The Stretch Ozonic Jacket from Live Out There

Spring Gear Review: The Versatile Women’s Stretch Ozonic Shell

Spring is here! For real this time…I think. That means bike rides, gloveless jogging, walking places, and long upward hikes. It also means cool winds, unpredictable temperatures, and rain. Instead of waiting for a blazing dry sun to hit the great outdoors, EDT has teamed up once again with LiveOutThere to test The Stretch Ozonic Jacket by inimitable Mountain HARDWEAR.
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Hole In Wall Box

Hole In Wall Subscription Box: A Farmer’s Market Delivered to Your Door

Hole In Wall Box is a monthly box service that let’s you taste local delights from some of the world’s greatest cities.

Handmade goods and organic treats from fantastic local small businesses around the world delivered bi-monthly are selected using a shop-local mentality.

Each month is a new surprise of chocolates, candies, lotions, spices and more from artisans, food companies, gourmet goods, and even mom-and-pop shops each selected and shipped with love.

A great way to treat yourself or someone else–Mother’s Day is coming y’all—Hole In Wall boxes bring the farmer’s market right to your door.
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Gearapalooza Review: Bogs Bend Women's Hiking Boot

Gearapalooza Mid-Winter Edition: Bogs Hiking Boots

It’s mid-winter (ish) and unseasonably warm temperatures have meant a longer (warmer) hiking and trail-walking season. And to celebrate we’ve been testing the hell out of some hiking boots from Bogs Footwear. Yes, Bogs. The makers of hiking and casual shoes you never knew about.

While our original long distance review was to be a race up Hai Ling Peak in Canmore Alberta, a “predators on the trail” situation sent us running to test up rocky Luskville Falls trail in Quebec, and the Kannanaskis and the Overlook Trails in Jasper, Alberta.
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1280 Oxley 4

24 Hour Getaway: A Fall Escape in Ontario’s Windsor Essex Pelee Island

Summer may be slipping out the back door, but that doesn’t mean the party’s over. There are so many ways to enjoy autumn in Canada, and Ontario’s Southwest offers more than just scenery. It’s only a short drive to this corridor filled with wineries, farm fresh fare, and agritourism.

We’ve put together a short itinerary for a 24-hour fall getaway to the region of Windsor Essex Pelee Island. It’s roughly four hours from Toronto by car, so we recommend driving in the night before if you can. Are you ready to go? Continue Reading →