Archives: April 2015

  1. Climbing

    Slacker at heart

    There's quite a few slackline kits out there on the market, but it sure is easy to piece one together yourself. You'll learn quite a bit during the process, and you'll save a few bucks on your setup too.       You can use an even simpler setup than shown here--if, that is, you have a team of people...
  2. Accessories & Travel

    Jet-set bug-out-bag

    Frequent travelers all have one thing in common: a favorite go-to travel pack¬†for unexpected trips. Osprey has made a name for themselves with their backpacking packs (see our recent post on the Atmos AG packs), but more and more their expertise is going into luggage and clever carry on packs. Enter the Porter 30.     The Porter series has...
  3. Camping and Hiking

    Gettin' Clinical

    Mountain Hardwear Rep Jack Powell stopped by today for a clinic on new Spring '15 clothing and hardgoods. It's a cold one outside today, but we all braved the parking lot to get some hands on setting up the tents and talking specs. Who will smite the green beast!? Many warriors, no challengers.              ...
  4. Camping and Hiking

    New for Spring: Osprey Atmos 50 AG

    We've carried the Atmos and Aura packs since they came out back in 2007, and WOW have they come a long way. About the only similarities now are the suspended mesh backpanel and the main lid. Everything else has been redesigned from the ground up for a better fit and superior load carrying. Sizeable sleeping bag compartment Pictured in "Cinnabar Red...

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