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We are reviewing two options for backwoods travel by snowshoe; this one is the Atlas 1235 Snowshoes. Atlas is a big name when it comes to snowshoes. They produce a wide number of models and sizes for all needs!
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For most of my life our family has used Stanley products. One of the oldest memories I have is of my father going off to work with his lunch and Stanley thermos. I like to use mine in the fall and winter for hot drinks, hunting and camping or even on a long hike; it's great when it's cold out to have something warm and chocolaty to drink!Add a comment
When it comes to a folder I prefer a heavy one... I know a lot of guys don't, but to me a heavy folder feels like you really have something substantial that's not a toy! Now that's not to say that a light folder isn't great; in fact one I really like, is the SOG Aegis, it's light and great quality. But if I had my pick I would prefer a heavier model like the ZT-301 or in this case the new GERBER Manual Combat Folder.Add a comment
When I first started mountain biking, at the high point I was biking nearly 80 miles a week. One of the things I found which wasn't a big deal but it was a pain, was having to pull the water bladder out of my pack and fill it up all the time. One day in uptown Calgary I had just bought a 2L bottle of water and wanted to fill my pack, and it came to me, why they don't just make an adapter that you can screw onto the bottle and attach to the hose of your water bladder system. It never made sense to me to take the whole hydration system out of the pack when you had the hose hanging right there on your shoulder. After all, if you drink water from it why can't you put water back in the same way!Add a comment
I recently reviewed the PAW 2000 and I thought, what a great watch - it has everything and it's both waterproof and solar powered! I pretty much thought it couldn't get any better than this but I was wrong!Add a comment
I've been a big fan of the SOG tomahawk since I first seen them a few years ago, but even thought its great and I really liked the new handle that they made for them, I wanted something that was more orientated to the outdoors and again SOG comes through!Add a comment
Years ago I was looking for an axe that wasn't going to fail; I've had axes split in cold weather and others that you couldn't even put an edge on. So after spending many years dealing with cheap axes from places like Canadian tire I set out to find a high quality one. I will admit I didn't even think that there was good ones out there anymore.Add a comment
It's time to go Heavy Duty! If you're one who needs the very best and don't want to put your life on the line with tools that don't work, you're going to want to pick up a FOX ATC Comanche. The Comanche is the best breaching/tactical axe or tomahawk I have used to date. This Comanche comes in two models, the SRT.FX-ATC01 and the ART.FX-ATC01. They are virtually identical except the ART has a larger handle. We will be reviewing the SRT.Add a comment
I have been looking forward to review one of these knives for a while now I wanted to see if they held up to all the hype. Well after using this knife I have come to only one conclusion and that is its awesome! In fact I would have to say it's in my top 10 of survival knives.
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I have a new pet RAT his name is izula and he may be small but packs a big bite haha. The IZULA from RAT cutlery or ESEE knives as they are called now, is the smallest knife from Randall's adventure and training and like all there knives its one I really like and I am use all the time because the knife is so small with a total length of 6.25 inches you can carry it on your belt or around your neck and take it just about anywhere without anyone even knowing you have it.Add a comment