Mountain Weekly recently included the Weego 66 in a list of great Father’s Day gift ideas for dads who are always on the go.
“It’s 8:45PM, after 15 hours outdoors on the trail and the ridges, when he realizes he left his lights on and there are no other cars at the trailhead. But luckily he has his Weego 66, able to jump start basically anything with an engine. But he can also use it for charging his phone, his lights, his laptop, all those tools he uses for posting his Adventure-Dad blog.
Potent Portable Power Sources – Jim Jeffries of American Survival Guide Put Weego Portable Power Solutions to the Test (February 2018)
Every now and then, I come across products that seem almost too good to be true. That is the case with the line of portable power products by New Jersey-based Weego (a division of Paris Corporation). Since 2014, Weego has been busy designing and engineering innovative products that supposedly have some remarkable abilities. Eager to find out if these products performed as advertised, I contacted Weego and asked for some samples to test.
Maybe he’s an avid camper. Maybe he’s a fisherman or sailor, a hiker, golfer or biker. However the dads in your life enjoy the outdoors, there is plenty of new gear to enhance their experience — just in time for Dad’s Day.
If your dad likes to spend time on the water or in the woods or on the golf course, do him a favor this Father’s Day and give him something he’ll actually like and use.
There are plenty of new items in a range of prices that are sure to make fathers happy, and several of them can be used whether he’s fishing, camping, boating or golfing.
With summer now upon us (in most parts of the country anyway, it’s still snowing at our cabin in Nederland), we are starting to spend more time out traveling and living in our custom camper van. It’s a 2013 Econoline we’ve been converting into a “sportsmobile” for the last two years. We are constantly studying and working on innovative ways to improve our #VanLife; as well as testing new products and reviewing them to help improve yours.
Here’s a look at five new pieces of gear we put through the ringer on a recent road trip to Joshua Tree National Park, Palm Springs and the Salton Sea in Southern California.
Most outdoorsmen have had to deal with a dead battery at some point, and depending on your location, the event can range from a hassle to an emergency. Picture you sitting on the anchor listening to tunes, the bait tank running and the many various accessories that we consider a necessity. Read More
Before you know it, the annual gift-giving season will be upon us. I don’t know about you, but I like to start the shopping early to spread the cost over a couple of months. If you’ve got outdoor types on your list, here are a few ideas that are sure to make them happy.