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The Vegiterranean Diet represents the new and improved eating plan to enhance vitality, radiance, and manifest optimal health from the inside out. The Mediterranean region touts long-term health and disease prevention … Continue reading →
Overly excited to try out my KEEN Revel II boots, I decided I was not only going to wear them with appropriate attire, but I was going to wear them everywhere, at all times, for an undetermined amount of weeks. … Continue reading →
When I first lifted up the box with my new LOWA Trident II GTX winter boots, I was really surprised by its light weight. The boots, when I removed them from the box, were small and compact. Although the Trident … Continue reading →
Anyone who spends enough time outside knows the importance of a good layering system. What you elect to use as your base, mid, and outer layers can easily make the difference between a fun day playing in the snow and … Continue reading →
In the forests of the Teton mountain range, I’ve recently set off on several hikes with my 30-inch Atlas 9 Series snowshoes. I found $169.95 a very reasonable price for these shoes and I selected groomed trails for almost all … Continue reading →
Any time you assess a shoe by the Tubbs Snowshoe Company, the Vermont shoemaker starts out with stellar credibility. It was in a 1928 expedition that Admiral Richard Byrd and his team walked on Tubbs snowshoes all the way to … Continue reading →
There are times when we need to pack up your poles. When we’re traveling to our snowshoe destination by airplane. When we’re touring the backcountry, camping along the way, or touring across a variety of terrain, some of which requires … Continue reading →
Perhaps it had been too long since I’d studied the features of backpacks. Perhaps I hadn’t ever taken backpacks seriously enough. But I was a bit taken aback when I read what Klymit’s Motion 35 backpack can do.
When I began wearing my Merino wool hoodie by Stio, I didn’t have to be convinced of the value of Merino wool. I already knew that Merino wool makes the best inner layer and probably the best “non-jacket” midlayer.
Thousands of years ago, Inuit, Yupik, and other Native peoples inhabiting what is now Canada had to make it through some of the coldest winters on Earth. So they invented a winter boot called a mukluk.