Gear

Gear Storage 202

Gear Storage 202 words and photos by Molly Steere Donni and Adam Vognild -- outdoor freaks or neat freaks This article was originally written in 2008. I constantly hear “you should talk to so-... Read More...

Best Canoeing Accessories – Part 2

by Andy Dappen We were a week into our canoe trip down the Gataga River, a wilderness river in British Columbia, when I popped a “guy” question capable of spurring hours of discussion--what were their ... Read More...

Field Repairs 202

Field Repairs 202 by Andy Dappen When it comes to keeping your outdoor equipment in good repair, I've sang the praises of Seam Grip many times. With this viscous liquid that flows from a tube-like cold honey ... Read More...

Love of Tarps 2

  Pitched as an A-frame, the Hilleberg 10UL Tarp sleeps four yet weighs 1.5 pounds. by Andy Dappen In 2008 when I wrote the Love of Tarps article, I lied. In that article, I said that Love of Tarps 2... Read More...

Ten Uses for the ‘Strap’

  Ten Uses for ‘The Strap’ by Andy Dappen How many outdoor products do you own that deliver ten or more practical field uses? Less than a handful I would wager. Obviously, there’s duct tape. And,... Read More...

Canister Stove Tricks

I’ve taken several multi-day trips this spring and summer with a Jetboil Stove, which like many lightweight stoves runs off canisters filled with a blended isopro fuel, and each time I pack I'm faced with the n... Read More...

Trial by Fire

Trial by Fire by Andy Dappen When my house nearly burned during the wildfires of 2015, crisis taught me a lot about the outdoor products I valued most. As the fire approached, my wife and I grabbed our mos... Read More...

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