How to Wash a Sleeping Bag

Body oils, sweat and dirt can affect loft and sleeping bag performance. Most manufacturers recommend washing your sleeping bag after 20 nights use.
Camping Tips

Here are a few of our favorite camping tips Firestarting Tip One of the easiest campfires to build and maintain, the “lean-to” fire is a simple pyramid-shaped lean-to ...

Tips For Building a Campfire

Crackling wood, roaring flames, and the smell of roasting marshmallows. All things that go along with a quintessential part of camping, the campfire.  A campfire provi...

Nobody likes sleeping in a puddle. Follow a few simple steps to waterproof your tent and keep your sleeping situation high and dry.
Make Your Own Paracord Bracelet

A paracord is one of the most valuable tools that an outdoorsman can carry in his pack. It can be used to hang a bear bag, as a clothes line, for extra points of conta...

Tent Hole Repairs

When you've got a hole in your tent, it can ruin your trip by letting in unwanted water and bugs. Nobody likes to be wet and swarmed by mosquitos. You can fix a hole i...

How to Clean Your Tent

After a particularly dirty trip, it’s important to clean your tent. You’ll need some Revivex Pro Cleaner, and a large tote or bathtub.

We make bringing your tent back to life easy as pie. Before your next trip, pull your tent out of storage and set it up in the back yard. Give your tent a once over an...

Many rain-flies and tent floors use a polyurethane (pu) coating to keep you dry. After time, this coating can break down and you'll start to get wet. Re-coat worn area...

Make Your Own Backpacking Meals

Meet your new best friend for planning your backcountry menu: the food dehydrator. Planning meals for a trip into the backcountry can be a daunting task. Fresh food do...

There’s no better way for families to create lasting memories than by taking them on an outdoor adventure. No matter where you go, it’s always a new experience. But ge...