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ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only Tenkara for Backpackers: State of the Market Report - Part 2
by Chris Stewart
Part 1 helped you choose the rod. After reading part 2 you'll be all set with the tackle needed to fish tenkara in the backcountry. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Tenkara for Backpackers: State of the Market Report - Part 1
by Chris Stewart
A look at the best rods to bring into the Backcountry. It may not be what you think. Sometimes the best combination takes into account both the weight and the reach of the rod. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Backpacking Tights - Part 1
by Damien Tougas
Tights are a very versatile backpacking tool. Their close fit keeps you warm and quickly wicks away moisture. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Members Only The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 3
by Roger Caffin
Dissatisfied with what was commercially available at the time, the author has been working on the design of a lightweight winter canister stove since 2007. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Members Only The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 2
by Roger Caffin
Dissatisfied with what was commercially available at the time, the author has been working on the design of a lightweight winter canister stove since 2007. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 1
by Roger Caffin
Dissatisfied with what was commercially available at the time, the author has been working on the design of a lightweight winter canister stove since 2007. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only Ultralight Gaiters: State of the Market Report 2013
by Will Rietveld
Balancing weight and durability, ultralight gaiters are crucial to keeping your feet dry and free from debris. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Mountain SuperUltraLight Backpacking – Part 4b: Gear Reviews (Continued)
by Will Rietveld
Adapting SUL for mountain conditions, where frequent weather extremes necessitate more capable gear. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Mountain SuperUltraLight Backpacking – Part 4a: Gear Reviews
by Will Rietveld
Adapting SUL for mountain conditions, where frequent weather extremes necessitate more capable gear. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Members Only Exped Airmat Pumps Spotlite Review
by Roger Caffin
An overview of two pumps used to inflate sleeping pads, to relieve your lungs in the backcountry. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Rab Xenon and Patagonia UL Down Hoody: Comparison and Long-Term Review
by David Chenault
New and evolving technologies necessitate a reexamination of the conventional wisdom of down versus synthetic fill insulation. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Integral Designs Traverse 2 Review
by Roger Caffin
Tunnel Tents Tutorial and State of the Market Report - Mini Reviews Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Members Only Enlightened Equipment Revelation Review
by Chris Wallace
A well-made quilt that offers high-quality materials, high fill-power down, and excellent loft for an incredible price. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Members Only True Lemon and True Lime Spotlite Review
by Roger Caffin
Bored with water in the backcountry? Need to make hydration more appealing for your group? Add some flavor to your water, and vanquish any fear of dehydration or scurvy. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only SOTMR: Two-way Satellite Communications for Backpacking: Part 3: Satellite Texting
by Rex Sanders
Part 3 in our series on satellite communications focuses on the currently available two-way texting devices suitable for lightweight backpacking. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only New Balance 889 Multisport Review
by Roger Caffin
These new trail shoes have gone the way of the Vibram sole. How does this development affect performance? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only SOTMR: Two-way Satellite Communications for Backpacking: Part 2 - Satellite Phones
by Rex Sanders
Part 2 in our 3 part series on satellite communications focuses on the currently available sat phones suitable for lightweight backpacking. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
SOTMR: Two-way Satellite Communications for Backpacking: Part 1 - Introduction
by Rex Sanders
Part 1 in our 3 part series on two-way satellite communications for lightweight backpacking. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Mountain Hardwear SuperMegaUL 2 Review
by Brad Groves
Mainstream manufacturers are catching on, and competition in the ~2lb tent range is fierce. The SuperMegaUL2 is a brilliant addition to this growing field. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Mountain Hardwear Speed 32 Sleeping Bag Review
by Brad Groves
A predominantly well engineered sleeping bag that suffers from a small, yet serious design flaw. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Members Only Deuter ACTLite 40+10 Spotlite Review
by Roger Caffin
SpotLite Review of Deuter's new clean, yet multi-featured pack - perfect for thru-hiking in the Alps. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Members Only Easton UL Carbon 3 Trekking Poles Spotlite Review
by Roger Caffin
How do these 3-section poles hold up to the rigors of thru-hiking? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Ibex Clothing Review
by Brad Groves
A merino wool layering system to keep you dry and comfortable on cool summer nights. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Sierra Designs Cloud 15 Review
by Brad Groves
