Author: Jesse

VivoBarefoot Scott Boot Review

VivoBarefoot has been making wonderful options for those, like me, who prefer to wear minimally built shoes that give your feet lots of room to move and feel the ground in a natural way. ...

DC SPT Mountain Work Boots Review

DC is known for its long history of great snowboard boots and they have brought that legacy into their line of snow boots. It can be hard to find a winter boot that is...

Vasque Lost 40 Winter Boot Review

Master of Deep Snow and the Cold Sometimes, you just need a big boot that will keep you warm and dry regardless of conditions and the Vasque Lost 40 seeks to fill this niche...

SpiderLight Camera Holster Review

Spider Holster is well loved among professional photographers for their excellent and innovative SpiderPro camera holster system and now they have expanded their offerings to cover amateur and pro photographers with smaller cameras.  The...

Big Agnes 4 mtnGLO® Tent Review

Big Agnes, based in Steamboat Springs in my home state of Colorado has always made some of my favorite camping gear, from great sleeping bags to innovative inflatable sleeping pads.  The company kept up...

SpiderPro Holster Single Camera System Review

My SpiderPro Holster review can be summed up by saying go buy it if you own a camera. The system removes camera weight from your shoulders and neck and puts your camera in an easy to access location. The build quality is exceptional and has to be felt to really understand. Spider Holster thought long and hard about how this product works and it shows. As a professional photographer, I loved this system for long days shooting and as a traveller and adventurer, I loved how it kept my camera on my at all times without me worrying about it. If you only carry a lightweight mirrorless camera or point and shoot, check out the Spider Black Widow holster as an alternative. The SpiderPro is also available without the belt and as a two camera system. It retails for $135.