Travel Gear Blog News 12/09/2010
Road Warrior Stocking Stuffer: Garmin Portable Friction Mount | Practical Travel Gear
A great add-on for many Garmin GPS owners (or, hint, a stocking stuffer) is a portable mount which lets the nav unit ride on the dash instead of being suction-mounted to the windshield.
10 Stocking Stuffer Ideas For Outdoor Enthusiasts – the GearCaster
As the holidays draw closer, it's time to start thinking about some last minute stocking stuffer ideas for those outdoor enthusiasts on your list.
Outdoor Research Dry Stuff Sack – Episode 9 | Outdoor Gear TV
They sure beat a zip block baggie: A review of the Outdoor Research Lightweight Dry Stuff Sack
REI Blog: Weblog for an active community of people who love the outdoors | 2 Ounces or Less: Microweight Gifts
Know someone who is a lightweight/ultralight devotee? Here's a handful of worthwhile items that deliver above-average performance at a barely-there weight
The Cleanest Line: Product Testing – Backpacking with the New Capilene® 3
This season Patagonia revised their Capilene® Midweight Baselayer, their most popular cold weather Capilene.
Hammock Camping in Cold Weather: A Hammock Lover’s Guide To Staying Warm
One of the common concerns with hammock camping is how to stay warm without the insulation provided by a tent enclosure.
SPOT on a Keychain | Gear Review | Gear Junkie
Made for the marine market, the HUG product includes a SPOT Tracker GPS satellite transmitter, a wireless keypad, and two keychain fobs for your boat’s keys.
VestPac: a lightweight solution for hydration and personal electronic devices – OutdoorInformer.com
VestPac, based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is bringing a minimalist attitude in a new line of modular hydration packs.
Sandals made from Wine Corks | Gear Review | Gear Junkie
SOLE, a manufacturer of footbeds, socks and sandals, is partnering with ReCORK, a wine-cork recycling program, to design a new line of products.
New “crumpled” city maps for tourists | Gadling.com
Alex from Gadling reviews new "crumpled" city maps for tourists available for New York, Paris, London, Rome, and Berlin.