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Big Guy Gear Reviews are what the
sound like--gear reviews focused on the usability for big guys. If you're a
proportional six-footer, congrats: you can use literally every piece of gear on
the market. If you're a big guy, however, you know it's a frustrating
marketplace. I'm here to help. For reference, here are my basic
dimensions: 6'5", 235 pounds, dress shirt is 17"x37". I wear XL-tall shirts and 38x34
pants—as long as they’re not straight legged, boot cut, or whatever else skinny
hipsters have pushed the market toward. I'm built with more of a weak-man's
barrel chest than a fat-man's beer belly. I have what Lululemon calls
"hockey butt." If you're tall and not broad, or broad and not tall,
these reviews should still help you find usable gear. Each year I return to the Blue Ridge
Mountain area of Virginia to hunt white-tailed deer. Each year I am confounded by hunting
clothing cut to fit gnomes and Santas. If
I want a shir…
I've written before
about my experiences hiking Havasupai, but with it now being Havasupai hiking
season I wanted to take a moment to boil it down to the basics of what you need
to know to have a fun hike, including a basic gear list.
And here's a free pro tip: cache snacks and drinks in your car for after the hike. You've never seen anyone so jealous as my friends when I pulled out Doritos and a Dr. Pepper to munch on immediately after finishing the hike.
Get the excellent Garmin Inreach Explorer + for $75 off! I take this on every hike. Use it ahead of time with the Inreach web portal to map your route. Use it on the trail to navigate. Send status updates to social media or send text messages to anyone. If you get in trouble activate the SOS feature and take advantage of the insurance that comes with your Inreach subscription.
Get the Fenix 5 for $100 off. Choose the 5x with scratch resistant sapphire glass and built in mapping technology; the 5s to put Garmin's GPS technology on smaller wrists; or the 5 to complement your Inreach's mapping with fantastic activity tracking!
Love Garmin's technology but the Fenix a little rich for your blood, you're more of a runner, or you'd rather be on the water? Check out the discounts on the Vivosmart, Forerunner and Quatix too! If you're more of a road trip sort of person, check out Garmin's Alexa-powered navigation device, their excellent GPS navigation, and t…