Anthony Galluscio Hiking Gear Review #2: Compression Shorts

Anthony Galluscio's Compression Shorts

Anthony Galluscio’s Compression Shorts Review

  • Item: Compression Shorts
  • Quantity: 2
  • Make: Nike
  • Model: Pro Combat (long)
  • Cost: $20/each
  • Weight: 2.38 oz each
  • Rating: Poor
  • Notes: I wore these shorts that supposedly fit up to 3 inches larger than my waist size. However, they are too tight for hiking. About one day into the hike my left leg started to go numb due to pressure on my lateral femoral cutaneous nerve. As a result, I cut the band with a knife, which helped tremendously but ruined the shorts. That was five months ago and I am just starting to get the feeling back in my leg. This is not a general complaint about Nike. I have a lot of Nike gear that I like. Rather, I think that I would avoid wearing tight compression shorts when hiking, independent of the brand.
  • Link: https://www.amazon.com/Nike-Mens-Long-Compression-Shorts/dp/B00AACR6SM

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Anthony Galluscio Social Media

Anthony Galluscio Social Media

I was trying to think of a way to store all of my (Anthony Galluscio Social Media) various social media links. So, I thought I would put a list into a blog posting and update it as they change. To that end, please see all of my existing social media sites below:

In summary, I will update this blog post as I add social media sites. Otherwise, it is very difficult to keep track of all of them. Since this post will not change frequently, I will republish this post if I establish a new social media presence.  However, I will only provide an update to the existing publication if one of the links above changes.

Anthony Galluscio Hiking Gear Review #1: Stove

Introduction

Hello everyone! Last September when I (Anthony Galluscio) thru-hiked the Foothills Trail I was thoughtful about the gear I selected for the trip. However, some of my gear gained high marks and some did not.  Consequently, my goal is to go through my gear piece by piece and provide reviews that may help other hikers.  Especially relevant, I will review my lightweight backpacking stove.

Pictures

Here is my stove:
Anthony Galluscio's Stove
In addition, here is my fuel canister. I carried two, but did not need both.
Anthony Galluscio's Stove Fuel

Anthony Galluscio’s Review

  • Item: Stove
  • Make: MSR
  • Model: Pocket Rocket
  • Cost: $42.50
  • Weight: 4 ounces
  • Rating: Excellent
  • Notes:  I hiked for seven days and camped for six nights using this stove every evening to boil water.  Therefore, I have ample experience using this stove in the field. This stove is capable of bringing water to a boil in minutes. The stove stores in a very small plastic case and is easy to remove. The stove arms fold out easily and the stove is simple to use without instructions.  I did not use even a fraction on one canister of fuel. Overall the stove is easy to light, heats water rapidly, and provides a stable-enough platform. In summary, I was very impressed with this little stove and I would not trade it.
  • Link: https://www.amazon.com/MSR-11792-PocketRocket-Stove/dp/B000A8C5QE

Introducing Anthony Galluscio’s Personal Blog

Introducing Anthony Galluscio

Introducing Anthony Galluscio

This initial posting pertains to introducing Anthony Galluscio. That’s me! My name is Anthony Galluscio. I am the President of Veratics, Inc. Even more importantly, I have a wonderful wife and four great kids. Two of my “kids” are adults and two are well on their way. I am very proud of them all.

This is my first post on this new word press site. To that end,  for future posts I have a goal of covering topics of interest to me that are not related to my work. I will plan to describe my hikes and review equipment that I have used. I also review camping trips that we make in our Jayco Jayflight 23RB travel trailer.

My wife, Becca, and I have a young Cairn Terrier named Sophie that we love and care for.  Therefore,  I will tell you all about Sophie along the way too.

In conclusion, I’ll post this now and next time I promise to add some photos or something more interesting. So, goodbye for now!

For more information go to : http://www.anthonygalluscio.net or http://www.anthonygalluscio.org