Review: Hammock Bliss Single

Hammocks have grown in popularity over the last few years. I own three hammocks, each with their own speciality uses. The Hammock Bliss Single is my most versatile and favorite hammock in the bunch. Travel – Sized Weighing in at...

Interview with Devin “Super Tramp” Graham

Devin Graham aka. DevinSuperTramp is one of the best YouTubers in the business and we got the chance to chat with him about his latest video. Alec Soard: Coming out of film school, what type of video/film did you want to be...

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...

How to Choose the Perfect Trekking Pole

Day hikers and backpackers understand the vast difference between hiking with, and without, trekking poles. So, why use hiking poles? Poles assist with balance, decrease stress on joints, increase stability on slippery surfaces, and transfer weight to the upper body...

Ask Gearographer: Is Jewelry Gear?

Dear Gearographer, Is jewelry considered gear? My husband and I have been fighting over this for months. He spends all his extra cash on fishing and hunting gear, yet says it’s a waste to buy me jewelry. I say jewelry...

Review: Dual Eyewear AV1 Bifocal Sunglasses

Functionality ★★★★ As far as sunglasses, the AV1 does what they’re designed to do, they shade your eyes from the sun. Although I think that the bifocal lenses should be an option and not part of every pair of their glasses....

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...

Review: Poler Field Pack

Functionality ★★★★ The Field Pack is Poler’s most simple pack, and it doesn’t have all of the fancy bells and whistles, but that’s what makes it so great. When I first started using this pack, I thought it was a smaller...

Outdoor Events in August

A new month, a new set of awesome outdoor events happening. Biking, fishing, and running; because it’s August and it’s the peak summer season, that means there is a ton to do. So what are you waiting for? Get going...

Ask Gearographer: Smart Phones

Dear Gearographer, My friends make fun of me because I don’t have a smart phone. I don’t care to be connected to the internet at all times like my friends and am wondering if I’m the last person on earth...

Chilling with Fayettechill: Interview with Mo Elliott

Mo Elliott, The founder of a Fayetteville, AR based outdoor apparel brand cleverly named Fayettechill, chatted with us about his growing company and the plans he has for the future. Here is what he had to say: Josh Campbell:  What gave...

Outdoor Retailer Summer Market Preview

  Next week, the Gearographer staff will be headed to the world’s biggest toy showcase for outdoorsy grow-ups. That place is none other than Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. We couldn’t hold in our anticipation of all the shiny new gear...