I was stoked when the rep from the Muck Boot Company sent me a pair of their new Arctic Adventure boots to try out. As a lifelong equestrian, I’ve always had my eye on their products because of their dedication … Continue reading
Ah, the classic Polaroid camera. First introduced in the 1940s, the company’s iconic, instant-print cameras were a ubiquitous part of American life for generations, until the product was discontinued in 2007, complete with the square prints, the multi-use flashbulb “bars” … Continue reading
My first experience with a new caffeinated product – outside of the usual suspects like coffee, tea and soda – came in the late 90s via Penguin Peppermints, a straightforward combination of breath freshener and energy jolt that got me … Continue reading
When it comes to “should-you-or-shouldn’t-you?” regarding to the use of electronic devices in the backcountry, the debate is still open. Some argue that the conveniences of modern life – whether that list includes cell phones, tablet devices, or even portable … Continue reading
Every active snowshoer has to admit, there’s a full-time job waiting back at home and an office that has projects galore waiting to be completed. That’s our reality. We all have work to do. But for the computer user, true … Continue reading
Unless you run for exercise or compete in an occasional snowshoe race, you won’t clearly understand the technical terms I am about to mention until you personally strap on a pair of the 2.15-pound Faber Aluminum Run Snowshoes and experience … Continue reading
I tried a set of Watson’s mid-weight long sleeve top and long john bottoms from their “Double Layer” collection during a day of skiing at Jackson Hole. The weather conditions were cloudy and windy with temperatures in the low 30s. … Continue reading
It looks like Faber Snowshoes may have a hit on its hands with the new North Cliff snowshoe model.
“The North Cliff snowshoe was created with idea of offering an affordable and easy to use day hiking snowshoe for mountainous … Continue reading
Sorel is a household name in seasonal regions with good reason: They’ve mastered the art of cold-weather footwear. Amongst their vast portfolio of award-winning products, the Tofino and Joan of Arctic (JOA) boot are largely responsible for Sorel’s popularity amongst … Continue reading
Sometimes – perhaps oftentimes – nothing beats a KEEN.
That’s certainly the case with the new KEEN Summit County III boot. Last year, I gave the Summit County II boot a … Continue reading
Let’s face it: sometimes we need top-of-the-line gear at a more wallet-friendly price point. When it comes to cleverly designed, high-performing snowshoes that won’t break the bank, Louis Garneau delivers with their men’s Blizzard and women’s Blizzard snowshoe models.
The … Continue reading