Author: Editorial Staff

REVIEW: Farm to Feet Hiking Socks

Farm to Feet is an All-American company with the single goal of creating the world’s best wool socks by exclusively using American materials, manufacturers and workers. Farm to Feet goes a step further by sourcing all of it’s point-of-view displays...

Review: Osprey WAYPOINT 80 Travel Pack

Two weeks in Spain and we took mostly public transportation while there. We tested it on environments like getting on trains, bus stations, train stations, hotel to hotel and using a taxis. We traveled around mostly city terrain. Barcelona, Seville,...

Review: Black Diamond ReVolt Headlamp

Functionality ★★★★★ With headlamps, there are only three features that matter: what kind of light they can emit, how brightly they emit it, and how long they can last (battery). The ReVolt is practically the mutli-tool of headlamps, with 3 versatile...

Review: Aspire Anonymous Sunglasses

Incorporating the latest in technology, advanced materials and fashion, Aspire Eyewear offers comfortable, wearable and adjustable eyewear that is distributed exclusively through ClearVision Optical. Aspire Eyewear started just last year and is already making a mark with designs that transcend...

Review: Women’s Thule Guidepost 65L Backpack

Functionality ★★★★ Adjustment was a key focus in the designing of this bag. Not only does the Guidepost have a thickly padded, pivoting hip belt that comes in three sizes, but also padded shoulder straps with three different width settings. The...

Review: Keen UNEEK Sandals

Comfort and durability. It is hard to get both of these in a sandal. Most sandals try and do one or the other, but the Keen UNEEK tries to bridge that gap. How successful is another thing entirely. Functionality ★★ The UNEEK tries...

Review: Thule’s First Rolling Snowboard Bag

Whether you fly in or live close, getting your gear safely to the slope is required. Doing it in style is a plus. Thule’s new RoundTrip Double Snowboard Roller and Backpack make it all happen. Functionality ★★★★ The 900D polyester tarpaulin...

Review: Peak Designs Clutch

Peak Designs’ new emergence onto the camera market has been another tale of success through Kickstarter. After garnishing over a half a million dollars in backings they’re well on their way to becoming a company of photographers focusing on making...

Review: Joby Pro Sling Strap

JOBY is known for throwing many different models of their gorilla tripods for almost every conceivable device on the market (except for your new cat) but their emergence in the camera strap has gone unnoticed. JOBY recently has targeted photography...

The Drunk Heel Hook

Don’t you just hate it when someone sends that route you’ve been stuck on, making it look super easy? I know I haven’t ever climbed with this guy’s blood alcohol level before, but I can identify with the shame that...

Downhill Fat Tire Race!

The only thing cooler then downhill Fat Tire racing is to do it with a shark on your head. Spoiler alert, there will be a wipeout. Own a piece of gear that you’re dying to review? Read our submissions page...