Wednesday, October 12, 2016

GoPro Hero5 Black Unboxing

So, you heard there's a new GoPro Hero5 out? Well we've got it! And we're unboxing it for the first time so you can know exactly what you're getting. Watch and see what all the hype is about!

- Jake

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Rob Keller MD - Original Glutathione Formula (OGF)

In today's world, there's no shortage of multivitamins, super foods, and supplements meant to boost your body's natural functions and improve your health. Making a good choice can be a little daunting as there are so many options out there. Lengthy-worded ingredients, too-good-to-be-true promises, and expensive prices can make your head spin. I recently had the opportunity to try out an antioxidant supplement meant to boost your body's Glutathione levels. Rather than busting out a dictionary and googling the pronunciation of the word, I'll just do it for you.

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Xshot Pro Pole Camera Extender Review

In a world now full of action cameras and selfies, the options are constantly growing for accessories that will up your video, photography, or social media game. Being able to capture images and videos in new points-of-view (POV) has transformed how we look at the world. So how do you know which accessories are the best for you and your cameras? Well, that's where we at theBREAKDOWN come in, of course! Today, we review the Xshot Pro Pole.

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Ramen noodles are a staple in almost any college student's diet and can be found in almost every kitchen cupboard. Have you ever thought of what else you could use it for? In this Quick Tip, learn an easy way to put those little flavor packets to good use.

- Jake

Friday, December 18, 2015

What I Look For in a Backpack

In this review we have teamed up to write the top 5 things we look for when purchasing a new backpack. Hopefully this will help you consider what you really want in a pack before you purchase a new one.

 - 5 - 

Dayton – Back Ventilation: I got my wife to scratch my back after a long hike once. She learned her lesson. My back needs to get some cool mountain air flowing on it to keep it happy. I look for a pack that allows airflow to my back.

Jeff – Rain Cover: Built-in rain covers are great for sudden downpours you might experience on the trail. They stash in a special pocket at the bottom of the bag and all you have to do is zip it open and pull the cover of your bag and you’re good to go. 

Jake – Pockets/Compartments: I'm a huge pocket guy! I like my gear organized and compartmentalized. That being said, this isn't a deal breaker. Obviously, there should be different areas on a pack to store different gear, depending on how often you need to access it and where the weight is stored. There are certain items I want to grab in a second and others I won't need until I get to camp and others still I won't use at all unless there's an emergency. All these should have their specific place in my pack. I want to feel like I'm carrying a backpack, not a stuff sack. Storage sacks can help if you have a pack that doesn't have as many pockets, but try to think about where you would put the gear you already own on the pack you're looking at. (See #1)

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