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The Green Adventurer - NEMO Fillo Pillow
Gear Review

NEMO Fillo Pillow – Gear Review

A proper pillow is something I never paid attention to. Instead, for years I used a simple inflatable one which I then tried to make comfortable with whatever gear was left in my tent. As a result I always woke up with pain in my neck and never slept well. Which is ridiculous since I

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Testing the Icebreaker #teesforgood challenge
Gear Review

Icebreaker #TeesForGood Challenge

Recently I’ve seen a lot of posts about the Icebreaker #teesforgood challenge. The challenge is to wear the same shirt for 7 days without washing it. Since most of my shirts usually start to smell after just one day I decided to give this ‘7 Days, 1 Tee, 0 Washes’ challenge a go! The shirt

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Outdoor Retailer

Sustainable Gear at Outdoor Retailer

Last week was Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, the largest outdoor tradeshow of North America. These tradeshows are the place where outdoor brands and manufacturers showcase their products for next year. Snews put together a list of the 25 coolest products presented at the show. Based on this list, here is some sustainable gear from this

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Reusable water bottle being filled
Green Gear

Reusable Water Bottles for Your Next Adventure

In this warm weather it’s important to stay hydrated. Which means you can’t go without (reusable) water bottles. Especially when you’re out on an adventure! Single-use plastic bottles In the build-up to last week’s Outdoor Retailer Summer Market, 200+ brands signed up to the Plastic Impact Alliance. Thereby committing to reject single-use plastic bottles at

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Gear Review

Adidas Terrex Trailmaker GTX – Gear Review

Hiking is done in boots. Or at least that’s what I thought. So I always used my Lowa Renegade GTX Mid boots, no matter the weather or the temperature. However, last year I came across several hikers on the PCT and the one thing I noticed was that most of them are doing this incredible

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United By Blue Quits Single Use Plastics

Yesterday was World Oceans Day, established by the United Nations to remind us of the importance of our oceans. 70% of our planet is ocean and even though we all know that trees produce oxygen, it’s actually the oceans that provide us with 70% of our oxygen. Therefore it’s important to protect our oceans. Something

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