When it comes to gear, I’m a big fan of buying products that serve multiple purposes. While multi-functional gear usually costs more up-front, it allows you to travel lighter and faster. Versatility is what caught my eye with the Peak Design Travel Line 45L Backpack – it’s a chameleon of a backpack, adapting to any […]
I’ve been a fan of LifeStraw water filters for a while. They are easy to throw in your backpack and simple to use when you need them. They require little maintenance, with just a quick backwash periodically. I have mainly been using the LifeStraw Go, which is a water bottle with the LifeStraw filter built […]
First launched in 1994, the Bora backpack was one of Arc’teryx’s first premier lines of gear and has stood the test of time. In 2017, the Arc’teryx Bora AR backpack was re-designed and re-launched. One of the biggest improvements to the Bora backpack is the RotoGlide hip belt. The RotoGlide allows the hip belt to […]
A good night’s sleep isn’t always easy to come by when camping, but having a nice tent can make a world of difference. A tent that is spacious, waterproof, durable, and breathes well is important to have. Then you must look at weight, ease of set up, additional features, and of course the cost. There […]
The Camera Harness from Cotton Camera Carrier Systems is a vest for photographers which secures your camera when it is not being used.
As someone who frequently hikes and takes photographs for this website, I always have my DSLR with me when I’m out exploring new trails. The problem is you generally have three options when hiking with a heavy camera and large telephoto lens.
Hammocks are the perfect accessory to bring camping and hiking. They’re versatile, easy to set up and they are the best way to take a rest. The only challenge of hiking with hammocks is the extra weight and the precious space they take up in your backpack. For a small and ultralight hammock that reduces […]