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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)

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Review- Teva Sirra Women's sandals

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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

I also made a video review if interested. https://www.youtube.com/watchv=Wb9_gjdH3sU I recently bought a pair of Teva Sirra Sandals, and I thought I'd share my thoughts. First off, I love them. Each sandal is over 130 g lighter than the Tirras that they replaced, and they look nicer, dry faster, and get fewer rock stuck in them (thanks to narrower straps). https://i.redd.it/fnsvilytj4e11.jpg So here are the pros: Light (for a sports sandal) Attractive - I can wear them to work (as a teacher...


SKU-8943safscr12zz-sapient-skis Sapient Fate SB Camrock Skis from Altrec  sku

Sapient Fate SB Camrock Skis - 8943safscr12zz-sapient-skis by Sapient

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Sapient - The Sapient Fate SB Camrock Ski offers all mountain performance. Lightweight and forgiving, this is the perfect ski for women looking for their first pair of twin tip skis. With the addition of Camrock, which is a combination of traditional camber and rocker, the SB skis provide the power and control of traditional skis with the catch free benefits of a rocker ski. The raised tip and tail also allows for greater flotation in powder, and movability in the trees. Offering versatility and performance, these ski will hold an edge on the hard pack and blow you away in the powder.Key Features of the Sapient Fate SB Camrock Skis: Cap construction Wood core German made steel edges Full wrapped metal edges Directional Taper Camrock Rocker Length (cm : 143, 153 Effective Edge (cm : 121.5 (143 , 126 (153 Running Length (cm : 112 (143 , 122 (153 Tip/ Tail Width (cm : 101/ 95 (143 , 122/ 112 (153 Waist Width (cm : 7.6 (143 , 9.0 (153 Sidecut (m : 17 (143 , 14 (153 Setback (cm : 3 (143 , 4 (153... Learn More

Manufacturer: Sapient

Keywords: Skis

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