Gear

Here we've listed the gear we've been using on our adventures. The prices of these items are subject to change, and only represent what we paid. Many of these items were accumulated over the course of years in preparation for our larger trips, but all were still in working condition when we started. Over the course of our travels, some items were worn out/lost/destroyed/etc and had to be replaced.

Backpacking/Hiking Gear Johanna:


REI Co-Op Flash 60 Pack Women's - $100.00
Big Agnes Windy Point 2 Footprint - $23.93
REI Co-op Flash Insulated Air Sleeping Pad - $109.00
Exped Schnozzel Pump Bag - $39.00 
Marmot Trestles 15 Sleeping Bag - Womens - $119.00
Cocoon Ultralight Air-Core Pillow - $30.95
LifeStraw Personal Water Filter - $11.99
Etekcity Ultralight Portable Outdoor Camping Stove - $10.99
Frontiersman Insider Bear Safe - $69.38
Sea To Summit X-Pot Kettle 1.3 Liters - $44.95
The North Face Base Camp Travel Canister - $16.93
MPOWERD Luci Lux Pro Inflatable Solar Lantern - $35.00
Midland Weather Alert Crank Radio - $49.95
Kuhl Uberkuhl Hat - $26.00
tentree Burney Hoodie - $35.83
Kuhl Kliffside Convertible Pants - $43.83 
Ridgemont Outfitters Monty Hi - Womens - $139.00

Total Backpacking/Hiking Gear Johanna Cost = $905.73


Backpacking/Hiking Gear Josh:


REI Co-Op Flash 65 Pack Men's - $100.00
Big Agnes Windy Point 2 Tent - $143.93
REI Co-op Flash Insulated Air Sleeping Pad - $109.00
Marmot Trestles 15 Sleeping Bag - Mens - $119.00
Cocoon Ultralight Air-Core Pillow - $30.95
LifeStraw Personal Water Filter - $11.99
Katadyn Base Camp Pro 10L Water Filter - $99.95
Vapur Element Water Bottle 34 oz. - $13.95
SOL Survival Blanket - $7.00
MPOWERD Luci Lux Inflatable Solar Lantern - $15.00
Kuhl Renegade Hat - $26.00
Kuhl Renegade Convertible Pants - $99.00
Ridgemont Outfitters Monty Hi - Mens - $139.00

Total Backpacking/Hiking Gear Josh Cost = $914.77

Motorcycle Camping Gear:

Eureka Apex 2 Tent - $62.98 - Replaced in Texas with:
Alps Mountaineering Lynx 4 Person Tent - $119.99
Teton Sports Tracker 5F Double-Wide Sleeping Bag - $136.37
Therm-a-Rest Treo Chair - $74.93 X 2 ($149.86)
Scrubba Portable Laundry System Wash Bag - $34.99
Ohuhu 8 Piece Lightweight Outdoor Cooking Set - $14.99
Master Lock Python Cable Locks X 2 (keyed alike) - $34.05
Solar Phone Charger - $25.99 X 2 (51.98)
Gerber Gator Machete - $15.34
Arteck Battery Jump Starter - $39.99
BikeMaster Portable Mini Air Compressor - $24.29

Total Motorcycle Camping Gear Cost = $684.83


Riding Gear Johanna:



Scorpion EXO-R410 Helmet - $139.95 - Replaced with:
Scorpion EXO-AT950 Helmet - $324.90
Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - $112.12
Icon 1000 Hella Women's Jacket - $275.00 - Replaced with:
Icon 1000 Fairlady Women's Jacket - $225.00
Fox Racing Low Pro Hydration Pack - $54.95 
Troy Lee GP Airway Women's Jersey - $22.40 
REV'IT! Summit 2 H2O Women's Gloves - $139.99
Fly Coolpro II Women's Gloves - $26.96 - Replaced with:
Icon Anthem Georacer Women's Gloves - $30.00
UglyBros Women's Twiggy Jeans - $88.00
Icon 1000 Elsinore Women's Boots - $245.00 - Replaced with:
TCX Drifter WP Boots - $299.99

Johanna's Total Gear Cost = $1,984.26

Riding Gear Josh:

AFX FX-39 Dual Sport Helmet - $144.95
Sena SMH5-FM Bluetooth Headset - $112.12
Icon 1000 Forestall Jacket - $300.00 - Replaced with:
Klim Revener Jacket - $529.99
Ogio Flight Vest - $169.99 
Icon 1000 Jackknife Jersey - $35.00
REV'IT! Hydra H2O Gloves - $99.99
Scorpion Skrub Gloves - $24.95
Icon Hooligan Denim Pants - $120.00 - Destroyed in water crossing, replaced with:
Klim Outrider Pants - $179.99
Icon 1000 El Bajo Boots - $190.00 - Replaced with:
Icon 1000 Elsinore Boots - $170.00

Josh's Total Gear Cost = $2,076.98

Zero's Gear:



Rex Specs X-Small Goggle - $67.96
Ruff On The Road 'Step Outside' Collar in Jungle Expedition - $26.00
Ruffwear Flat Out Dog Leash - $29.95
Ruffwear Front Range Dog Harness - $39.99
Dog Helios Thunder Full-Body Dog Jacket - $48.99
Kuryakyn Grand Pet Palace - $196.00

Zero's Total Gear Cost = $408.89


2 comments:

  1. Good stuff. Thanks

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  2. As an avid bike rider with four decades of riding behind me, I couldn't agree more that it's not about what the bike is as long as it's right for you and does what you need it too.

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