Posts Tagged ‘ultralight’


Gatewood Cape Bivy Options | Lazy Gear Review | Revisiting The Modular Tarp

As requested, we revisit the Gatewood Cape, and its ability to be interchangeable with multiple bivy options. source


Mountain Laurel Designs 3-Layer Event Rain Mitts Review | Fully Water Proof | MLD

MLD #hiking #ultralight #backpacking Looking at and testing the MLD event rain mitts. With a durable reputation, we wanted to put the 3-layer waterproof fabric … source


Ultralight & Ultra Quick Reviews – Superstition Gear Wind Pants

My quick review of my Superstition Gear Argon 90 wind pants. source


Review of the Enlightened Equipment Torrid Apex Jacket

After 450 miles on the Appalachian Trail and some time in Bass River State Forest I want to share my thoughts. I will be taking this jacket along on our 2019 AT … source


Hammock vs Ground Camping – The Results are Surprising

Subscribe to join the tribe! (monthly gear giveaways.) There’s no doubt Hammock camping is … source


Hardvark Merino Wool Polo and Tshirt Review

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Beginner Hammock Camping Part 4 – Knots You Should Know

There are ton of different knots out there but which ones should you know for hammock camping? In this video I go over a simple loop knot, prussik knot, becket … source


Gossamer Gear Gorilla 40 Ultralight Pack Review

We dragged Ali up to the gear loft to get her thoughts on the pack she uses – the Gossamer Gear Gorilla 40. She got this pack back in December of 2016 and has … source


Hank's Camino Packing List (ultralight, under 4.5 kg / 10 lbs)

Hank Leukart shows what to pack for the Camino de Santiago to walk with an ultralight, 4.5 kilograms/10 pound-backpack of gear. Includes outtakes and … source


Backpacking Gear – 2015 Gear Overview

With the 2015 backpacking season winding down I decided to put together a gear overview video. In this video I go over each of my main pieces of gear, and I … source

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