Travel and Outdoor Gear

Sturdy, comfortable, and lots of pockets.

Perfect hydration daypack with tons of storage.
Added bonus: I can easily attach it to the front of my Kelty.

Best tent for the money... great ventilation.

When everyone else in my Inca Trail group
was cold in the Peruvian Andes, I kept toasty warm.

Ultra-light and compact... great with stuff-sack.

Doesn't give the best five-star comfort, but it's not bad.
It's worth comes in the fact that it stuffs down to
the size of a baseball!

No question - the BEST $80 (incl. $20 straps) I have ever
spent in my entire life. I take it everywhere.

Pound for pound, the best guides around.

Weighs almost nothing, and puts out a nice flame.
Most important: Easy to use.

Seriously lite, this set stacks within itself and
tucks neatly away in a stuff sack.

This mountain bike is a little heavy, but it's actually
pretty good quality for the novice.

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