A customized Summit pack nearing completion. All that is left is to create the removable waterproof liner, and the internal frame sheet and then its off to a new adventurer! 
Materials Used:
210D Gridstop w/Spectra Weave
Mil-spec MOLLE Straps
YKK Waterproof Zippers
Nylon Hardware
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www.roamready.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/RoamReadyTX
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A customized Summit pack nearing completion. All that is left is to create the removable waterproof liner, and the internal frame sheet and then its off to a new adventurer! 
Materials Used:
210D Gridstop w/Spectra Weave
Mil-spec MOLLE Straps
YKK Waterproof Zippers
Nylon Hardware
-Z
www.roamready.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/RoamReadyTX
ZoomInfo
A customized Summit pack nearing completion. All that is left is to create the removable waterproof liner, and the internal frame sheet and then its off to a new adventurer! 
Materials Used:
210D Gridstop w/Spectra Weave
Mil-spec MOLLE Straps
YKK Waterproof Zippers
Nylon Hardware
-Z
www.roamready.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/RoamReadyTX
ZoomInfo

A customized Summit pack nearing completion. All that is left is to create the removable waterproof liner, and the internal frame sheet and then its off to a new adventurer! 

Materials Used:

210D Gridstop w/Spectra Weave

Mil-spec MOLLE Straps

YKK Waterproof Zippers

Nylon Hardware

-Z

www.roamready.com

https://www.etsy.com/shop/RoamReadyTX

A custom ‘Tactical Summit Pack’ coming to life! So far you can see the back panel and the two side panels (almost complete). Hoping to have this totally rad pack out before Taylor and I head to the Grand Tetons for an adventure of our own!

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www.roamready.com
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A custom ‘Tactical Summit Pack’ coming to life! So far you can see the back panel and the two side panels (almost complete). Hoping to have this totally rad pack out before Taylor and I head to the Grand Tetons for an adventure of our own!

-Z
www.roamready.com
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A custom ‘Tactical Summit Pack’ coming to life! So far you can see the back panel and the two side panels (almost complete). Hoping to have this totally rad pack out before Taylor and I head to the Grand Tetons for an adventure of our own!

-Z
www.roamready.com
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A custom ‘Tactical Summit Pack’ coming to life! So far you can see the back panel and the two side panels (almost complete). Hoping to have this totally rad pack out before Taylor and I head to the Grand Tetons for an adventure of our own!

-Z
www.roamready.com
ZoomInfo

A custom ‘Tactical Summit Pack’ coming to life! So far you can see the back panel and the two side panels (almost complete). Hoping to have this totally rad pack out before Taylor and I head to the Grand Tetons for an adventure of our own!

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www.roamready.com

Vídeo completamente louco, estes dois riders com o precipício mesmo ao lado, é caso para dizer, ao mínimo erro a morte do artista :)

Here’s to Adventure Monday! A totally sick vid to get you pumped and ready to take on the world!

This is from our friend Crazy Dan and to the crazy dudes that shot this; hats off!

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One hundred years ago today, 21-year-old Edward ‘Ryko’ Reichenbach broke the record for the fastest person to cycle from Adelaide to Darwin, completing the journey in just 28 days.

Man, what an epic journey! Here is to your Hump Day and may you find yourself one day closer to your epic adventure!

Cheers,

Roam Ready

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Don’t forget 5/14 is the last day to get a summit pack in your choice of Cuben Fabric, Grid-stop Dyneema, or X-pac for $50.00 OFF!

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We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 
We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 
Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 
Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.
www.roamready.com
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/
www.mountainproject.com
-Z
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We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 
We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 
Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 
Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.
www.roamready.com
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/
www.mountainproject.com
-Z
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We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 
We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 
Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 
Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.
www.roamready.com
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/
www.mountainproject.com
-Z
ZoomInfo
We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 
We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 
Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 
Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.
www.roamready.com
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/
www.mountainproject.com
-Z
ZoomInfo
We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 
We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 
Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 
Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.
www.roamready.com
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/
www.mountainproject.com
-Z
ZoomInfo
We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 
We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 
Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 
Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.
www.roamready.com
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/
www.mountainproject.com
-Z
ZoomInfo
We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 
We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 
Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 
Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.
www.roamready.com
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/
www.mountainproject.com
-Z
ZoomInfo
We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 
We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 
Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 
Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.
www.roamready.com
http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/
www.mountainproject.com
-Z
ZoomInfo

We survived! Any trip with me tends to get you; lost, off-route, and usually exhausted. But after getting poor directions from a well meaning scout master we arrived at the Orange Peel climbing area. We made our way up a very quick 5.5 Jack Knife in the hopes of rapping down the backside and then climbing up Cave Crack 5.6. 

We sent the 5.5 with heavy packs, rapped off the back and found ourselves wondering which way to go. This ended with me crawling up through a series of boulders and onto a beautiful slab with a crack, for which I did not have any of the right pro. So I down climbed 20ft and backwards through my boulder-cave thing. 

Because we where on a schedule we had to bail and made our way up and over E-rock. -We will be back, and better prepared. 

Check out Mtn. Project or rockclimbing.com for better Beta than the aforementioned guide.

www.roamready.com

http://www.rockclimbing.com/routes/North_America/United_States/Texas/South_Central_Texas/Enchanted_Rock_State_Park/

www.mountainproject.com

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