This blog post is brought to you in partnership with REI
Every hiker loves a new pair of hiking boots. Don’t you agree?
When REI asked if our team at 52 Hike Challenge would test their new hiking boots, it was like Christmas came early!
Spoiler: these boots would be a great Christmas gift for the hiker in your life!
In this hiking boot review, you will find insights from 52 Hike Challenge co-founder Karla Amador and lead content creator Mandi Carozza.
Get ready to discover:
- Our favorite features of REI’s newest product release
- How the REI Flash boots held up while hiking in many different environments
- Technical specifications and product details
- Why we love these hiking boots
Looking for the perfect gift for the hiker in your life? The team at 52 Hike Challenge curated a list of our top 10 gifts for hikers of all ages and skill levels -- we even included a special treat for your pup! You can find all of these awesome items at your local REI.
Guess what?! We will be giving away each of these items in partnership with REI! Simply enter your info at the bottom of this page, then follow us on social to find out how you can gain extra entries!
Check out our Top 10 Hiking Gifts handpicked by your friends at 52 Hike Challenge now.
Can you imagine your life without clean water?
Just for a moment, try to visualize what that would be like: your drinking water is infested with feces, showers are scarce if at all, and you’re probably really, really sick.
Not just sick with a cold. Sick with a fever. Vomiting. Chills. Headaches. Diarrhea.
Can you imagine that life?
You probably can’t. Because it’s unimaginable. And because no one should ever have to live without access to clean water.
People shouldn’t have to risk their lives every time they take a drink. Children shouldn’t die from waterborne disease before their 5th birthday.
And the United Nations agrees. In 2010, the organization deemed clean drinking water and sanitation to be essential human rights for all.
But illnesses due to poor water quality are still happening every day. And they're not going away. Not unless we do something…
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