Category: Gear Reviews

Outdoor and athletic gear reviews

Everyday Carry – Active Edition

Everyday Carry is a minimalist approach of picking only the essential gear that will help get you through a day, and doing it with style and simplicity. It seems just about every day, some new product...

Everyday Carry – Metal Edition

Everyday Carry is a minimalist approach of picking only the essential gear that will help get you through a day, and doing it with style and simplicity. It seems just about every day, some new product...

DryGuy Force Dry

DryGuy Force Dry Review

From trail running to downhill skiing, there are plenty of outdoor activities in which your footwear and hand wear can get wet. The need to dry out your gear before it gets ruined from...

Groove Ring

Groove Ring Review

When you lead an active lifestyle, metal wedding bands tend to get in the way and can even cause harm in certain situations. Have you ever lifted weights with a metal band? Snagged your...

Leatherman Signal

Leatherman Signal Review

Leatherman has designed a tool for those who participate in activities away from civilization. They found that Leatherman users often appreciate the preparedness that a multi-tool can bring them, and they’ve used that feedback...

Thule Urban Glide

Thule Urban Glide Stroller Review

Size does matter!  8”or 10” just isn’t enough.  12” is a good start, and 16” really makes an impression.  That’s right! Any active outdoor individual with little ones will need at least a 12”...

Perfect Fitness Multi Gym Pro

Perfect Fitness is known for making sturdy and reliable products for getting a solid workout at home without breaking your budget. The Perfect Fitness Multi Gym Pro is a complete upper-body workout tool that...