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Columbia Caldorado Beanie

The Columbia Caldorado Beanie Review

Let’s Talk About the Columbia Caldorado Beanie Yep, it’s a beanie, a hat, a lid, a bowler, or a skull cap. Basically, it’s something to keep the noggin’ warm, right?  Not so fast, my...

Pelican Elite Cooler

Pelican Elite Cooler Review

There are coolers, and then there are ‘COOLERS’. In comparing a Ford Fiesta versus a Mercedes-Benz S-Class automobile; the fact that they will both get you from point A to point B is really...

IceMule Classic Cooler

IceMule Classic Cooler Review

Initial Beer Chilling Thoughts on the IceMule Classic Cooler Ok, it’s Portable! That isn’t necessarily earth shattering news.  Being able to carry all of your picnic needs and do so hands free  with great ease...

Kahtoola's Upgraded MICROspikes

Kahtoola’s Upgraded MICROspikes Review

Kahtoola has been making quality traction devices since 1999. They are nestled in the beautiful high mountain town of Flagstaff, Arizona which, in my humble opinion, is a very nice place to play in...

NANOspikes by Kahtoola Review

NANOSpikes by Kahtoola Review

Initial Thoughts on the NANOspikes: My first impression of the NANOspikes by Kahtoola was one of interest. I had not seen running spikes quite like these nor had I really ever shopped around for...

Dr. Cool Recover Wrap

Dr. Cool Recovery Wrap Review

  The Dr. Cool Recovery Wrap is a perfect option for any active on-the-go kind of person. Accidents, missteps, and injuries will happen. When they do, this handy dandy icing wrap has you covered...

TrekSta Kobra II GTX Review

I just finished up my seventh hike wearing the Treksta Men’s Kobra II GTX shoe, and feel like I finally found the right shoe for trail hikes. The Kobra II GTX had a comfortable fit...

Salomon Spikecross 3 CS Review

  I’ve been running in Salomon shoes on and off for many years. I typically find their regular trail shoes a little too firm for my running style, so I rotate with other brands...