Category Archives for "Outdoor Gear"

Time To Check Out The Best Rated Survival Watch Reviews Available in 2019

Anyone who’s serious about outdoor adventuring and survival skills should have a survival watch.

Some activities it’s just stupid to undertake without one with you. You put yourself at unnecessary risk that is easily avoidable by having one of these on your wrist.

But how to choose the best outdoor survival watch?

First, think about what activities you’re going to use it for, then look at what each one can do.

The amount of stuff these can measure these days is incredible. From route mapping and measuring your heart rate to when the sun will set and the current moon phase, they really can do it all.

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Kayak or Canoe? Safety, Weight And Other Features -Buyers Guide

As a kid, I used to sit on the banks of my hometown river and watch the members of our local sailing club training for their competitions. Their moves were gracious and they floated with an incredible speed. There was the kayak vs canoe friendly rivalry. All practitioners praised the qualities of their boats.

After my 12th birthday, I took up paddling. I needed time to find the perfect vessel for me and learn about the others. Despite these, I became addicted to the peace of mind which resulted from the hours spend on the river. You can hardly identify a cure once bitten by the bug.

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Kayaks You Should Check Out

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The Warmest Socks for Winter Sports [Hunting, Skiing, And More]

For many outdoor enthusiasts, as soon as the days begin to shorten and the trees lose their leaves as signs of the oncoming of winter, the amount of time they spend enjoying the Great Outdoors begins to decrease. Subsequently, “outdoors withdrawal syndrome” ensues. Though medical professionals have not identified this rare condition yet, I can tell you from personal experience that it certainly does exist. For people, like me, who love to be outside, the worst part of the year are the cold months of winter when the weather forces me to spend more time inside than I can stand. In an attempt to overcome my own outdoors withdrawal syndrome, I recently began an effort to find the absolutely best winter gear that would allow me to brave the elements and spend as much time as possible outdoors.

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After purchasing a subzero-sleeping bag, a tent built for Himalayan explorers, and a pair of winter boots that could withstand a trek across Antarctica, something was still missing to give me the feel of absolute protection from the cold. Finding a quality pair of thermal socks that can protect feet from the cold and the wetness of winter is an often overlooked, yet absolutely essential piece of gear for outdoors enthusiasts looking to spend time outdoors outside. Cold feet can ruin much more than a wedding, and for people wanting to stay comfortable outdoors in the cold, we have reviewed the best thermal socks on the market today.

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Top Rated Electric Socks -The Best For Winter Hiking And Camping

I hate having cold feet. In fact, I’d say that suffering from cold feet is about as miserable as going to the dentist to get a root canal and not having the anesthesia kick in the way it should. The problem, unfortunately, is that I love to be outside, and where I live, for at least half the year, it’s cold, bitterly cold, the type of cold where your toes go numb before eventually turning that strange bluish purple color.

I tried purchasing virtually every type of wool sock on the market. While they certainly felt nice and comfortable inside, after a couple of hours of hiking through knee-deep snow, I was cursing the sheep whose wool must have been of inferior quality. I even considered learning how to sheer my own sheep, spin my own wool, and weave my own socks so that I could make a pair as thick a parka. Perhaps it’s due to poor circulation or the fact that I can stand to be indoors for more than a couple of hours, but the only part of being outdoors in the Fall and Winter that I can’t stand, is cold feet. Continue reading