The Wolf Pack is my go to breakfast that I take with me on basically every overnight trip these days. Easy to eat on the move and with a screw cap that means you don't have to slam it down all at once. It's got 100% natural ingredients and is calorie dense at roughly 73g/oz (including packaging). It's also really tasty. Like, really really tasty. Honestly tastes better that any homemade oatmeal I've ever had, and certainly better than anything I've made for breakfast camping. I have to stop myself from eati...
Brought my Felines up to the Uintas for some fastpacking last weekend. Though I only put in about 17 miles, the trail involved scrambling over deadfall, a handful of stream crossings, and lots of trudging through marshes. These shoes absolutely killed the wet and variable terrain, gripping reliably on mud or dusty eroded riverbanks, but the best part was how the shoe dries and drains. Were I in another shoe, or god-forbid a GoreTex hiking boot, I likely would have finished my trip with trench foot. Instead,...
About as straight-to-the-point as a running short can get. The 8in inseam is nice if you're doing something before or after your run and you don't want to be blasting your thighs wherever you go, or just for a lower-intensity run on a colder morning. The boxer-brief liner removes sweat actively but is otherwise almost unnoticeable. As a whole the shorts are incredibly lightweight, I primarily use them for UL backpacking and whether they are in my pack or on my legs I can't feel the weight if I try. These sh...