Avid ultralight backpacker, hiker and sheek tech geek.
Removable tea strainer/ice dam.
Great bottle and great company.
I mean it's a long spoon... and it works great in my jet boil!
Nice inexpensive flask that should hold up against some abuse. Only cons are the lanyard is plastic so don't drop it on it's head and the mouth is narrow for filling.
On it's side next to a bic pen.
Pairs great with my 18 oz Hydro Flask Wide Mouth
Next to standard pint cup.
I prefer stainless steel cups, and when I want to drink something warm and that's where this new vacuum insulated pint cup comes in handy! It's great quality, and has a good weight to it. The price is a little high but it is competitively priced so hard to complain on that point.
I prefer stainless steel cups for a number of reasons. It's great quality and reasonably priced. However sometimes I want to drink something warm and that's where the new vacuum insulated pint cup comes in handy!
Side by side with Vacuum Insulated Pint
The newest entry in my jacket collection. I've worn it almost everyday for the last two weeks. It's warm but on cold days I still throw a shell over this. Overall it's warm and wind resistant in a nice slim fit that looks good.
Note: the backcountry.com logo is reflective.
What else is there to say other than it works with the Katadyn Mybottle and as good as the filter that came with my bottle.
- Sound Great
- Charge lasts for days with heavy use
(8+ hours of contiguous use)
- Comfortable for Extended Use
- Connect to ANY Bluetooth device
- No tangled wires
- Slim and stylish
- Convenient controls
- Constant flashing light annoying in the dark
(get the Black if you find this annoying as it's less prominent on this model)
- No Low level battery indicator
(Only a audible warning 2-3 mins before
power is lost)
- Charge takes 3 hours
- Charger Cable isn't a common cable like a micro usb
- Powering them on and off requires a LONG 6+ second button hold
All that said I have purchased 4 of these, 1 for myself and 3 as gifts. I love these and in spite of it's short comings are hands down the best Bluetooth headsets out there.
I use them to listen to music, audio books and phone calls.
As long as you are hiking along a water source or using this in your hotel it's adequate. However if you plan on sharing it plan on filling it up after you quench your thirst. That said I think it's a better solution while traveling in areas you don't trust the water rather than hiking so that's what I use it for.
Just like the drink (sugar cane rum, sugar and lime) these shoes are just delicious and stylish! My new favorites from casual wear to hiking in Utah, Colorado, Belize, and Honduras even snowshoeing (just wear thicker socks). Also for me these are true to size.
Multi-season use is a big plus, just get different liners. It also looks nice, not bulky and cumbersome like some helmets.
Great watch, very functional. Perfect if you have a small wrist, fits my gf great. It could be a little brighter and still need to figure out how to disable military time.