A very large, no longer made “ultralight backpacking shelter” that I would never take backpacking. But works well for base camp.
A look back at an older shelter that is very versatile. And one I am thinking of cycling back in for some planned trips with possible mixed conditions.
A strong and inexpensive alternative to both paracord and traditional outdoor accessory cord.
Some initial impressions of the High Route 1FL shelter.
A reasonably priced 24 oz shelter that works well for my shoulder season, group trips or when it is insect prone.
The Black Diamond Firstlight is a light and easy to setup winter shelter for the solo winter backpacker not spending a lot of time in camp.
A less orthodox version of these popular top ten lists. Ahem. 😉
Make a guyline tensioner out of pull tab from a can. Light, cheap and easy to use.
An inexpensive, light and durable alternative to traditional tent stakes.
A look at an old warhorse. Functional, light, still works, not expensive.