Gear NOT (backpacks OR Bags) NonTheHouse"
I am not electronic savvy and I managed to sync my new device with my phone and Mac. It is very easy to use and although comes with no instructions; is easy to figure out. The…
- Cindy, 06/10/14
One of the greatest duffels that you can find out there. Was camping once and poured rain, everything in my duffel was still dry. I give this duffel five stars!…
- Allison, 12/09/12
We've just come off the river from a two day trip.
At the very end of day one, we tipped the canoe and The North Face waterproof duffle was fully submerged for more than two…
- Michael, 05/26/14
I like being outdoors, and most of the time it likes me being there as well. This pad allows me to keep my distance from the ground, and not get creepy close to Mother Nature…
- glenn, 06/06/13
I ordered this in an Extra Small, and this is the best sleeping pad for me in many ways. I got it that small because it is just long enough to reach from my head to my butt. T…
- David, 07/25/11
Cadillac, Saginaw, Cimarron, NM...
This tent is perfect for overnight getaways wether stormy or starry nights ensue. All inclusive in it's accommodations; ample head room for either two seated friends, or foes.…
- dana, 02/10/15
On the road and on the GO!
These quick draws are not the lightest. They are not the sexiest. They don't have the best clearance or the perfect clipping feel. They are however solid and extremely functio…
- Zachariah, 02/25/15
Good tent. Poles are small oak trees so if you snap one of these, you're doing something wrong.
Footprint/tent floor isn't loud while moving around, definitely not the old…
- Stuart, 05/31/13
I love this thing.. unroll it and it will self inflate in about 2-4 minutes.. enough that all you will need to do is throw 1-2 breathes to adjust the firmness. its very ligh…
- Chris, 09/30/12
After two years using Thermarest's Z-Lite, upgraded to the ProLite-Plus and have found it markedly more comfortable to sleep on. The nominal 200g weight increase for a warmer,…
- Kurt, 04/14/12
I got Voyager to supplement my BD orbit. Both are designed to be hung and Voyager is much brighter and almost as compact. It does ok as table lantern, and excels when hung…
- Yevgeniy, 04/02/13
New York, New York
The Voyager lantern is a fantastic piece of gear. It's no barebones ultralight flashlight, with four AAs, but it is compact and bright. Variable modes allow for a tabletop…
- Peter, 01/04/13
Okay, the bottom line on this tent is that its a well made, well designed freestanding tent that has a TON of space and weighs in at right around 3 and a half pounds.
- Terry, 02/28/15
Exped is the Therm-a-rest killer. This pad is superior to the longtime market leader in a half-dozen fundamental ways. It is warmer. It's larger. It is more comfortable. Way m…
- David, 12/08/14
Bloomington, IN but originally from Algonac, MI
this thing keeps me off the ground. It runs a little easily through the grigri(1), but as long as you have a brake hand on it, you're fine. Super smooth, packs down tiny. I l…
- Jesse, 01/04/12
its the best rope i have ever had, durable and supple, it clips well from both sides. it has the lowest impact force of any rope i have fallen on. this is not the best rope t…
- rob, 10/25/11
Bought these to do NYS 46ers and the rest of the 4000'+ peaks in the NE. Awesome design weight and use of materials. except for using aluminum for the traction system. The nat…
- Jason, 12/01/14
I bought these snowshoes two days ago and took them on a 22.5 mile hike with 7000 feet of elevation gain here in the rocky mountains yesterday. I was definitely impressed with…
- Kris, 01/12/15