Category: Kids

Kids outdoor gear reviews

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”...

Butler Classic Overboot

Butler Classic Overboot Review

I know rain covers and/or overboots exist out in climates less fortunate than my 300 days of sunshine per year and beautiful State of Colorado! I picture a business man in a grey suit...

Toasted or Roasted Game Review

Toasted or Roasted Introduction Toasted or Roasted is a creation by Education Outdoors whose founder, Tim Paczesny, felt a strong need to educate families and children about the outdoors. Its mission is “to bring families together...

Smartwool Daisy Socks Review

Smartwool Daisy Socks Review

Our friends over at Smartwool have made it their mission to keep our feet comfortable and healthy with their custom blend of super comfy Merino wool. With a corporate headquarters based in family-friendly Steamboat Springs,...

Smartwool Daisy Hat Review

In addition to their trademark socks and various performance gear for adults, our friends over at Smartwool also offer a variety of gear for kids. With corporate headquarters based in family-friendly Steamboat Springs, Colorado,...

Eddie Bauer Toddler Classic Down Jacket Review

A recent snowstorm gave a us the perfect chance to to test out the Eddie Bauer Toddler Classic Down Jacket on our 20-month old daughter. Since we just moved to Colorado this past Spring, this...

Light My Fire Spork Review

Spork? For some of you, this word may be a tad foreign. However, Light My Fire is attempting to make the word and their product, sporks, a household, or shall I say campground favorite....