Camping Gear

Hand Out Pro Glove: Review

Hand out Pro glove

The Hand Out Pro Glove makes everything easier in cold weather. I was at a trade show a few years ago and walked by a booth that had an odd looking glove on display. The gloves seemed to come apart ...

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GCI PodRocker: Review

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The GCI Pod Rocker is like sitting in a big, comfy catchers mitt. On a recent 50 Campfires trip, I had the pleasure of spending an entire day waterfall hunting. We were in western North Carolina, and the concentration of ...

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COAST PX250 Flashlight: Review

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The COAST PX250 flashlight might not have been designed with camping in mind, but I found that it was perfect camping and road tripping. First off, you have a powerful 650 lumen light focuses with a quick twist. It’s more ...

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Camp Chef Pro 60X Two-Burner Stove: Review

For some people, the best part of camping is cooking outdoors. There’s just something about it. Cracking an egg into a cast iron skillet with the sun coming up on a crisp morning is about as good as it gets. ...

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Seattle Sports LocoDry DownUnder Zipduff: Review

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Our most recent trip was to western North Carolina, I knew I’d be spending some time on the water. North Carolina is well known for excellent paddling opportunities, which meant that I should probably bring along a good dry bag. ...

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The Duluth Pack Scout: Review

The Duluth Pack Scout is the perfect size for day hikes. You no doubt have seen Duluth Packs. There make like a million different bags. If you’ve ever wondered which model to get I’m going to make a case for ...

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The Cooler Rest: Review

I hate to overuse this phrase, but the Cooler Rest is one of those products that makes you say “why didn’t I think of that?” Long story short – a guy is out fishing and using his Yeti cooler for ...

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GCI FirePit Rocker: Review

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GCI brought an entirely new level of chill to the campsite with their rocker style camping chairs. Their new one, the GCI FirePit Rocker, might be my favorite. It sits lower to the ground than the other models, which makes ...

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Tentsile UNA Tree Tent: Review

When it comes to sleeping in camp you have two options: tents and hammocks. Wait – make that three options: tents, hammocks, and Tentsile. Tentsile makes hammocks that are in a league of their own because they connect to three ...

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Spright Solar USB LED Lantern: Review

The options for camping lanterns seem endless these days, primarily due to LED lights. They make lanterns more durable, but even more important, more efficient. So efficient in fact, that small solar panels can charge them up with ease. One ...

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