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Cameron Langley

Cameron Langley

Great Smoky Mountains, Joyce Kilmer Forest, Blue Ridge Mountains

Cameron Langley's Passions

Hiking & Camping
Running
Climbing

Cameron Langley's Bio

I Love the outdoors. I spend most of my time in the outdoors in the great smoky mountain national park. I mostly hike and backpack. Occasiaonaly trail run. Want some extra gear advice? email me at GSMcam@gmail.com

Cameron Langley

Cameron Langley wrote a review of on May 26, 2009

5 5

These are my only Mountain Khaki pants I own and I love them. They are great for the mountains or for occasions when more formal attire is required. I have worn these with a button down shirt and they go great. the extra pocket is a nice touch. These hold up great and are extremely tough material and thread. Get these pants.

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Cameron Langley wrote a review of on May 26, 2009

5 5

Nalgene water bottles have been classics in the outdoor industry for years and always will be. Even with new innovative stuff like the Platypus water bottles (which are nice) the Nalgene bottles are still a hit. Virtually indestructible, you can do many things with them. You can eat your freeze dries meal in it and can put boiling water in it without the fear of it melting. If its cold you can boil water and tuck it in your sleeping bag with you. If you are new to the outdoors or just dont have one of these bottles I suggest getting one. You won't regret it.

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Cameron Langley wrote a review of on May 26, 2009

5 5

Wow where do I start. This hammock rocks. Whether your an ultra-light backpacker or just want to chill in the backcountry or your backyard you need this ENO hammock. I bring mine on every backpacking trip even if im bringing my tent along. It is so comfortable, lightweight, and easy set up. I started with auto straps for setting it up but I bought some BlueWater climbing webbing because it was sturdier and less weight. I love this hammock!

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Cameron Langley wrote a review of on May 26, 2009

4 5

I love the look of these shoes with them being trail runners. They have a great look and cut but after my first short overnighter with these the Montrail logo on each side of the shoe started to wear off. So on one side it says M il, and the other side Montr il. I know the logo doesn't effect its performance but I would think the logo should stay on, even when used in the backcountry.

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