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The North Face Men’s Catalyst Micro Jacket Review

Once again The North Face brand has met and exceeded my expectations. The North Face Men’s Catalyst Micro Jacket is the “bomb” and keeps you nearly as warm as a bomb! My brother in-law always has the newest ski stuff and this past winter he let me borrow this particular North Face jacket when my … Continue reading


Looking for a perfect all around jacket that can be used for numerous outdoor endeavors? Are you looking for a jacket that has style as well as function? Well then, The North Face Lobo Jacket is your ideal match. This jacket will withstand the test of time in both style and durability. This was my go to … Continue reading

Salomon Minim Down Jacket Men’s Review

Th Salomon Minim Down Jacket for men is lightweight, stylish, and provides great insulation. I personally love down jackets but I tend to dislike what I call the “marshmallow effect” when trying them on. They always seem to look and feel a bit too puffy. However, the Salomon Minim Down men’s jacket has a great … Continue reading

2013 Icelantic Skis Review – Gypsy, Seeker, Keeper, Shaman, Nomad RKR

2013 Icelantic Review Just when I thought Icelantic Skis couldn’t outdo last year’s stellar lineup and “You are an animal” themed artwork, they come out firing on all cylinders with two new skis, a line of Side Country boots (First Degree ST1 and ST2 boot review coming soon) and an array of artwork that would … Continue reading


Native Watercraft Slayer 12 and 14.5 Review The Slayer is Native Watercraft’s new boat for 2013 and it will come in both 12′ and 14’6″ models. According to Legacy Paddlesports, the Native Watercraft Slayer should be shipping in September 2012. The Native Watercraft Slayer 12 is priced at $1179 and the Slayer 14.5 at $1279. … Continue reading


Hello Everyone – Just wanted to relay a map I quickly made up that shows the locations of all of RinoSquad’s products and other recognizable reference points for your convenience. I look forward to seeing everyone out in Salt Lake. You can also download this Outdoor Retailer Map map from my box.net downloads section on … Continue reading


  With revolutionary Airlock connectors, dual walls, bathtub floor, no see-um mesh, color coded pole insert indicators, a realistic 3 person capacity that weighs in at 3 lbs. That is 1 lb per person, the Easton Mountain Products Kilo 3P Tent has it all, which is why they were the clear winner for Gear of … Continue reading

Crispi Footwear Sneak Peak at NEW MODELS for 2012-2013

Crispi has outdone itself once again taking their benchmark model Nevada Legend GTX and making a lighter model that is still packed with all the great features that Crispi is known for: Ankle Bone Support System or ABSS, Dual-Tech – DTL – Gore-tex lining, and their proprietary patented Vibram sole – Supergrip – that is … Continue reading

Point 65 Kayaks Breaks World Record With Longest Paddled Kayak

For the 100th anniversary of LL Bean, Point 65 Degrees North Sweden Kayaks wanted to do something special. So, they decided to  put together a 100 piece Tequila modular sit-on-top kayak together and break the world record. Here are some photos

New Kutz-All Utimate Cutting Tool from ARC Outdoor Gear (Au Sable River Co.)

Review Coming soon, but so far ARC is really impressing me with their innovations, finely crafted, solid materials, and always thinking outside the box . . . Quick Breakdown The Kutz-All is a one of a kind, lightweight, compact, versatile multipurpose knife and cutting tool.  Great for hunting, fishing, backpacking, hiking, and essential for your … Continue reading

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