Neil Provoposted an image about Goal Zero Rock Out 2 Wireless Speaker on July 17, 2017
keep the boat ROCKIN"!
I was born and raised in New Hartford Connecticut, and moved out to Utah in 2000. Always have had a passion for the outdoors in many ways. So many different ways to enjoy it! My favorite things to do in the backcountry is snowboard and fly fish!
For recent photos and video of my excursions, check out- www.neilprovo.com ...Keep Shreddin'!
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keep the boat ROCKIN"!
Really nice to have tunes out on the water
The OR maximus jacket will keep you dry when a wet storm sets in for the long haul. The fabric is super waterproof, and dries off very quick after an outing in the elements. If you're looking for a shell for skiing/snowboarding, this is a good choice. Perfect pocket placement, and I love the TorsoFlo venting, next level!
This GZ solar panel is incredibly light. It is perfect for charging up small electronics like iphones, ipads, goal zero battery packs, or just about anything with a USB input!
Hiking in the mountains takes a lot of energy. These meal bars keep you going all day long. I always stash a few in my pack.
The protection and ease of use that you get from an over the cuff style glove is hard to beat. jam your hand in, cinch the cord and your ready to roll. Gore-tex insert ensures your digits stay dry all day long. Great for fiddling around with spitboards
This is an awesome shell for skiing and snowboarding, along with just about every other activity you can enjoy on a mountain. It is super lightweight, very waterproof and breaths great. Perfecto!
Sorels are my favorite footwear for Pow Surfing. Great board feel, warm, grippy, waterproof. Who needs bindings when you've got fresh pow!
The guide 10 plus is a great little device, letting you charge AAA and AA batteries, and also charge any usb powered device. Pair it with a small solar panel and you're rockin' for days! It is probably one of the most versatile products that goal zero makes.
Keep your essentials dry, no matter where your adventures take them
Chromapop makes everything POP! it really does increase contrast and make the slightest details on a slope easier to see.
My girlfriend keeps the aspire jacket in her pack at all times, for when those unsuspecting clouds in the distance decide to head our way and let loose. Good insurance!
This is an excellent shelter for the weight conscious folks out there. The cuben fiber is super durable, hydrophobic and will not absorb any water. The quality of the HMG products is unreal, all handmade in the US.
I love using this tarp for quick overnighters, as well as extended trips where weight and space in the pack are at a premium.
HMG packs are incredibly lightweight and durable. I've never had a pack stand up to so much abuse. The 2400 series is the perfect size for skiing/snowboarding/backpacking/hiking/bikepacking/you name it. The most versatile backpacks i have ever used!
I really enjoy this sleeping bag. It is incredibly lightweight and smashes down into the size of a loaf of bread. Super nice for when you are trying to keep your pack weight down. I'd say the temp rating is pretty accurate. I always hike with a light puffy coat, and usually sleep with that on in the high country which adds a bit of warmth. Prepare to layer up if the temps drop below 30.
Glacier snacks are essential, whether the calories be burned by shoveling out the tent, or shredding laps. These meal bars are loaded with energy!
A good frying pan, for camping, is tough to find. Especially in this size. It is light enough to bring backpacking when cooking for large groups and great for things like car camping. The non-stick capabilities are no joke!
Charge your Phone, Ipod, Speaker, and Camera's so you never miss that moment. These things work amazingly well, and the price is hard to beat...