Views:84|Rating:5.00|View Time:14:58Minutes|Likes:13|Dislikes:0 This is my new winter backpack Kelty Coyote 80. It is an 80 liters backpack and it has a lot of carrying capabilities, a great suspension, and organizational pockets. It is a great pack that I know will last me a long time and for many winter camping trips to come. In this video I have loaded it with 32 lbs.
I got this backpack from and I have no affiliation with them whatsoever.
The specs for this pack according to Kelty’s website are:
– Top Loading and Front Panel Access
– Volume: 4900 cu in
– Maximum Carrying Weight: 55 lbs
– Body Fabric: Poly 75x150D Tasser Coal
– Reinforcement Fabric: Poly 420D Small Back Stafford
– Backpack Weight: 5 lbs 5 oz
– Torso Adjustment
– Detachable Daypack
– Hydration Compatible
– Frame: Dual Light beam Aluminum Stays
– Fits Torso: 15.5″ – 21″
– Dimensions: H:34″ x W:17″ x D:14″
Views:20025|Rating:4.81|View Time:18:46Minutes|Likes:127|Dislikes:5 Go on safari and have the best in camera support while on a safari vehicle. Don’t be left with blurry and soft images on a trip of a life time. We cover several methods of mounting your camera and lens on a safari jeep. www.idubephotosafaris.com
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On any long distance hike where you can’t carry enough water it’s important you have some way of purifying your water. Boiling water is the most reliable way but also the most inefficient and time consuming way. If you don’t like the taste of tablets and chemicals, a water filtration system is the next best choice. We chose the Katadyn Vario and tested it on our 28 mile, 3 day hike on the AT, Appalachian Trail. Very fast and efficient.
Views:7731|Rating:4.54|View Time:7:58Minutes|Likes:209|Dislikes:21 2019 ultralight backpacking thru hike gear list. 8.5 lbs. Wondering what’s in my pack? This is what I will be carrying with me for 3 season backpacking in 2019.
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This is my bag and gear that I took with me for the Eagle Rock Loop Trail (28 miles) in Ouachita National Forest in Arkansas. This was for a trip in the Middle of May. Temperatures ranged from 90 F during the day to 64 F at night. There are multiple water crossings on the trail. We planned to complete the trip in two days and one night. We started at 11am on Saturday and completed the loop at 6pm on Sunday.
Each time I go out into the wilderness I learn more about what I need and what I don’t. I learn more about my capabilities and it helps me to refine what I pack. My experience has been that every time I overpack, and end up carrying too much unnecessary weight. On this trip I was aiming to downsize as much as possible. My bag is a 40 Liter pack, and my total weight was around 25 lb.
You can find a list of the items mentioned in this review below.
Gregory 40 Liter Zulu Pack:
Mini Sawyer Water Filter:
Bear Butt Hammock:
Bear Butt Rain Fly:
Mosquito Net for Hammock:
Outdoorsman Lab Sleeping Pad:
Views:33118|Rating:4.81|View Time:33:32Minutes|Likes:696|Dislikes:28 2017 was the year I finally hit the magical under 10 lbs stereotype of being ultralight. While I do not think being ultralight is necessary for backpacking, I will say that it definitely helps see more of an area and feel less tired and sore at the end of the day. Ultralight is about leaving gear that you don’t need at home not necessarily a number.
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Views:196170|Rating:4.88|View Time:11:41Minutes|Likes:5083|Dislikes:129 In this video I am up north, searching for a camping spot.
I stop along the way to show you a brand new bushcraft type backpack, and what camping gear I brought for this overnight camp. Feature length trip video to follow!
Views:59965|Rating:4.95|View Time:10:18Minutes|Likes:836|Dislikes:8 In my last “Like A Thru Hiker” video, I showed you how to layer your clothing on trail. Today, I’ll be showing you how to layer your rain gear on trail.
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Views:54153|Rating:4.89|View Time:29:23Minutes|Likes:728|Dislikes:16 Learn Everything You’ll Need & Get Started Today. I’ve also included a gear list and packing guide in the free tutorial linked below.
As a full time landscape photographer most of my year is spent living out of a backpack. From hiking into remote locations to traveling internationally ( with just 1 backpack ) I need a travel setup that is extremely versatile and efficient. After years of experimenting with different combinations I’ve found what works best ( at least for me ) and I’m here to share it with you.
Learn Everything You’ll Need & Get Started Today. I’ve also included a gear list and packing guide in the free tutorial linked below.
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KIVA OUTDOORS (Outdoor Gear and Apparel)
Many of us have an obsession with gear, I know I do. But sometimes the backpacking gear we choose to buy ends up being a waste of money because it ends up not getting used at all. Insert buyers remorse! I show several gear items here that I regret buying for backpacking.
The Backcountry Exposure Promise (sooooo cliche…)
For real though, I am here to share real, honest and transparent gear reviews that accompany real use in the backcountry. When you see a Backcountry Exposure review on a piece of gear, you can rest assured that it’s been used by me personally, used in the backcountry and regardless of how it was acquired (paid for by myself, sent to me for free, or bought on a discount) it’s real! Sometimes a review is 100% positive, but at least you know that it’s because I truly love the product and I am not being paid to say it.