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I rely on these to hold down super heavy 30 ft ladders mostly on the top of my Pathfinder and they're the best out there hands down. I've used other Walmart/HD/Lowes straps they sell and they just don't compare in terms of durability and longitivity. These don't degrade in heavy UV summers here in Utah at all. Don't trust your high dollar kayaks with anything else.
These pants have been in my arsenal for over 8 years and they have still yet to fail me. I've used these for climbing, construction work, casual wear and everything else in between and can't say enough good things about them. The built in waist belt is clutch for climbing and makes adjustment simple. They wash really well too. I've gotten PVC glue, soldier, grease and blood all over these and it all washes out with no problemos!
Nice gloves from Armada. Low profile with minimal bulk and bomber leather. Definitely a workhorse if that's what you're looking for. These do run a bit small so consider sizing up.
I was skeptical going with Burton gloves being a skier and all but I was proved wrong. These gloves are tough, durable and very well constructed. The leather is thick, sewn well and the IPOD controls are geniously thought out. Super warm for being such a low profile glove. When you don't wanna hear the dude on the tram talking about his beach front property in Maui just crank the tunes up with the push of a button or a chomp with a tooth works well too.
I'm currently on my third pair of the Base Camp Flips and absolutely love these. They're thicker and stiffer than normal thongs are so they offer more support and protection. You can do moderate hiking in these since they're so heavy duty. The egg crate footbed is phenominal and relaxes your foot while you walk. Definitely a must have for any TNF fan!
These are the best, most supportive hiking shoes that I've worn before. I don't know where to start but I mainly use these for roofing work in the Salt Lake Valley in the dead of summer 100 degree + persistent heat. My feet never get hot or sweaty, the tread actually lasts all summer on abrasive asphalf shingles and I never get blisters. Not very comparable to the Contragrip on Salomon's which wore out in less than half a summer. On the trail these carry heavy packs excellent and the tread is super grippy. I can't ask for any better these check all the boxes. These run a half size large.