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Protective clothing and the use of seam sealing tape

29th August 2012
For over 180 years, researchers and manufactures have been working on improving and developing waterproofing technology. All their hard work has really started to take root, because in recent years, improvements to seam sealing tape has brought about amaz... Read >
Author: harry john

Leading uses and applications for seam sealing tape

28th May 2012
For over 180 years, researchers and manufactures have been working on improving and developing waterproofing technology. All their hard work has really started to take root, because in recent years, improvements to seam sealing tape has brought about amaz... Read >
Author: harry john

This Is What Top Of Foot Pain Looks Like

10th January 2012
Top of foot pain by the numbers is caused by a number of different conditions and problems, and this is common amongst athletes. To be able to identify the causes is your first step towards curing the problem. Make sure that the right treatment and interv... Read >
Author: franjh

Walking Holidays in La Manga

02nd June 2011
If you are thinking of a fantastically holiday to Spanish holiday then consider La Manga as an option especially if you are looking for a wonderful walking holiday. La Manga is well known for its peaceful and relaxing walks through the surrounding country... Read >
Author: jason Smith

Santiago de Chile Day Hike: Saltos de Apoquindo

10th February 2011
Chile’s capital is home to over a third of the nation’s population. The large, bustling city offers a wealth of activities within the urban sprawl. The spectacular Andean peaks to the east and small coastal range to the west aren’t just for looks. They al... Read >
Author: Latamforless

West Coast Trail-Chez Monique

23rd November 2010
The West Coast Trail has many great places to stop and enjoy. Chez Monique unites east with west, right on the beach along the trail. This is a unique stop, offering some of the most missed things on this mult-day hiking adventure. The 77 km of rugged we... Read >
Author: coastalbliss

Broken iPod Colorado Springs

20th July 2010
Colorado Springs iPod Repair It's right here. Specialist iPod Repair in Colorado Springs is now obtainable at a fairprice. The ce is the most well-known MP3 player on the planet. The Ipod device is good forthe outdoor enthusiast and equally pleasant for t... Read >
Author: Ignacio Banks

Canadian Hiking: 3 Great Trails Seasoned Hikers Can’t Afford To Miss

09th April 2010
The vast country of Canada is home to some of the most amazing panoramas of nature and wildlife that will send chills down any outdoorsman or hiker's spine. Let's focus on some of the amazing trails in the Northwest Territories with three different diffic... Read >
Author: Shawn Baybutt

Gizmo Closures-Product Review

26th October 2009
One of the most common complaints among backpackers, hikers and people who tend to leave their drinks lying around in their cars is that by the time they get to it, it's not any good. the flavoring has separated out, and sometimes even giving it a good sh... Read >
Author: Renee Malove

Selecting a High Performance Athletic Sock

15th April 2009
How to Select Athletic SocksNo One abuses their body like an athlete.It's critical to select performance socks with adequate ventilation and support. From team sports to bikers and hikers, certain activities require you to focus on various sock materials,... Read >
Author: Jerry Work

Understand The Hazards Of Mountain Climbing

23rd March 2009
Mountains are a perennial favorite for group hikes and picnics because nowhere else can you be treated with spectacular views and exciting adventures. But with all their stunning beauty and potential for fun and enjoyment, mountains also pose hazards and ... Read >
Author: Joan Shine

Accidents on Kilimanjaro

15th April 2007
Accidents on Mount KilimanjaroMount Kilimanjaro at 5964 m is the highest mountain in Africa and highest free standing mountain in the world and one of the few peaks of this height that is non-technical (i.e. you do not need ropes and pitons to climb it). ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Basic Hiking and Camping Gear

15th November 2006
Basic Hiking and Camping Gear Once you've decided to try hiking and camping you have to start out with equipment that you can trust. One of the best things you can do is become familiar with the likely need before you try a hike or camp for the first... Read >
Author: Fiona McAlister

The Importance of Good Hiking Boots

22nd May 2006
When you are preparing for a hike the most important item you are going to need is hiking boots. Your ability to enjoy a hike rests heavily on your feet and the comfort and support they are going to require. Gym shoes are not built to handle the rough ter... Read >
Author: Brian Johansson
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