Recreation

My Trail Gear Christmas List
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My Trail Gear Christmas List
The GoPro HERO4’s touch display and on-the-fly highlighting would allow me to record not only my rides, but my other activities, as well, such as soccer, fishing, or even trail running.
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Baselayer Material Options
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Baselayer Material Options
Probably the most common baselayer material available today, polyester is breathable, moisture-wicking, dries quickly, and is very affordable.
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Tips for Climbing Beginners
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Tips for Climbing Beginners
Whether you’re outdoors or at the gym, climbing can be a great way to get exercise, challenge yourself, or experience nature in a different way.
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Gear Up: BioLite KettleCharge
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Gear Up: BioLite KettleCharge
Unlike conventional solar panel chargers, the KettleCharge is ready night or day, and at 10 watts, it will charge USB devices as fast as a wall outlet.
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Snowshoe Length Tips
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Snowshoe Length Tips
All you need to know is the combined weight of you and your gear, the type of snowshoeing you want to do, and the type of terrain you’ll most likely be traversing, and you should be able to choose a pair of snowshoes in no time.
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Campfire Comfort Food
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Campfire Comfort Food
Dutch ovens are great because they’re like a crock pot for the outdoors—you can load all your ingredients in and let it sit on the coals for a while.
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Gear Up: Bomber Gear Halo 5.0
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Gear Up: Bomber Gear Halo 5.0
The Halo is an affordable, reliable baselayer for when the temperatures drop into the teens, but if you’re not facing such extreme conditions, then the Halo may be overkill.
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