Sage’s Summer Gear

Sage’s Summer Gear

music Music Music and hi welcome and eight quake and I mean it take you packing for you make said this summer I’m going to go hike the Bigfoot Trail in Northern California. A four hundred miles so go ahead and start my stuff that I where alright after p and work my way up […]

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A Failed Sleeping Pad? Big Agnes AXL AIR INSULATED Review

A Failed Sleeping Pad? Big Agnes AXL AIR INSULATED Review

And let’s have that one magically appear as well What we’re looking at is the Big Agnes AXL air Insulated this is the 25 inch by 72 inch pad, they have several different options But the reason we’re talking about this today is because I got this as a replacement back in April of 2018 […]

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HUCKEPACKS PACKL Introduction

HUCKEPACKS PACKL Introduction

Yeah Mateusz, here we have the two Lighthiker, ähem, PACKL backpacks, can you tell us a bit more about them? So yes, as already mentioned, we start with a small assortment. We always have of each product a standard variant in DXG, Dyneema X Gridstop, and a lite variant in cuben fiber hybrid, which is […]

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Katabatic gear bristlecone bivvy bag review. (ultralight bivy)

Katabatic gear bristlecone bivvy bag review. (ultralight bivy)

I hope and welcome to Impala on trial I’m impala and in this episode i’m reviewing the katabatic gear Bristlecone bivy in this episode I’m gonna be covering the specs pros cons and summarize the specs I’ve used this bivy for about 1,500 miles i’ve cowboyed in it four times and the rest of the […]

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Tensor Alpine Insulated Ultralight Sleeping Pad | Nemo Equipment

Tensor Alpine Insulated Ultralight Sleeping Pad | Nemo Equipment

Nemo Tensor alpine 4 season sleeping pad that’s what we’re going to talk about today, and sleeping pads in general. we’re going to do a comparison of this pad, a 4 season brand new offering from Nemo that I am so excited to share with you guys! It showed up on my door step yesterday […]

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How To Choose A Sleeping Pad

How To Choose A Sleeping Pad

Hello my friends, John here, and today we’re going to be talking about sleeping pads; perhaps one of the most important, yet least discussed pieces of gear. They serve two primary functions. One, they provide the cushioning that allows you to get a good comfortable night’s sleep, and two, they keep you warm by insulating […]

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What Is Lightweight Backpacking? | Lightweight Backpacking Series

What Is Lightweight Backpacking? | Lightweight Backpacking Series

Let me ask you a serious question Why did you start backpacking what got you into it? What was the motivation for you to load up all your gear? Put a pack on your back and go walk. Why Yeah, I’m really hoping that your answer was not because I wanted to See how little […]

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HYPERLITE Backpack & Pack Pod | 1,000 Mile Review

HYPERLITE Backpack & Pack Pod | 1,000 Mile Review

I wanted to give you guys a review on the Hyperlite Southwest backpack here and Hyperlites pack pod. One of these pieces of gear I would highly recommend and the other one I would never buy again. I’ve had my Hyperlite backpack here and my pack pod for about a year & a half. I’ve […]

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Spring Backpacking the Ganaraska Hiking Trail, part 2

Spring Backpacking the Ganaraska Hiking Trail, part 2

I just made it to victoria lake, its pretty windy and wavy as you can see. So supposedly this section of the trail is called, well… they say its extremely rugged and non-maintained. Definitely not maintained as well as the rest of it and uh its pretty rugged compared to the rest of the trail […]

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Ultralight backpacking gear for the wainwright loop (3.46kg)

Ultralight backpacking gear for the wainwright loop (3.46kg)

eyup and welcome to Impala on trial I’m Impala and in this video I’m gonna be talking about my continuous Wainwright loop and the gear I used to accomplish it it’s 325 miles long it’s 214 summits in Lake District and it’s got one hundred and twenty-two thousand feet of ascent so it’s a bit […]

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