Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket 2020 – Extremely Packable and Dependable

Patagonia Nano Puff

Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket 2020 – Extremely Packable and Dependable The Patagonia Nano Puff jacket $199 has been a solid choice for packable synthetic insulation for a lot of activities. The 2020 version has a few updates. It checks the box on a lot of important categories and looks good too. Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket – Generally Awesome The Patagonia

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Insta360 One R Camera Review – A Snowboarder’s Take on How To Use This Awesome New 360 Camera

Insta360 One R Camera Review

Insta360 One R Camera Review – A Snowboarder’s Take on How To Use This Awesome New 360 Camera The new Insta360 One R Camera is a revolutionary system. It can shoot 360 videos as well as 4K. Here, I show you how I used it for snowboarding and mountains. Insta360 One Cameras Insta360 has made some very easy to use

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Spark R&D Pro Surge Splitboard Bindings – Lighter and Stronger!

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  Spark R&D Pro Surge Splitboard Bindings – Lighter and Stronger! The Spark R&D team examined the already solid Surge and Arc splitboard bindings to see how they could improve them.  From a higher grade metal frame and aluminum hardware to the carbon infused high back and lighter pillow staps.  The Spark R&D Pro Bindings are really incredible. The Pro line up

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Karakoram Prime X Carbon Splitboard Bindings – The Peak of Touring

Karakoram Prime X Carbon

The Karakoram Prime splitboard bindings are some of the best performing splitboard bindings.  Add a carbon highback and you have a highly responsive and light set up. Throw in some awesome graphics from RP Roberts and you have splitboarding art! Prime X Carbon – the Peak of the Karakoram collection I have always been a fan of Karakoram.  The Split 30

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Patagonia Stretch Nano Storm vs Nano-Air – Which is the Best for You?

Patagonia Stretch Nano Storm winter camping Engearment

Patagonia Stretch Nano Storm vs Nano-Air Patagonia Nano Storm vs Nano-Air, which is the best jacket for you? Both are legit active insulation layers. But one has a WPB shell and is made to handle snow. Patagonia Nano Storm vs Nano-Air Comparison  Both jackets feature 60 grams of active insulation.  In the Nano Storm, it is the Full Range insulation.

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Kari Traa baselayer

Kari Traa Rose Hood

Kari Traa baselayer Kate Agathon Kari Traa baselayers are everywhere.   Falling somewhere between performance wear for outdoor activities, and mountain chic athleisure, Kari Traa baselayers appeal to women of all ages. I was first introduced to the brand at Outdoor Retailer. Afterwards, I began to notice the cozy knit apparel displayed in shops at Copper Mountain, Devil’s Thumb Ranch,

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Patagonia Peak Mission Gloves -Lightweight gloves with pull-over wind-proof mitten shells

Patagonia Peak Mission Gloves.

Patagonia Peak Mission Gloves Lightweight gloves with pull-over wind-proof mitten shells   Drew Thayer The Patagonia Peak Mission Gloves $79 are a great little running glove! I first saw this concept in skimo gloves, and I’m glad to have a pair in a light running weight. The nylon windproof and water-resistant mitten shells are paper-thin, but add a surprising amount

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Engearment Podcast Cody Jarrett SFGII – Expedition Strength – New Father, Bikepacker and teacher

Cody Jarrett SFGII Expedition Strength Engearment Podcast

  Engearment Podcast Cody Jarrett SFGII – Expedition Strength – New Father, Bikepacker and teacher https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-zn5k5-f7f7b6 Engearment Podcast Cody Jarrett SFGII – Expedition Strength Cody Jarrett is a StrongFirst certified SFGII kettlebell coach, new father (as of 3 weeks ago!) bike packer, outdoor lover, and teacher. He has a fun story of how he became a coach, what he likes

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