the Spring/Summer 2017 season. Here is our take on the day-hiker, the Stratos 24. Fit & Comfort Osprey packs excel in this department, and the Stratos 24 did not disappoint. The Stratos 24 is available in one size and has an easy to adjust torso length and can be modified to ...

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Travall Guard Review

If you take your dog everywhere with you, like we do here at ActiveGearReview.com, then you know how important it is to keep yourself and your dogs safe when shuttling to and from the trail. This spring we have had the opportunity to test out the Travall Guard, which is a barrier that helps to keep your cargo in the ...

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CampMaid Outdoor Cookout Grill Set Review

Campmaid Outdoor Cookout Grill Set

Camping usually means cooking hot dogs on a stick, processed food, sandwiches and other boring camping food, that can be old news after a day or two. What if there was a way to easily take camp cooking to another level? What if you could have cinnamon rolls, baked chicken, smoked meats, mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables, pizza and even peach cobbler? Or just about any ...

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Primus Kamoto Openfire Pit and Openfire Pan Review

Primus Kamoto OpenFire Pit

Primus Kamoto Openfire Pit If you like to go camping, then it is imperative to know and understand the “Leave No Trace” principles. Plan ahead and prepare Travel and camp on durable surfaces Dispose of waste properly Leave what you find Minimize campfire impacts Respect wildlife Be consider of other visitors The new Primus Kamoto Openfire Pit and Pan ensures ...

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A Super Lightweight Trail Option: The Matador Backpack Review

Matador Backpack

A Lightweight Look at The Matador Backpack             Matador came up with this really small, as in pocket-sized small, lightweight blanket. They decided to see if that concept could be carried further into the outdoor adventure world. The first thing that needed to happen was a move to Boulder, Colorado. Because that’s what you do when you want to be surrounded ...

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Ruffwear Front Range Harness Review

The Ruffwear Front Range Harness is a great option for your dog if you need more control when walking or if you have an escape artist that can slip his/her collar. The harness is comfortable and extremely easy to slip on and off your dog, making it ideal for a trip around the neighborhood or an all day adventure. Ruffwear ...

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Kelty Redwing 50 Reserve Review

Kelty Redwing 50 Reserve

  Multi use backpacks are an enormous market and as a result there are a huge variety options. It can be tough for a pack to stand out from the crowd. Brimming with features including a new internal frame system and tons of well thought out storage options the Kelty Redwing 50 Reserve stands atop the pile.   Redwing 50 ...

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