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  • Insulated Tumbler Test | 2017

    Insulated Tumbler Test | 2017

    Insulated pints/tumblers are currently one of the top buys in the outdoor community, and for good reason. They usually come with a leak-resistant top so they’re great for on the go or around the campfire. Most versions are rated to hold the heat (or cold) for many, many, hours.

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  • This is Phoenix, An All-In-One Solar Generator From Renogy

    This is Phoenix, An All-In-One Solar Generator From Renogy

    We've seen solar panels, battery packs, and kits in all shapes, sizes, and prices. Usually the completly contained units are not large enough to power more than your phone, or they're too cumbersome to truly be considered 'portable'.

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  • ​ 20,000ft Over Lake Tahoe

    ​ 20,000ft Over Lake Tahoe

    ​As an Explorer of all things cold & steep, skiing & riding Lake Tahoe has always been high on my bucket list.Last week the Williams family got to check that one off at Heavenly Mountain Resort.

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We know you love Survival Life to get your fix of prepper-survival-zombie apocolypse content. We really like this DIY video showing how to build your own blow dart gun...with a LASER!

The guys over at Expedition Portal recently published their long-term test of the Big Agnes Hog Park sleeping bag.

Ready for an awesome adventure in Colorado this fall? OutThereColorado.com put together an excellent list of the 20 HIghest Roads in the Centennial State.

Our favorites? Dirt of course...

Webster Pass, summit elevation: 12,140 ft.
Stony Pass, summit elevation: 12,650 ft.
Imogene Pass, summit elevation: 13,117 ft.
Mosquito Pass, summit elevation: 13,186 ft.

Read the full list on their site.

This excellent article from the Winter 2016 issue of Toyota Cruisers & Trucks Magazine will get you ready for a little snow exploring this winter.

Major points include easy ways to get started, where to go, and tips to stay safe while on your adventure.

Read the full article on TCT Magazine's site!

Beau Johnston from Living Overland spent a little time with the Tamron 15-30mm lense. While many of us prefer to use Prime lenses from our preferred camera vendor when possible, the reality is this: wallets eventually run out of cash. 

Thankfully, there are other less expensive options that still provide a suitable level of performance. Beau goes over everything from construction to performance this very detailed review.

Read the full article on Living Overland.com

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