Hiking or work boots have to be right for your particular situation, for example, for the type of hiking you do or your job. The last thing you want to have to deal with is hurting feet because your boots don’t fit right.
Have you ever been to a hotel where they serve a continental “free” breakfast in the mornings? What were the eggs like?
If your experience was like that of many other travelers, those eggs tasted bad, and the texture was worse: more like runny, floppy eggs than anything resembling real eggs.
A nice run doesn’t need to be interrupted by a dog who thinks you’re something to chase and chew on. All jokes aside, it’s important that you keep yourself safe while you run from dogs who can potentially harm you.
Even if you’re not a runner, but you’re out on your bike or walking a lot, dogs can make a nice outing difficult.
Purchasing some sort of dog deterrent or dog repellent is a good idea for meter readers, mail delivery workers, or others who regularly work outside where dogs are likely to be.
After dropping a lot of money on a pair of boots, you expect them to last a while. Even when you’ve had them for several years and walked dozens of miles in them, you want them to last just a bit longer.
Shoe repair glue can be just what you need to give your boots a bit longer of a life. This type of glue provides adhesion and flexibility to effectively repair your boots so you can wear them longer.
Choosing which one you want can be a bit daunting since there are so many types on the market.
You can save yourself some money by not going to the cobbler and paying to have your shoes repaired. You’ll also save time by not having to bring your boots there or to pick them up. The best part is not having to buy new boots since you can fix them yourself.
Here, we go through some of the different glues available to you so you can make the right choice to repair your boots.
Toting around a bunch of cookware and a cooking stove when you’re going hiking is not something you want to do. Backpacking equals lightweight and easy-to carry.
If you’re going to be camping in one location for a while and don’t have to hike very far to get to your location, on the other hand, it makes sense to bring in all of the extra equipment necessary to cook some great hot meals.
But when you’re on the move and walking for long distances over a period of several days, MREs, or Meals Ready to Eat, are the way to go.
You have a number of options to get ready for your next backpacking trip, so we’re going to lay out what a few of them are and explore their pros and cons.
For all the backpacking enthusiasts, there can’t be enough lightweight tips. So here we are with another one. Today we target an important issue regarding travel precautions, which is protection against rain.
When you are packing light, you can compromise on lots of things but you don’t want to be dripping wet in the rain.
They are specifically made from water repelling material and are supposed to be lightweight. However, we discuss which one is your best option by comparing the two.
When it comes to awesome outdoor packs, Osprey backpacks are always an excellent choice.
My Osprey pack is an indispensable part of every trip, from urban jet-setting to international moves to long stays in the great outdoors!
However, there are so many different Osprey options that it can be hard to choose.
Are you in the market for a new tent? Please don’t waste $100 on a cheap tent that won’t last you more than a few nights!
If you enjoy getting out and exploring the great outdoors, it’s worth it to invest in a high-quality option for one of your most important pieces of gear: your tent.
Do you know what I hate about camping? Other than mosquitos? I hate trying to use my regular old kitchen pots and pans on an open fire.
My most recent attempt at this ended with the poor pot being totally scalded and trashed by the end of the trip. But good news… you don’t have to take your everyday stuff into the forest next time you go backpacking.
Pair them with a micro stove and you have the perfect outdoor micro kitchen.
So what’s the difference between these two products? Keep reading to find out which one best fits your needs.
One of the best brands for mountaineering backpacks is Osprey. The company is well-known for the quality and variety of their products. Sometimes though, there’s such a thing as too much variety.