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Nate Alger

Nate is avid CrossFitter who loves pushing his body to the max in his attempt to look stronger. He loves toppling outrageous hiking adventures. Some of his most recent excursions include the Classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu and the Half Dome hike in Yosemite National Park.

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Best Cooler Brands| Top 3 Ice Chest Manufacturers

By Nate Alger

Buying the right cooler can be quite the hassle.Most all of us have some sort of cooler horror stories.  You probably at some point in your life have went with a cheap cooler that doesn’t last long and starts leaking. I feel like that was the case when I was growing up where there just […]

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Best Electric Coolers | Top 5 Electric Ice Chests On The Market

By Nate Alger

Having fresh food and cool drinks is a must for any long distance traveler. Though there are plenty of excellent ice chests available, sometimes you just want the reliability of an electric cooler. You don’t have to worry about melting ice or leaks with a plugged in cooler after all.In this article, I’m going to […]

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Best Soft Sided Coolers For Any Occasion

By Nate Alger

Planning a short excursion but don’t fancy the idea of limp lettuce, soggy sandwiches, and warm beer? Then a good soft cooler is probably something you want to invest in. Hard sided ice chests are useful, but can be cumbersome and difficult to transport, especially if your destination has a long walk involved like an […]

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Best Wheeled Coolers | Top 5 Rolling Ice Chests

By Nate Alger

Getting away from it all can be hard enough. “the boat show” flickr photo by egarc2 https://flickr.com/photos/egarc2/473893888 shared under a Creative Commons (BY) licenseAdd on all those extra provisions and somewhere to store them, a peaceful trip away can soon become an arduous task. One of the best ways to ease your burden is to […]

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Best Marine Coolers | Top 5 Ice Chests For Fishing

By Nate Alger

As any sailor will tell you, the caprices of the open water are not to be taken lightly. The saltwater and driving winds can wreak havoc on equipment and goods. As well as that, a bracing sea fishing trip can be ruined by a spoiled catch.The last thing you want is a boat cooler that […]

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Best Beach Coolers | 5 Options For You Beach Goer!

By Nate Alger

Is there a more pleasant way to celebrate a little rest and relaxation than a trip out to the beach with some friends? I don’t think so. What adds to such a great time spent by the ocean are some cool drinks, snacks, and maybe even a barbecue.  But you can’t have any of those […]

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Best Coolers On The Market | Ice Chest Review Guide

By Nate Alger

An excellent ice chest is part of the dream of the great outdoors: sitting around a campfire together and reaching behind for an ice-cold beer or a fresh snack. ImageModelSizePriceRatingCheck Price Yeti Tundra 6565 Quart$$$$ CHECK PRICE Pelican Products ProGear Elite 65 Quart$$$$ CHECK PRICE Grizzly Coolers 6060 Quart$$$$ CHECK PRICE Coleman  Xtreme 5120 Quart$$ CHECK PRICE […]

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Ultra-Lightweight Backpacking Gear | The 7 Essentials

By Nate Alger

Ready to go on your next backpacking adventure but don’t have the right gear? We put together the 7 essentials for lightweight, simple backpacking with all the equipment you could possibly need. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or just trying to break into the trekking scene, maintaining or building your collection of equipment can be a daunting […]

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Best Hiking Backpacks in 2017 | In Depth Review Guide

By Nate Alger

Hiking is awesome.The meeting of humankind and nature on a brisk hike can inspire and invigorate and comes with an abundance of health benefits. I hike because I love to be in nature and experience the beauty around me. The polluted city air pales in comparison to the brisk fresh air of a nearby state […]

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Best Waterproof Backpacks in 2017

By Nate Alger

There is a lot resting on a good waterproof backpack. How well the bag is designed impacts your comfort, but also your safety too. When going on a long hike or just a short day trip, we are often at the mercy of the elements.If important gear, clothes, or worse work documents get wet we […]

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