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Kuhl Destroyr Pants Review – Great Lightweight Stretchy Pants

Kuhl Destroyr Pants

Kuhl Destroyr Pants – Great Lightweight Stretchy Pants The Kuhl Destroyr Pants $129 are a great 4 season softshell pant for active people. We go over the Kuhl Destroyr vs Klash and other features of these stretchy pants. Kuhl Destroyr Pants Review I have been using Kuhl brand pants and shorts for years.  We have detailed reviews up on the

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Patagonia Nano-Air Face Mask – The Best Breathable Face Mask

Patagonia Nano-Air Face Mask

Patagonia Nano-Air Face Mask – The Best Breathable Face Mask The Patagonia Nano-Air Face Mask $15 is the most comfortable and breathable face mask we have tested. It is made of left over material form our favorite Nano-Air jackets and has been my go-to face mask for high output activities. Patagonia Nano-Air Face Mask The Patagonia Nano-Air Face Mask $15

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Bolle Nevada Neo Phantom+ Goggles – Category 1-3 Optical Greatness

Bolle Nevada Neo Phantom+ Goggles Engearment

Bolle Nevada Neo Phantom+ Goggles – Category 1-3 Optical Greatness The new Bolle Nevada Neo Phantom+ Goggles feature a photochromic lens that will adapt to any conditions. Partially polarized lens also assure better clarity. These features really help in variable conditions from flat light to bright alpine days. Phantom + Technology I sat down (well Zoomed actually LOL) with Bolle

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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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