Outdoors extras: Must-have sunscreen and an easy-camp quiche
GEAR OF THE WEEK
Gear name: Stay Put
Gear type: Sunscreen
Product description: I’ve turned my wife into a paddler. She doesn’t fish, but she loves taking her kayak to cruise rivers and lakes. Unfortunately for her, the same sun that makes me tan burns her relentlessly. So sunscreen — a kind that won’t wash off if she sweats or gets wet — is a must. Enter Sawyer’s Stay Put. It bonds to skin, making it waterproof and at least sweat resistant. It doesn’t feel greasy going on but stays in place for an extended period of time. And it doesn’t contain harmful PABA chemicals.
See the full article by Bob Frye on TribLive's website here.
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