Fish Frigid, Wet, Waters with the Refrigiwear Softshell

Refrigiwear Softshell Jacket Review

Refrigiwear Softshell Jacket Review

The Refrigiwear Softshell Jacket is a great addition to your cold, wet weather fishing gear. It’ll keep you warm, dry and free to move on the water.

Fall and winter fishing can be insanely fun, but it can also be very cold. That is, unless you have the right gear. Refrigiwear is a brand that’s been catering to the commercial cold weather gear space for years, but their jackets are great for fishing too. A waterproof, wind-proof, and stylish jacket on the water can be yours, especially with the Refrigiwear Softshell Jacket. Continue Reading

Keep Your Feet Dry & Happy When Active with Showers Pass Torch Socks

Showers Pass Torch Socks Review

Showers Pass Torch Socks Review

Showers Pass Torch Socks are the perfect summer hiking and biking sock to get you ready for fall.

As I’m sure you all know from previous experience, we love good socks here at MorningMoss. It’s something we use every day and hunters and hikers need comfortable footwear to stay warm and ensure that we can be outside longer. In the spring and summer though, we need socks that keep our feet dry and help others see us when we’re hiking, or just running outside. That’s where the Showers Pass Torch Socks review comes in. Continue Reading

Merino is the Only Long Underwear Worth Wearing

Watson’s Merino 150 Long Underwear Review

Watsons merino 150 thermal underwear

Watson’s merino 150 thermal underwear is made out of 100% merino wool and is the most comfortable material to put against your body.

I’ve been wearing the same long underwear for about 12 years and never realized how uncomfortable and not so warm it was, until I tried the Watson’s Merino 150 long underwear. Soft, warm and non-itchy, these 100% merino wool long johns are incredible.  Continue Reading

The Syncline from Prana is the Rain Jacket for any Outdoor Enthusiast

Prana Syncline Jacket Review

Prana Syncline Jacket Review

Prana’s lineup of outdoor clothing including the Syncline jacket are stylish and built to handle the outdoors.

If you spend enough time outside, it’s going to rain and you’re going to get wet, unless you have a great rain coat. Great raincoats for active outdoor people need to be 100% waterproof, not rip easily, lightweight with some warmth and of course, look cool. The Prana Syncline jacket has all your bases covered. Continue Reading

Tinlid Hat Co Thrive Hat Review

Tinlid Hat Co Thrive Hat

Tinlid Hat Co Thrive Hat Review

If you purchase the Thrive hat from Tinlid Hat Co. they will plant a tree in a National Forest.

Wearing a cool hat is great, but when you can give back to the environment by doing so, that makes it even better. Tinlid Hat Co. makes cool hats that not only look good, but each style supports a different non-profit group that helps improve our communities. The Thrive Hat from Tinlid Hat Co. helps support our National Forests, so we were pumped when we got the chance to check one out. Continue Reading

Outdoor Research Helium II Jacket Review

Outdoor Research Helium II Jacket Review

OR Helium II Jacket

Lightweight, 100% waterproof and the best quality out there, the Helium II Jacket from OR is a great buy.

Backpackers and hikers need a minimalist shell that is lightweight, packable and easy to carry in case of a flash storm. Luckily for us, Outdoor Research has made one that fits all of these criteria and adds in style with the Outdoor Research Helium II Jacket. Not only does the jacket weigh almost nothing (6.4 ounces) but it looks cool and is 100% waterproof. Read the full Outdoor Research Helium II Jacket Review below.  Continue Reading

FITS Socks Review

FITS Socks Review

FITS Socks Review

FITS socks are awesome wool socks for hiking, hunting and fishing.

Wool socks are a staple in my wardrobe. I’ve got quite the collection. Some for hunting, some for fishing and a lot for everyday wear. None of them are as comfortable or as nice as the FITS brand. FITS socks are incredible. They are cushioned, soft and are made with the finest merino wool from New Zealand. Check out the full FITS socks review and their website here.

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Outdoor Research Stormbound Jacket Review

Outdoor Research Stormbound Jacket Review

Outdoor Research Stormbound Jacket Review

The Outdoor Research Stormbound Jacket is a quality 650 fill down jacket that is waterproof and has ripstop fabric.

Outdoor Research Jacket Review

Tough, rugged, outdoor jackets built for the ski hill, hiking in the mountains or for every day wear are hard to find. You need them to be waterproof, not tear easily if you take a fall or catch a branch and of course, look cool. The Outdoor Research Stormbound Jacket qualifies with all of these and is a winter coat that offers people who want to be outside in the snow everything they need. The insulated 650 fill down jacket is warm, lightweight and able to withstand any nasty fall on the slopes. Check out the full Outdoor Research Stormbound Jacket Review here. You can find the Stormbound jacket and more on their website as well.  Continue Reading

Tide Apparel Clothing- Cool Fishing Themed Clothing

Tide Apparel

Tide Apparel Hat

The Tide Apparel Respect Snapback would be a great Christmas gift for the young angler on your list who still wants to rock some street wear.

Hunting and fishing gear and clothing is plentiful, but sometimes, many of us would like some clothes that we can not only wear out on the boat, but on the beach and for a night out. Tide Apparel, out of Australia has us covered in times like these. These guys make clothing that not only look good, but are fashionable for street wear. Check out their website here and more clothing like the snapback above below. Continue Reading

Under Armour Ridge Reaper Barren Series Camo

Under Armour Ridge Reaper Camo

Under Armour Ridge Reaper Barren Series Camo

The Under Armour Ridge Reaper Barren Series Camo is a new pattern from UA that offers a disruptive camouflage design

Under Armour used to be the front runner for camouflage apparel for younger and “hipper” hunters. They produced the best fitting, coolest looking and most technologically advanced gear on the market. You could easily spend near $1,000 on a new set of gear, fully equipped from head to toe with the UA symbol. People didn’t mind spending that much either, because they knew they were getting the best stuff out there. At some point though, this all changed and the gear they produced wasn’t the coolest on the market anymore and didn’t offer the best patterns. They’re back in the game.  Continue Reading