Category: Gear Reviews

Gear Reviews

Planning an adventure can be exciting, but it’s easy to overlook some essential, yet unconventional, gear. These are the items that elevate your experience from good to great. Think beyond the typical categories! At Active Gear Review we explore those unique gear items that don’t fit neatly into a box. Our in-depth reviews analyze trekking poles, travel mugs, headlamps, water filters, backpacks, and other essential extras. We delve into factors like functionality, portability, durability, and value for money. Find unbiased insights to discover hidden gems and unexpected essentials that might just become your surprise adventure must-haves!

PinUltimate Hitch Pin Review

PinUltimate Hitch Pin Review

If you’re someone who tows a trailer, then you know how important it is to have a reliable hitch pin. Unfortunately, many traditional hitch pins are made from steel that rusts easily and are...

DryGuy Force Dry Review

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 Review

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 Review

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 Stroller Review

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”...