A lot of unexpected things burn long and hot enough to get your fire going. Here are six that you can make at home and pack with you.
Yes, we know that dragging a pack down dirt road at 60 mph is excessive. No, that won't stop us from doing it anyway to find out which top packs can survive a serious case of road rash.
Frigid temperatures are hard to find in the middle of the summer (when we shot this video) so after soaking three sleeping bags, we chilled out at a local liquor store.
Yeah, we know you probably won't ever get fully submerged in a raging river while in your sleeping bag, but that's not good enough for us.
In this gear test, Shannon Davis jumps in three sleeping bags and we hose them down to see how each one handles high-force rain.