Camera Pod Sizing?
Would love to hear what size Camera Pod you all use for your specific camera setups. Thinking this will be helpful for everyone! I currently use a large for my Nikon D750 with 24-70 lens. It fits pretty perfectly, without the camera strap (which I barely use).
The Prism is my favorite of any Hyperlite pack I’ve ever owned. From light and fast alpine missions to multi pitch ice climbing this is my workhorse pack as a guide. I even got one for my girlfriend to use and she has fallen in love with it. I wish they could take the design and make it into a larger size as there are…
John Muir Trail
Me and some friends are looking at doing the John Muir trail next year. We know that permits are extremely competitive, so any tips from anyone to possibly improve our chances on getting the permits?
I just wanted to give a shout-out to Senchi! If you haven’t heard about them then you should check them out! They make fleece made out of an alpha direct material that keeps you warm but also help your body cool as you hike! I love the two that I own! Go check them out!!
Hey guys, happy Monday!! Question about washing your backpacks! How do you wash your Hyperlite pack? I know doing it in the bath tub is probably the easiest way….but do you use a special kind of soap? How long do you soak it? Best way to dry it? Gimme all the deets!! I’d love to wash mine before the crazy summer hiking…
ACCESSORIES TO COMPLIMENT A TRIPLE CROWN: QUADZILLA’S GEAR LIST, PART ONE
Words from Jack “Quadzilla” Jones, Photos by Chris Shane Jack ”Quadzilla” Jones is setting out this year to achieve what only a small number of backpackers have; a calendar year Triple Crown. 8,000 miles of hiking following the routes of the iconic Big Three – the Appalachian Trail, the Pacific Crest Trail, and the…
TIME TO CLEAN HOUSE!
GETTING YOUR GEAR IN ORDER FOR THE NEXT TRIP OR OFF-SEASON STORAGE Words and Photos by Tina Haver Currin It's that time of year, folks! Well, clean gear is always in season. Here, Thru Hiker and superfriend Tina Haver Currin goes through her process for keeping her equipment fresher than a Georgia Pine. Got a few tips…