Review: Stealth Cam Wireless GXW Trail Camera

Review: Stealth Cam's Wireless GXW Trail Camera By Robby Denning, Rokslide Editor While the term "game changer" has become a cliche, I still can't help myself in applying it to trail...

Kifaru Crater Review

Kifaru Crater Review By Jordan Budd, Rokslide Prostaff One thing Kifaru does very well is listen to their customers and design new pack additions from user feedback. The new 2018 Crater...

Kifaru Cavern Review

Kifaru Cavern Review By Tony Trietch, Rokslide Prostaff Ask most any western backpack hunter what they consider their most important pieces of gear and I’d be willing to guess their backpack...

Cold Bow Challenge: What’s Your Maximum Effective Range?

Hey Roksliders, our 2nd annual Cold Bow Challenge kicked off May 5th.  By entering, you can find out what your true maximum effective range (MER) is. Many archers told...

Wildcat Composites Ultralight Tikka T3X Stock Review

Wildcat Composites Ultralight Tikka T3X Stock Review By Tye Abell, Guest Contributor What follows is both a review and how-to article for finishing an aftermarket stock.  I bought my Tikka T3x...

Lathrop and Sons Mountain Hunter Elite Review

Lathrop and Sons Mountain Hunter Elite Review By Brock Akers, Rokslide Prostaff Boots seem to be a constant popular discussion topic amongst the hunting crowd on just about every forum out...

Crispi Briksdal GTX Review

Crispi Briksdal GTX Review By Jordan Budd, Rokslide Prostaff In my opinion, good boots are one of the most important pieces of gear you will have in the backcountry. Your feet...

Sitka Mountain Hauler 6200 Review

Sitka Mountain Hauler 6200 Review By Josh Boyd, Rokslide Prostaff I used my first Sitka pack in 2008 when the Bivy 45 was first introduced. It was a great pack for...
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Review: Nikon Laserforce 10X42 Rangefinding Binoculars

Review: Nikon Laserforce 10X42 Rangefinding Binocular By Matt Cashell, Rokslide Staff Rangefinding binoculars are a great idea.  The convenience and utility of having your rangefinder available at an instants' notice are...
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The Maven RS.1 Rifle Scope

Maven Optics hit the ground running when they introduced their B.1 binoculars in 2014. I knew when they announced a rifle scope they would not disappoint. Here is a quick overview of...

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“I want a big buck, where should I apply?”

The calendar tells me that this is likely the number one question on buck hunters' minds right now.  The days are becoming dim when...

Kuiu Icon

KUIU ICON By Aron Snyder 5lbs 12oz’s (6000) 4lbs 9 oz's (3000) It seems that the design intent for the Icon was simple… bring...

One or Both Eyes Open

One or Both Eyes Open By Guest Contributor, Jimmy Tippetts (Slim Jim) When shooting a compound bow, do you use one or both eyes? This topic...
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Clothing Systems

Clothing Systems   by Luke & Becca Moffat   When it comes to finding clothing for the backpack hunter, there has never been a...

Kifaru Fulcrum Review

Kifaru Fulcrum Review by William Hanson I've been a dyed-in-the-wool Kifaru fan for a few years now and the past year and a half or so...

From Complacent to Capable, Striving for Competent

From Complacent to Capable, Striving for Competent By Chas Carmichael How many threads here at Rokslide start with “What pack/frame should I get?”, “First time out...