I injured my back, suffered a significant infection in my foot and lost a toenail over the ordeal, but in the end, I survived all 780km of the Camino de Santiago. Needless to say, I have some pretty firm feelings on how the gear I relied on for over a month preformed. You might remember that before I left for Spain, I wrote the first part of a hardware review for The Globe & Mail on the hardware I'd be taking with me.
Well, here's the second part.
It focuses on how each device I jammed into my pack (as well as the pack itself) worked out for me in the field. If you're in the market for some new outdoor gear, you might want to take a few minutes to give it a boo.