All posts by Nolan Osborne

Cold Weather Layering With Beyond Clothing – Expedition Layering Systems Pt 2

In this article, I’ll cover the gear that’s most applicable for late-season pursuits, but don’t read this as a late-season-only overview. Think about where and when you hunt and the environmental variables you typically encounter and apply this to what is covered in this article series.

Warm Weather Layering with Beyond Clothing – Expedition Layering Systems

When it comes to the backcountry, quality technical clothing is an incredible asset. The ability to regulate moisture and body temperature across a wide range of environments — and exertion levels– is nothing short of groundbreaking.

How to Prep for Hunts by Training All Day, By Todd Bumgardner

What in the heck happened? You trained. It shouldn’t be like this. The problem is you made a mistake that a lot of hunters make while physically prepping for a hunt: You didn’t train all day.

EP 264: Beyond Clothing – Expedition Layering Systems at Unbeatable Prices

Adam & Nolan share the current “JOMH Top Gear” Campaign with Beyond Clothing – a whopping 35% discount – and walk through some of their favorite pieces. There’s not much better than great gear at unbeatable prices. This promotion runs through May 10th, 2021 so don’t hesitate folks!

EP 263: Quick & Dirty with Wardo, Understanding Sleep Hygiene

Wardo explains sleep hygiene, and how you can incorporate it into your fitness schedule to improve your everyday life, in and out of the backcountry.

EP 262: Food, Fire, and Friends with Burch Barrel

Adam sits down with Corey Piersol, Business Ops Manager at Burch Barrel, to talk about cooking over fire and cooking in community. Be warned, if you haven’t eaten already this one will have you drooling.

EP 261: Quick & Dirty with Wardo, Less Is More

On this episode, Wardo brings us back to the fundamentals and explains why more often isn’t more.

EP 260: Down Bags, Bears & Sheep

Nolan reviews the Thermarest Questar 0F sleeping bag, and touches on BC’s spring bear season, and the importance of age class with sheep and goats.

A Mixed Bag of Adventure, by Justin Cotton

The wind roared across the alpine lake as my dad carefully loaded his small raft with gear. Nearby, I did the same with my sixteen-foot canoe. Soon we would be paddling down a chain of high-country lakes, heading for a stream that served as the lake’s outlet.

Wound Ballistics: A Bullet’s Life on the Inside, By Mike McTee

When you turn to shooting experts, they often cite personal experience and manufacturer testing. In some cases, they shoot bullets into ballistic gels or similar mediums intended to replicate animal or human tissue. These tests tell the shooter how well their bullet penetrates and retains weight, but ballistic gels lack skin, bone, and organs, all of which influence a bullet’s performance.