A relatively light, compact, and quiet white gas stove. It was just marketed wrongly. And the stove came out at the wrong time.
My three most used brands for outdoor gear and clothing. Based on a BPL discussion.
A very large, no longer made “ultralight backpacking shelter” that I would never take backpacking. But works well for base camp.
My gear list for solo, three-season hiking in Colorado or similar. I also added some gear I may swap in depending on the trip type. Updated.
Going lightweight (sub-20lbs) with typical gear and clothing from REI.
This lightweight “backpacking fad” is not that new or a fad. Despite what some people may state.
I am loaning out this classic sleeping bag for a little bit. Some musings on why a sleeping bag or quilt is not an item to dirt bag if the budget permits.
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 relatively light, very portable, effective, and just plain fun tool for trail maintenance. With some loppers and a Silky, a good basic tool kit is complete.
A strong and inexpensive alternative to both paracord and traditional outdoor accessory cord.