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Advanced Search Now Available – Search for Outdoor Gear Reviews

Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 - outdoor gear search reviews articles

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Here are some useful searches for the coming spring and summer season (click links):

  1. Rain Jacket
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  3. Camping Tent

Methods For Keeping Weight Down For Long-Distance Backpacking / Hiking

Saturday, February 27th, 2010

Reduce weight of backpack content go ultralight

Going backpacking or camping by shaving as much weight (ultralight) as possible off your backpack might sound quite hardcore, but veteran hikers and backpackers know that the lighter weight of not carrying so much stuff is worth it and easier once you get the knack of it.

Finger / Toe Nail Injury In The Outdoor Woods – What To Do

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Injured nail first aid what to do

If you somehow rip your toe or finger nail off partially when you are outdoors camping, or on a long hike what should you do? Should you leave it in place or rip it the rest of the nail off?

The Science Of Mountaineering – Documentary Video

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

Science of Mountaineering documentaryMountaineering is no easy task and to tackle the mountain you first must be trained how to do it. In this documentary “The Science of Mountaineering” there will be lots of useful information to get you started, if mountaineering is something that you have always been interested in doing.

Buying And Maintenance Tips For Weekend Backpacks

Sunday, June 21st, 2009

How to buy and maintain a weekend backpack

Buying Tips
Cordura is the most durable pack fabric, but it is also the most heaviest and most water absorbent. Nylon is lighter, sheds snow and repel water better, but is less durable.

Time For A Rest While Hiking / Backpacking – Do The Sherpa Rest

Tuesday, April 28th, 2009

Sherpa carrying heavy loadThe Sherpa Rest

You waste a lot of energy hoisting a heavy pack after every trailside rest break. Instead, try the “sherpa rest,” used by generations of Himalayan and Andean porters. When your shoulders are ready for a break, look for a log or flat-top boulder slightly higher than your waist.

Camping Tents Buying And Maintenance Tips

Saturday, April 25th, 2009

Camping Tent in store

Buying Tips

Keeping On Track When Running Outdoors Using GPS Technology

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

TIMEX gps heart rate monitor pedometer deviceThere was a time when you had to stick to a treadmill to accurately track your level of physical activity-how far you’d walked or run, how many calories you’d burned and how hard you’d worked. But these days there’s a wide range of equipment to help you get the right workout outdoors.

Preventing Annoying Nature Calls In The Middle Of The Night While Camping

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

High carb snack to prevent urge to pee when coldNothing is more annoying or colder than digging out of your warm cocoon to answer nature’s call. To prevent unwanted midnight forays, simply stick a high-carbohydrate, high fat bite size snack like a Snickers bar between your chattering teeth.

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