There's not really a ton to explain here. We've all seen buyers guides and gear review sites before. This one just takes itself less seriously.
Or not. I'm not a mind reader. Get off my back.
Light, comfortable shirt that looked as good at dinner as it did wandering around the back alleys of Marrakech.
Built with 13 kilometers of copper. Because disease, I guess. Also marketing.
A great pack for overnight ski tours, alpine climbing, or general hiking.
I think I wore these for 11 out of 14 days while I was traveling in Morocco. They’re excellent, versatile pants. End of review.
Look, it's nothing fancy but it's hard to beat it for car camping. Comfortable, durable, cheap.
You already have 8. But...you probably need one for days where it's above freezing but there's a 40% chance of 20mph winds and 50% chance of snow and you're skiing with your slow friends.
A super light and warm insulating layer for backcountry touring.
For people who visit the South Pole. Also great for walking from your hotel to dinner in downtown Banff.