Brothers

To do some minor repairs while cycling South America, I´ll be carrying Crank Brothers M19 multi-tool. M19 hasn’t got the film star looks or the chunky utilitarian feel of some of its competitors, but it does do almost everything right. Tech Specs: chain tool: 8/9/10 speed compatible spoke...

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Commuter II

To pedal in warmer weather and to cross frozen river in Patagonia while bikepacking South America, I´ll be wearing Keen Commuter II sandals. This SPD compatible hard-working bicycle shoe delivers dual functionality by doubling as a trail sandal for light treks when I´m not carrying Vibram FiveFingers ...

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Trigger

To fire my Studio Flash wireless for the Family Portraits while cycling South America, I´ll be using a couple Yongnuo RF-603 triggers. I´d been using these cheap & reliable Chinese transceivers for years, and although they´re pretty delicate, I never had an issue with them and they...

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Hydra

To keep my fingers dry & warm while cycling South America (even at torrential downpours above 12000ft at the high Andes), I´ll be wearing Mountain Hardwear Hydra Pro gloves. They´ve excellent grip and descent insulation + they´re waterproof but still breathable...

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Expedition

When temps turn eyelash-freezingly cold while cycling South America, I´ll pull on the Minus 33 Men's Kobuk Expedition 1/4 Zip. This expedition-weight merino wool layer lives for nut-numbing chairlift rides in the high Andes! Tech Specs: • Mock Neck for added Insulation • Zip for venting • 100% 18.5 Micron...

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Vagabond

To power my Studio Flash (500+ times per charge) while cycling South America to make+print+deliver Family Portraits, I´ll be using Paul C. Buff´s Vagabond Mini. This small and lightweight (just 3.5 pounds) travel pack will also aloud me to charge my printer, notebook, camera in the...

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