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How to Reproof an Outdoor Jacket with Nikwax Waterproofing.

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North Face Apex Flex GTX in Cold Weather?

I am going to Iceland soon, so it will be upper 40's with strong wind and rain. Does anyone have experience with the North Face Apex Flex GTX shell Does it require much of a mid layer I tried it on in the store and it is much heavier than my current waterproof (not so much wind proof) shell. I was wondering if it even needed a mid layer if it's upper 40's. submitted by /u/DrtyHudini [link] [comments]...


Poncho by Quechua

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Should I replace my 2 y/o Chacos or try to get them repaired? Need them for a trip overseas in a month, donít want them to break while hiking.

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I need recommendations for hiking shoes/boots. Details within...

I'm looking for shoes for hiking and backpacking. I haven't yet decided between boots, hiking shoes, or trail runners. I've been using trail runners for the past 500 miles or so, but that's mainly because they were the most breathable shoes I could find. I think I could enjoy more support if I could find a boot that breathes better. My biggest issues are narrow, sweaty feet. And the sides of my pinky toes rub on the outside of the shoe so hard they wore holes in the mesh. So I...


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Camping apps, complicated vans, ambitious dogs

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How to Reproof an Outdoor Jacket with Nikwax Waterproofing.

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North Face Apex Flex GTX in Cold Weather?

I am going to Iceland soon, so it will be upper 40's with strong wind and rain. Does anyone have experience with the North Face Apex Flex GTX shell Does it require much of a mid layer I tried it on in the store and it is much heavier than my current waterproof (not so much wind proof) shell. I was wondering if it even needed a mid layer if it's upper 40's. submitted by /u/DrtyHudini [link] [comments]...


Poncho by Quechua

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Should I replace my 2 y/o Chacos or try to get them repaired? Need them for a trip overseas in a month, donít want them to break while hiking.

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I need recommendations for hiking shoes/boots. Details within...

I'm looking for shoes for hiking and backpacking. I haven't yet decided between boots, hiking shoes, or trail runners. I've been using trail runners for the past 500 miles or so, but that's mainly because they were the most breathable shoes I could find. I think I could enjoy more support if I could find a boot that breathes better. My biggest issues are narrow, sweaty feet. And the sides of my pinky toes rub on the outside of the shoe so hard they wore holes in the mesh. So I...


K2 Missdirected Skis - 8959k2msdw12zz-k2-skis - Hiking sku

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Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by K2 - Built with Powder and All Terrain Rocker br / The 2012 MissDirected has the widest platform of any women's ski, enabling girls who crave deep powder to get the goods. The Powder Rocker will keep your tips up no matter how deep the stash, and the ski's "surfy" feel will be unmatched. The MissDirected has enough girth and stability at 117mm underfoot to shred technical big mountain lines, while retaining the ability to hold an edge on resort trails. With a lightweight and bombproof construction, the MissDirected will take your powder skiing in a whole new direction. PERFORMANCE: Powder: 80%/ Park: 20% TwinTech Sidewall-Triaxial Braided BioFlex 3 RADIUS: 17m @ 159/ Directional Taper... Learn More

Manufacturer: K2

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