Could the Strap and Crap turn out to be one of those absolutely brilliant pieces of outdoor gear that you never knew you needed? Outdoor enthusiast Laura Stude came up with the idea for this wonderfully named product after a hiking trip to Colorado. One squatting mishap later, she dreamed of something to make the entire process go much smoother.
Winter weather usually means contanstly exposing your skin to harsh conditions- low humidity, cold and wind when you head outside, then blasted with hot dry air when you come back inside. These extremes can do a number on your skin, leaving your hands and face chapped and irritated. Sports such as climbing, cycling, running, and hiking can also cause skin irritation and chafing if not prevented.
Vermont based Clean Ethics set out to change the way you sanitize your hard to clean drinking vessels by creating Bottle Bright, a uniquely formulated non-toxic and biodegradable cleaner option. Recognizing that dirty water containers are a much bigger problem beyond the outdoor set, Clean Ethics donates an equal amount of Bottle Bright for every one of your purchases to people in developing nations.
For anyone that has had the pleasure of using a Wag Bag, you will understand how difficult and uncomfortable it can be to do your business in the outdoors. With many State and National parks looking to adopt the pack it out principle to human waste, the much feared Wag Bag may become an even more prevalent part of your backcountry kit.