Don’t Slip on Ice or Snow!  Get Traction This Winter with Kahoola EXOSpikes
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Don’t Slip on Ice or Snow! Get Traction This Winter with Kahoola EXOSpikes

Finally upgraded my old winter traction gear and glad I picked Kahoola. I saw a CDC stat that says close to 1 million Americans are injured every year from falling on ice/snow. I don’t want to be in that statistic! They have three options for traction: Nanospikes ($49.95) are for urban use to easily navigate … Continue reading

Minimal but Mighty Hydration Pack: CamelBak Rogue Light
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Minimal but Mighty Hydration Pack: CamelBak Rogue Light

This is an ultra efficient hydration pack. It’s a small and sleek pack perfect for a road cycling, mountain biking or even short hiking adventure. I had been itching to try out the new CamelBak Rogue Light 70 ounce since I saw it at Big Gear Show in early August. This past weekend I gear … Continue reading

The Coolest Hoodie – Fieldsheer Uses Cooling Technology
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The Coolest Hoodie – Fieldsheer Uses Cooling Technology

I’m a sweaty gal.  Always have been.  Growing up in the South I always heard girls glisten, not sweat.  But, I’ve always been the girl who sweats buckets.  Folks often say to me sweating means your body is ultra-efficient at getting rid of toxins.  Small consolation for always turning into a sweaty mess when the … Continue reading

Why You Need a Pair of Merrell Hydro Moc Shoes
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Why You Need a Pair of Merrell Hydro Moc Shoes

If you take a water shoe and a hiking shoe and meld them together, you get the Merrell Hydro Moc Shoe. If you told me I would be a huge fan of a moc style shoe, I’d stay you’re crazy….until I tested these out snorkeling in Hawaii and kayaking in Greater Zion. I was skeptical … Continue reading

The Sweatshirt You Need and It Benefits National Parks, Forests and Public Lands
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The Sweatshirt You Need and It Benefits National Parks, Forests and Public Lands

As I’m writing this, it’s raining with temperatures in the mid-50s in Denver.  It’s the perfect day for a sweatshirt and dreaming of hiking in national parks.  If you’re hiking or camping this summer, this sweatshirt is a great addition to your adventure wardrobe because even in summer, it gets chilly at night in the … Continue reading