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First Impressions
One of my pet peeves is when people "review" things the day after they unbox them. It's next to impossible to get a fair or accurate idea of how well something works if you've only used it a few times. In this section you'll find items that I have recently purchased, or things that I got to check out. Some items in this section will not make it to reviews simply because I don't own them!
Patagonia Torrentshell Level 6
Beyond Tactical Level 5
Blackhawk! Level 5
ORC Level 4
ORC Level 5 Pants
Steps Inc. Level 3
Arc'teryx Fly 13
Nike Air Pegasus+ 27 GTX 
Perroz Designs Headband Cover
Applied Orange Combat Socks


Reviews
After I feel that I've worn off the newness and given my gear a good beating, I'll review it here. I am pretty hard on my gear, so if it falls apart or it sucks you'll read about it here.
ORC Level 6  Pants
Camelbak HAWG
Casio G-Shock DW-6600
ORC Level 5
Petzl Tactikka XP
Garmin Foretrex 101
Merrell Sawtooth
Oakley Flack Jacket XLJ 
Outdoor Research Endeavor Goretex Shells
Arc'teryx Axios 35 Pack

Videos
Vertx / Victory First
GORUCK Class 659

Projects and Mods
Special projects and modifications to bring your gear to the next level.
ITS Coiled Lanyard

Adventuring
Photo essays and write ups of some of my personal adventures.
Polar Vortex Camping - Dwight
Sleeping tips for Camping
Failed Rescue Attempt at Moon River Falls
Crown Land Camping Part 1 - Moon River
Crown Land Camping Part 2 - Moon River
Crown Land Camping 002 - Go Home Lake
Crown Land Camping 003 - Moon River Falls
OXFAM 100km Trailwalker Part 1
GORUCK Training
GORUCK Class 524 AAR and Gear Guide
GORUCK Class 981 AAR
PCU Submersion Test
Tough Mudder AAR
Mogadishu Mile AAR
First Snowy Ride of the Year

Events
SHOT Show 2015 Day 1
SHOT Show 2015 Day 2
SHOT Show 2015 Day 3
SHOT Show 2015 Day 4

Miscellaneous 
Millbrook Tactical
Wanted! Goretex Trailrunners
PCU Buyer's Guide
PCU Block 2 Update
PCU History
PCU Colour Comparison
I need a bigger pack
Perroz Designs Interview
Perroz Designs DFQ Patch
Shopping at Triple Aught Design
Lessons learned from the Toronto flood

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