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What if you could find one jacket that serves as on-the-go insulation in cool to cold temperatures, functions as both a middle layer and an outer layer that sheds snow and light rain like a soft-shell jacket, but breathes better than most soft shells, so that you rarely take it off? Patagonia’s Dual Aspect Hoody does all of that, and it rises above even many of the cutting-edge, breathable-insulation apparel pieces out there.
And I’m giving away a men’s or women’s Patagonia Dual Aspect Hoody right now at The Big Outside. Continue reading →
Are you thinking you want a new pack, tent, jacket, or other piece of outdoor gear or clothing, but not sure you can afford it? No worries, I got your back… well, with some help from backcountry.com, which is sponsoring a $200 gift card raffle right now at The Big Outside! Continue reading →
Looking for a perfect gift for someone who’s a backpacker, avid dayhiker, or climber… or maybe an early holiday gift for yourself? To celebrate the holiday season, Osprey Packs has generously offered to sponsor a giveaway at The Big Outside of a complete set of five of their Ultralight Dry Sacks, a $97 value. I use these roll-top stuff sacks to keep everything from extra clothing to personal items and my sleeping bag dry through the heaviest rain, including virtually any circumstances short of full immersion. The smallest are under an ounce, the largest under two ounces—perfect for backpacking and long dayhikes and technical climbs in the mountains.
Enter my giveaway right now of a complete set of five Osprey Ultralight Dry Sacks, in sizes from three liters to 30 liters, at The Big Outside. Continue reading →
By Michael Lanza
Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, called my National Outdoor Book Award-winning Before They’re Gone—A Family’s Year-Long Quest to Explore America’s Most Endangered National Parks, “a beautifully written, moving meditation on the meaning of parenthood, our parks, and the first generation of children to grow up in the age of global warming.” In the book, I write about the wilderness adventures my wife and I took with our young kids in 11 national parks facing threats from climate change.
And I’m giving away a signed, hardcover copy of my book right now. Click here to enter my giveaway now. It ends at midnight Monday.
Looking for a great gift for a family or anyone who likes the outdoors and national parks? I’d like to humbly suggest my National Outdoor Book Award-winning Before They’re Gone—A Family’s Year-Long Quest to Explore America’s Most Endangered National Parks, in which I write about the wilderness adventures my wife and I took with our two young kids in 11 national parks facing threats from climate change.
And I’m giving away a signed hardcover copy of my book right now. Continue reading →