I’ve used the Exos 48 on countless backpacking trips and day hikes over the past few years, and have started to use the Exos 58 a little more now that I have to pack for my infant son as well. In this post you will find my review of these packs based on 3 years of intensive experience.
One of the first questions I asked when I found out I was going to be a father, was “How am I going to hike?”. After doing some research, Julia came across the Ergobaby carrier, which was well reviewed and one of the most popular baby carriers on the market. There are a few models of the Ergobaby carrier for sale, and today I’ll be focusing on the Original, with a review of the Performance in the future.
I’ve used the Double Rainbow in all sorts of conditions, including hot and cold weather, thunderstorms, wind storms, and a two week thru-hike of the John Muir Trail. It’s safe to say I’ve put this tent through the wringer, and I’ll now put my experience with the tent into this comprehensive review.