When you think about going on an adventure, you may not think about how important training off the trails is. Or you may think “all I have to do is hike” to have a successful adventure. Sure, this may be applicable for some smaller treks, but larger, more ambitious ones require additional exercise.READ MORE
The main point of my clothing system is to have a few key clothing items that can be used for a variety of environmental and route conditions. Being able to mix and match these key clothing items will allow you to be able to carry only what items you need for the location you’ll be hiking in.
Everything from the type of gear you carry, the food you bring, and the trips you take are becoming more demanding and extreme. Over the past fifteen or so years, backpacking has really seen a new trend: going lighter.
When you’re preparing for an adventure one of the first things that usually will come to mind is what base layer you may select. Some features of a good base layer are to keep you warm, wick sweat, be lightweight and fit well. While on my adventure at Preston Island I was wearing the Minus33 Yukon Men’s Expedition Crew. Here are my thoughts and overall review of this item.