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OutdoorsNW.com – Featuring Rev 1.5 – December 3, 2015

December 3, 2015
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If your kids are like mine, walking along a trail might be “too hard” or “tiring,” but running along a trail is downright delightful. It makes zero sense, of course, but don’t fight this desire for kids to go, go, go…

Here’s what your kids will need for safe, fun trail running this season.

The Osprey Rev 1.5 is perfect for teens, due to the slim profile and snug fit. Take the time to try on many models—the most important criteria is the ease of use of the plastic tubes and bite valves and how well the pack fits the body.

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OutdoorsNW.com – Featuring Kode 22 – April 2013

April 28, 2013

Osprey Kode 22 pack

When our ski blogger needed a pack to tote her gear, we knew who to call. Osprey makes packs for serious play, and the Kode 22 is no different. It organizes your wet and dry gear into different compartments, and has multiple ski or snowboard options for carrying positions. Any ski or boarder would appreciate this thoughtful design for either lift-serviced or back/sidecountry skiing or riding. Pretty easy to slide around to get in your lap for the lift ride as well.

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OutdoorsNW.com – Featuring Kode 22 – February 2013

February 28, 2013

Tales from the Lift Lines V: Pack Rat

“I wish you had a backpack!”

We’d stopped to get rid of some layers. It was January, but we were hot. As I unzipped my daughter’s jacket, I realized she had three layers beneath her lined jacket.

I pulled her long-sleeved fleece through the arms of her vest, rolled it over a couple of times, and tied it around her waist.

“But I’ll look fat with a big tire around me!” she said.

“You’re nine.” I replied.

“Why don’t you have a backpack of your own?” Michael asked. I had just put my vest in his pack. Earlier I’d stowed my extra contact lenses and my just-in-case glasses and my spare chocolate with him.

“I do,” I said. “It’s in the locker room.”

“Well, maybe you should wear it while you’re actually skiing.”

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OutdoorsNW.com – Featuring Syncro 15 – May 31, 2012

May 31, 2012

Repin It to Win It

Outdoor recreation requires stuff. This also means you need to carry your stuff, which means in bags.

We solicited outdoor gear bags from manufacturers in all aspects of the outdoor industry and selected these 10 as our top choices for toting your goods around. Read our reviews — then follow this link to our Pinterest contest page. Repin It to Win It — whichever bag is repinned the most will be given away to a lucky follower!

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