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BioLite HeadLamp Rechargeable

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Protecting gear in an outdoor storage trunk

I am not sure if this is the best place to ask this question- but I figured the kind folks here would have some insight. I live in a small apartment and have to keep a lot of my gear outside on my balcony in a Plano heavy duty storage trunk. It holds my camelbak bag, gloves, some hiking equipment (no electronics), and boxing gear. By keeping it outdoors will it degrade my gear Will putting a towel inside help Thank you! :) submitted by /u/Phildabeast16 [link] [comments]...


Surfboards made from plants and old recycled surfboards (TOFINO, BC, CANADA)

​ This Canadian surf company is making an entire line of ECOBOARDS - surfboards made from plant-based resin and recycled foam from old surfboards that would have otherwise wound up in a landfill. submitted by /u/katcraats [link] [comments]...


Tent tie down tensioners

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Battle of the Brands: Patagonia vs. Outerknown

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Review- Teva Sirra Women's sandals

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SKU-89005manccc13zz-madshus-cross-country-skis Madshus Nanosonic Carbon Classic Cold XC Skis from Altrec  sku

Madshus Nanosonic Carbon Classic Cold XC Skis - 89005manccc13zz-madshus-cross-country-skis by Madshus

Item description: This Hiking Cross Country Skis product is by Madshus - Sharing some of the same World Cup characteristics as its Redline cousins, the Madshus Champion Nordic Ski Series delivers lightweight performance in all race-day conditions. When you need optimal kick and glide in a variety of conditions, choose the Nanosonic Carbon Classic Cold Ski. With a universal camber profile, Madshus Speed Tip, and P190 Nano Universal base, this cross-country race ski delivers consistent glide and performance. Length: 180-210cm/5 Sidecut: 44-42-44mm Weight: 1000gr Camber: Classic Low/Madshus Speed Tip Core: PR 100X & Triaxial Carbon Construction Base: P190 Nano... Learn More

Manufacturer: Madshus

Keywords: Cross Country Skis

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