Snowshoe Hard, Breathe Easy! RZMask Up to Task

Snowshoe Magazine revels in introducing popular products to the wacky world of snowshoe fun. RZMask, a cold weather “Breathe Safe” covering for the nose and mouth, stresses uses for snowboarding, skiing, hockey, camping and snowmobiling. Snowshoe sports fit right … Continue reading

Gear (P)review: Hillsound Trail Crampon Ultra

A more rugged alternative to Yaktrax for runners and casual users, and a direct competitor to MICROspikes for hikers and trekking.

Moji 360 and Moji 360 Mini: To Feel Good or Dig Deep is the Question?

What’s the next best thing to having a personal masseuse? My answer would be having your own massaging tools. But the tricky part is figuring out which massage tools to buy. So consulting a review such as this is a Continue reading

Platypus SoftBottle – More Than Just a Cute Name

A water bottle that I can throw in my bag and not worry about it leaking everywhere…is that even possible? A water bottle that literally rolls into a ball and can fit into the pocket of my coat? When I … Continue reading

Gear (P)review: Hillsound Armadillo LT Gaiter

Affordable winter and mud season gaiters that touch all the bases.

Gear (P)review: FITS Socks, Expedition Weight

FITS Ultra Heavy Expedition Rugged Boot Socks deliver merino warmth and moisture management courtesy of made in America workmanship.

Eagle Creek’s Cubes Make Snowshoeing More Hassle-Free

When we venture away from our desk jobs, household chores, and TV and PC screens to enter our favorite white blanketed spaces, we renew our bodies and our sense of beauty, freedom, adventure, independence, and peace of mind. Each time, … Continue reading

Gear Review: Braven BRV-BANK Battery

Call me old-fashioned, but I’m not a fan of electronics in the outdoors.

Sure, I understand the safety reasons for carrying a cell phone in the backcountry. And I’ve been known to play around with GPS from time to time. … Continue reading

Gear Review: Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight & Watertight First Aid Kits

It should go without saying that a well-stocked first aid kit is an absolute must for every trip into the backcountry. Winter or summer, you can never be sure what will happen out there, and the mantra of every outdoor … Continue reading

Gear (P)review: Buff Balaclava in Merino Wool and Microfiber

Lightweight natural and synthetic fabrics provide moisture wicking comfort while helping keep windburn at bay.

Gear Review: Helly Hansen – Dry Charger Windblock 1/2 Zip Shirt, Charger Windblock Tights and a Challenger Jacket

You know you’re on to a good product line when you go and purchase more after testing some free stuff.

That was the case when I had the chance to try out some Helly Hansen items over the last six … Continue reading

Gear Review: Coghlan’s Fire Disc

If you’re like me, someone who appreciates a fire but isn’t exactly a firebug when it comes to starting them, you’re likely to enjoy the Coghlan‘s Fire Disc.

It’s a cunning little bit of wizardry that combines sawdust and … Continue reading