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Northside USA Footwear Unboxing photos and Giveaway!

Posted 4 months ago

To celebrate Kids to Parks Day , The National Park Trust & Northside USA are teaming up with HikingGeek to give away a pair of boots! To learn more about Northside USA, their philosophy, see some unboxing photos and enter the giveaway, please view: Northside USA Unboxing Photos and Boot G...
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Gear Review: Seek Outside Divide 4500 Ultralight External Frame Backpack


While it's been a goal of mine to reduce my pack weight in general, I usually carry a few electronic items that tend to push my pack weight into territory that's too heavy for most UL packs. These items include a Delorme inReach Explorer, my camera, phone, solar charger and occasionally a trip...
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First Look: Hi-Tec V Lite Flash Force Low I Trail Shoe

Posted 1 year ago

Hi-Tec isn't a brand I've heard other hikers talk about, in person or even online. I had only ever seen Hi-Tec in a handful of stores and with my lack of exposure to the name, I had never really looked at Hi-Tec as a quality brand.  With my experience to date with these shoes though, my perce...
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BabyBjörn Baby Carrier One Outdoors: First Look & Gear Giveaway!


      To date, I think this is the best all around carrier we've owned. It's geared towards outdoorsy parents, but it is very useful whenever you want to keep your hands free, but need to carry your child. It will get just as much use around the house and in town as it wi...
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Gear Review: WoolPRO Merino Wool


Merino wool is an amazing material and has really changed the way I dress and pack for hiking, backpacking and travelling. With their stylish designs and direct-to-customer business model, WooPRO really stands out from the crowd. Here is a link to my review: HikingGeek.com Gear Review - Woo...
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