Outdoorspedia is a website that provides advice, recommendations, and reviews on the best gear for all your adventuring needs. Whether you are camping in the woods or hunting big game, we have something to offer you. We provide expert-level tips on how to enjoy the great outdoors and survive if you get into trouble. Our team of editors has chosen and tested the best products available so that our readers know they can depend on them when going out into nature.
Our goal is to become the no. 1 source to provide our readers with the best possible advice for enjoying the great outdoors. We also want to help you find the right gear so that you can have a safe and enjoyable experience while exploring the world around you.
Outdoorspedia is run by a team of experts who are passionate about the outdoors and helping people have the best possible experience while enjoying nature. Our team includes:
All the products that we recommend on Outdoorspedia have been put to the test by our team of experts. We only recommend products that we would use ourselves. This means that you can be sure you are getting the best possible advice when choosing gear for your next adventure. This way we tackle each product-choosing issue you might face in the most logical and unbiased manner possible.
Outdoorspedia is an independently owned and operated website. We do not accept forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions, or other forms of compensation. We strive to provide honest opinions and reviews on the products we feature. The views and opinions expressed on this website are purely our own. If we claim or appear to be experts on a certain topic or product, we will only endorse products or services that we believe, based on our expertise, are worthy of such endorsement.
Apart from just facilitating your outdoor adventures, and making people’s lives easier overall, we do care about our business development and runnining it smoothly. To ensure that, certain profit is required. We joined a number of affiliate programs from various online stores and manufacturers. If anything is sold with the help of our reviews, we get a small commission. It, however, doesn’t really matter, which exactly model we sell – the commissions are not differentiated among brands and manufacturers, which allows us to make our research completely unbiased.
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Bryan is one of our leading experts since he’s got a vast expertise in practically everything connected to the outdoors. He’s been hiking since he was a young boy, was an organizer of kayaking tours which later led to another passion of his – kayak fishing. Now, he’s a part-time expert consultant involved in our multiple product tests and topic research.
Rick is a former news reporter who decided that the corporate world wasn’t for him and took off to travel the world. He’s been to every continent (yes, even Antarctica!) and has tried out a multitude of outdoor gear along the way. From tents to hiking boots, he’s probably tested it all. Now, he’s one of our full-time product testers and experts.
Alexandra is a full-time employee in one of the local magazines about nature. Luckily, we’ve managed to steal a part of her incredible talent so that she could help us make our articles much more lively.
We call Rafael an «IT monster» for a reason: he knows everything about programming and SEO so is responsible for our site to not only exist but also function well.
Brittany is currently a student studying modern Art. She’s also great at various visual editors, so making our articles so nicely organized is a piece of cake for her.
Jill holds a Master’s degree in English Literature, has a vast experience as an English teacher, and is now our irreplaceable editor in chief.