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The Vaude Brenta 25 - a woman's perspective!

Reviewed by Olivia Abbott

I’m a bit awkward when it comes to rucksacks – I hate carrying anything too big and heavy and I like lots of easily-reachable external pockets, which most bigger bags don’t seem to have. 493 more words

Walking

Mission by Mathews Introduces 4 New Bow Models

From Mission:

Through non-stop innovation, Mathews® continues to advance its value-driven Mission® bow line that simply put, outperform their price. Mission®’s award-winning value has been hailed by industry professionals and an ever-expanding legion of happy customers. 382 more words

Bowhunting

April Float with Harrison Anglers

Central MA Stocked Bow

Had a great day on the water floating with Dan Harrison of Harrison Anglers. Full report up on the Gin Clear Blogspot.

Fly Fishing

Sigma: The Best Gear You Can Afford

Well, that title ought to cause some controversy. Time to get mad!

Just kidding. :D What I really mean by this post’s headline is that there’s an old saying among photographers: “Get the best gear you can afford.” In other words, whether buying or renting, you really owe it to your clients and yourself to get the best gear you can afford at the time. 254 more words

Lens

Bikepacking Israel event: References, resources, routes

Join us Saturday night in Kfar Sirkin, Israel for an evening celebrating the simple pleasure of traveling by bicycle.  We’ve been in the country for three months, most often on or near the HLC track, joining weekend training missions to prepare for the HLC, touring the HLC, sharing the HLC with our friend Christina from Alaska (above), racing the HLC, and in my case, chasing HLC racers with my camera.   701 more words

Review: Burley MyKick Balance Bike

I grew up learning how to bike by using a tricycle, and then a bike with training wheels. I vividly remember the moment I first felt what it was like to balance on two wheels, on my own.  338 more words

Outdoors