Don’t let the name fool you, juvenile redfish are far from puny. A juvenile redfish can battle to the bitter end without letting up and a powerful fishing rod and reel system are required to wrestle this famed fish into the boat.
Read Targeting Fall Redfish on the 1800Gear Blog.
I am a lover of sandals and I wear sandals throughout the year even on extremely cold days. But, it can get super uncomfortable when its 40-degrees with sandals on and bare skin showing. I just incorporate my DexShell Hytherm Waterproof Socks or my DexShell Terrain Waterproof socks when it’s cold.
Read Fall Fishing Tips - Staying Warm With DexShell on the 1800Gear Blog.
This fall gear up for your next trail run or jog in the park with these great new styles from Topo Athletic. Topo is famous for combining simplicity and comfort in a shoe, and each model is designed to move naturally with your feet. Today let’s look at four great models for the upcoming season.
Read Best Topo Athletic Models For Fall on the 1800Gear Blog.
One new hunting blind release that is managing to outshine all the rest is the Primos DoubleBull® SurroundView™ Blind. The SurroundView blinds hold true to the products coined slogan: “The Blind Without a Blind Spot™.”
Read Primos DoubleBull SurroundView Blind Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
While some experience the wilderness through a window pane riding on four rubber tires, nothing allows the soul to soak in nature’s treasures better than a backpacking adventure immersed in North America’s bosom. And Big Agnes has taken out the stops to makes backcountry camping truly pleasurable.
Read Big Agnes UL 1 HV Tent And Sleep System Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
Today we're going to look at one of the most popular 5th wheel accessories on the market, the Andersen Ultimate 5th Wheel Connection 2. Smart design and quality aluminum alloy make this 5th wheel hitch stronger than you’d ever expect from a hitch that is so light. The base only weights 35 pounds and can be installed within a minute.
Read Andersen Ultimate 5th Wheel Connection 2 on the 1800Gear Blog.
Just like the Women's Wetland Boot, the Original Muck Boot Company Men’s Woody Blaze Cool Snake Boot in Mossy Oak Country is a great option for early season. The Woody Blaze Cool is surprisingly lightweight and flexible with a lightweight EVA midsole, rubber exterior, and XpressCool lining resulting in the perfect warm weather snake boot.
Read Muck Boots Women's Wetland And Men's Woody Blaze on the 1800Gear Blog.
Muffs, such as Walkers Game Ear, should fit firmly around the entire ear to protect it fully. Ear plugs and Walkers Game Ear muffs can reduce noises by approximately 5db-13db. It is recommended that for noises greater than 100dB these should be worn in combination with one another.
Read Walkers Game Ear Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
I recently got a chance to incorporate Korkers Devil’s Canyon Wading Boots into several of my outdoor excursions. To be honest, I have an entire closet full of wading boots from high end models to economical versions I picked up on sale. But, this is my first pair of Korkers and after wearing several times in and out of the stream, I now wonder why I ever used anything else.
Read Korkers Devils Canyon Wading Boot Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
I would argue the true magic in Gear Gripz is not the grip itself, but the adhesive used in the grip tape. Gear Gripz calls it an "industrial adhesive," and it is certainly is strong. Yet the true question with Gear Gripz is how does the industrial adhesive impact the item it is placed on long term?
Read Gear Gripz Grip Tape Review on the 1800Gear Blog.
Just recently, I received the opportunity to get my hands on an inflatable, belt-style personal floatation device called the Onyx M-16 Low Profile Personal Floatation Device (PFD). This unit is rated by the U.S. Coast Guard as a Type V PFD, but it can function very well as a comfortable floatation aid or Type III device. The most important part I recognized immediately was the small, lightweight design.
Read Onyx M-16 Belt Pack PFD Review on the 1800Gear Blog.