I'm somewhat of a novice cyclist and this is actually my first non-stock saddle so I can't really get too technical. All I can say is that my derriere thanks me for making the upgrade. And by "thanks" I mean it doesn't scream at me after (or during) my typical 5-10 mile ride. Looks pretty slick on my bike, too.
This was my 8-year-old niece's dinner one night out in the Uintas, after hiking in a few miles to camp. For a somewhat picky eater, she crushed it with no complaints. I'll take that as a big sign of approval.
Nothing better than a satisfying meal after a day of tromping through the forest. This one certainly did the trick!
Easy, tasty breakfast with a good amount of protein/calories to start a day of activities out in the wild.
Grabbed these for my 8-year-old niece for our recent (and her first ever) backpacking trip. Definitely kept her content after a couple hours of trudging through the woods. She was stoked on the polar bear theme, too.
Picked these up for my brother for a recent backpacking trip and he said they tasted pretty awesome and would buy again.
Another one I grabbed for my brother on our recent backpacking trip. He didn't know what Pad Siew was before trying this and said it was really good. And now he wants to try the real thing the next time he's at a Thai restaurant.
This was my 8-year-old niece's breakfast one morning during our recent (and her first) backpacking trip. She loved it.
Not much to say other than this tasted great and really hit the spot at the end of a long day trudging through the forest.
Picked this one up for my brother for a Uintas trip we did recently. Said it's one of the best packaged camp meals he's tried so far.
This one was pretty tasty and hit the spot after a long hike.
First off, I'll admit I didn't have a skillet when I tried this so I wasn't able to prepare it as instructed so it turned a little weird, consistency-wise. Flavor-wise, it seemed a little bland to me. Good thing I had some salt, pepper, and a Cholula packet. It was filling and got me through the morning hike. Don't think I'll buy this one again unless I know I'll have a skillet to fry/scramble it up.