A 29 oz sleeping bag featuring vertical baffles and Insotect technology... is it worth the weight? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Westcomb Focus LT Hoody Review
by Ryan Jordan
Superb fit and finish, high breathability, and nice mix of features, but durability insurance doesn't come with the $280 price tag - and at 9 oz, is it light enough? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Hyperlite Mountain Gear Porter 4400 Backpack Review
by Ryan Jordan and Chris Wallace
Durable lightweight packs that can carry a larger volume (and higher weight) expedition kit. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Alpacka Stowaway Dry Suit Review
by Ryan Jordan
A 22-ounce waterproof dry suit designed for packrafters with an eye towards saving weight and bulk on longer expeditions. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only How Packs Work
by David Chenault
The evolution of the frameless backpack and an analysis of current technology and features of four lightweight packs: the Golite Jam, Mountain Hardwear Thruway, Black Diamond Demon, and the authors MYOG Black and White pack. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Boreas Buttermilks 55 Review
by Brad Groves
Sure they look nice, but how do these clean, uncomplicated packs from new manufacturer Boreas handle the trails? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Olicamp Xcelerator/Fire-Maple FMS-117V Ti Stove Review
by Brad Groves and Ryan Jordan
Finally, a remote-canister stove without the extra weight. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Tools for Human Powered Oversnow Travel - State of the Market Report
by David Chenault
Fat bike, skis, or snowshoes? A discussion of the most efficient tools for oversnow travel. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only Windshirts: 2012 State of the Market Report - Part 2: The Present and Future of Windshirts
by Dave Chenault, Photos by Meredith Chenault and the author
Weatherproof, lightweight, breathable. Might the windshirt be the ultimate tool in the lightweight backpacker's arsenal? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Big Agnes Fly Creek 2 Platinum Tent Review
by Brad Groves
At 5 ounces less than its predecessor, is the new Fly Creek worth the extra price? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Brooks-Range Foray 2P Tent Review
by Brad Groves
With its polka-dots and odd shape, can this unique 3-season shelter be taken seriously? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Sailors, Rappers, & Ultralight Backpackers: A Walk with the Timberland Cadion
by Brad Groves
Has Timberland found a niche the lightweight market? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Solo-Plus Tent Round-Up
by Chris Wallace
A look at five lightweight shelters with extra space for your partner, gear, or four-legged companion. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Down Jacket Shoot-out: GoLite Bitterroot vs. Rab Infinity
by Danny Milks & Kristin Tennessen
A comparison of two full-featured down jackets with Quantum GL fabric and 850 fill power down. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Rab Kinetic Jacket Review
by Chris Wallace
A fully featured hard shell at a minimal weight. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Zpacks Multi-Pack Review
by Chris Wallace
A unique accessory pocket that can be used in multiple ways. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
New Balance Minimus MT00 Review
by Chris Wallace
An extremely minimal trail runner with options for the wide footed. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only Windshirts: 2012 State of the Market Report - Part 1: What is a Windshirt?
by David Chenault
Weatherproof, lightweight, breathable. Might the windshirt be the ultimate tool in the lighwieght backpacker's arsenal? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Black Diamond Axiom 40 Backpack Review
by Will Rietveld
A lightweight sub-3-pound internal frame backpack that’s well designed, durable, comfortable, and features freedom of movement innovations. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
New Balance MT810 Review
by Roger Caffin
**(Updated 10/25: Addendum after Heavy Use)** A review of the latest in the New Balance 8xx series of light low-cut joggers and comparison to the previously-reviewed MT875 and MT876 shoes. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Timberland LiteTrace Boot Review
by David Chenault
Review of Timberland's new waterproof lightweight hiking boot. Do they belong in the lightweight backpacker's quiver? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only Rain Pants State of the Market Report
by Brad Groves
A critical look at seven lightweight rain pants to keep you dry this spring. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Members Only Rackless Carry Systems for Lightweight Bikepacking
by David Chenault
Reviews of the Revelate Designs Viscacha and Porcelain Rocket Booster Rocket Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only Light and Fast Packs for Bikepacking
by David Chenault
In Part 2 of our exploration of Lightweight Bikepacking, Dave reviews some notable packs and examines their utility for bikepacking. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Bask Light 69 Pack Review
by Roger Caffin
This lightweight mountaineering pack from Russia provides large volume, simplicity, and durability. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
OMM Kamleika Race Smock, Jacket, and Pants Review
by Danny Milks & Kristin Tennessen
Waterproof shells with a minimalist design and four-way stretch fabric Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Granite Gear Blaze A.C. 60 Review
by Brad Groves
Will it light the trails on fire? Read More...

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