Zion National Park, Utah. Photo by Daniel Olah.
“This fall I’ve been using (and using and using) four items from Montane. Montane’s motto is “Further. Faster” and the company is all about high-quality, low-weight mountaineering and outdoor gear…”
“This fall Montane releases its Featherlite Down Jacket, which weighs in at just 14.3 ounces and stuffs down to the size of a large orange. Exceptionally light, this jacket is highly versatile for year round mountain activities and can be worn as a mid-layer when moving quickly in cold conditions or as outer insulation on cool evenings at camp…”
“While traditionally it hasn’t not always been practical to carry your shelter with you at all times, the Sport Hansa LLC Bothy 2 Person Shelter is changing the rules of the game when it comes to preparedness and survival…”
“Some time ago, we were sent a Kupilka Cup by Sport Hansa to review on our blog. This is a sweet little cup. It actually reminds me of one of those ladles you see in in movies scenes that take place in a Russian Gulag. Perfect for dipping into gruel or in our case stew. You could actually put stew into this cup or my personal favorite, coffee…”
“What is “the best” is highly subject based on personal preferences and so there isn’t a universal answer for which pack is the best. However, we can suggest the products we think you should consider for any given category. As such, we have started our “Top 5″ series of articles. In this article we will discuss what features we look for in a climbing pack, and follow that up with our Top 5 climbing packs…”