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Crescent Moon Gold Series 9 Snowshoe REVIEW
by Jay Ham
Nice innovations including a shape that allows a more natural walking gait, but heavy. Read More...
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Gossamer Gear NightLight Sleeping Pad (Torso Length) REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Durable, resistant to compression, and very comfortable for the weight, but a couple of extra inches would be nice. Read More...
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Northern Lites Elite Snowshoe REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
The lightest snowshoes on the market, but with less traction than heavier shoes. Read More...
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Tarptent Virga 2 REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
This upgrade to the classic Virga is a quarter pound heavier and includes some nice improvements, and some changes that need more tweaking. Read More...
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Tubbs Elevation Snowshoe REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Clever, simple, user-friendly, and durable; but heavy. Read More...
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Crescent Moon Gold Series 12 Snowshoe REVIEW
by Jay Ham
A sprinter's dream with lightweight - although less durable - materials, narrow tapered tails, and an aggressive toe cleat. Read More...
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Dion Model 168 Rec/Fitness Snowshoe REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Modular design allows you to customize these snowshoes to the person and snow conditions, or upgrade instead of buying new snowshoes. Read More...
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Jacks 'R' Better No Sniveller Universal Quilt REVIEW
by Carol Crooker
Puffy down quilt/underquilt/poncho - so nice! Just trim the footbox please. Read More...
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Jetboil French Press and Companion Cup REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Two accessories to add utility to your Jetboil Personal Cooking System. Read More...
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MSR Lightning Ascent Snowshoe REVIEW
by Jay Ham
Innovative, with traction - and weight - to spare. Read More...
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Tubbs Catalyst Snowshoe REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
An asymmetric frame and lightweight durable materials - like titanium crampons - give these racing shoes a lot of attitude, but they're not cut out for general backcountry use. Read More...
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Fanatic Fringe Alpine Trail Backpack REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
A durable small volume pack for SuperUltraLight backpacking or day hiking that would benefit from load control features. Read More...
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Comparison: Brunton Liberty Mantleless and Vaude/Markill Peak Illuminator Canister Lanterns - Is Mantleless Better?
by Will Rietveld
A mantleless canister lantern is breakthrough technology, but how does it compare with a conventional mantle-type lantern? Read More...
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Brunton Raptor Canister Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Wide pot supports and rugged - but heavy - stainless steel construction, for only 40 bucks. Read More...
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Kovea X2 Canister Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
A good value for a sturdy, but heavy canister stove at approximately $27 US (where it’s available). Read More...
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Kovea Camp 3 Canister Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Titanium stove - identical twin to the Markill Peak Ignition, and sister to the Vargo Jet-Ti - that has some problems in wind. Read More...
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Markill Peak Ignition Canister Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Compact and lightweight but sensitive to wind. Identical twin to the Kovea Camp 3, and sister to the Vargo Jet-Ti sold in the US. Read More...
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Rab Quantum Top Bag Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Will Rietveld and Jay Ham
The original top bag is state-of-the art in some ways, and an antique in others. Read More...
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Mo-go-gear Fire-fly Alcohol Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Lightweight alcohol stove cooking system with great fuel economy that needs a pot stand redesign. Read More...
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Montane 180 Rain Shell REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
This waterproof/breathable polyurethane laminate pullover is light, but could lose more weight by eliminating extra features. Read More...
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Montane Air Jacket Rain Shell REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Full-featured multi-purpose eVENT rain jacket that weighs less than 13 ounces, but what's the deal with the wire brim on the hood? Read More...
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MontBell Peak Jacket Rain Shell REVIEW
by Don Wilson
A full featured rain shell with pit zips that weighs only 11.2 ounces (size L), but how does the fabric - MontBell Breeze Dry-Tec three-layer waterproof/breathable - perform? Read More...
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Equinox Full Moon Chaps REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Silnylon rain chaps that are freakishly light but limited in application and best paired with a poncho or cagoule. Read More...
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GoLite Ultra-Lite Poncho/Tarp REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Just because Skurka and Coup chose this raingear/shelter for their record-setting thru-hikes, that doesn't mean it will work for you. Here's the scoop on a tough poncho that makes a great shelter but suffers a little in raingear mode. Read More...
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GoLite Reed Rain Pants REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
The lightest waterproof/breathable rain pants available: nearly perfect, with one glaring problem - that we show you how to address "easily enough" without adding a lot of weight. Read More...
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Outdoor Research Seattle Sombrero Rain Hat REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
A functional and lightweight waterproof-breathable rain hat that becomes a performance liability in warm conditions. Read More...
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Oware Gore-Tex Rain Chaps REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Bushwalkers take note: these chaps are tough, breathable, and weigh less than six ounces. Read More...
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Exped Wallcreeper Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Marty Coatney
Two-pound down bag rated to freezing with a foot section that can be opened, armholes, and full front zip to convert it into a vest. Read More...
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Nunatak Arc Ghost Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Innovative variable girth top bag that weighs under a pound and is rated to freezing. Read More...
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Speer Hammocks Frog Sac Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Carol Crooker
Warm weather, full-length center zip, PrimaLoft insulated sleeping bag. Read More...
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Speer Hammocks PeaPod and Top Blanket REVIEW
by Carol Crooker
Down blanket that completely surrounds a hammock and sleeper, along with a narrow down top blanket designed specifically for hammock use. Read More...
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Six Moon Designs Comet Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Removable stays, an internal pad pocket, and adjustability over a wide torso length range make the Comet unique. Read More...
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Speer Hammocks 8.0 A Hammock REVIEW
by Carol Crooker
Simple, rugged, top entry hammock with large silnylon canopy. Read More...
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Black Diamond Zenix IQ LED Headlamp REVIEW
by Rick Dreher
Combines 1-watt LED technical lighting prowess with more economical standard 5 millimeter LEDs for non-technical pursuits. Read More...
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Princeton Tec Corona LED Headlamp REVIEW
by Rick Dreher
Eight-LED array powered by three AA batteries. Read More...
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Big Sky Products (SummitShelters) Revolution 2P UL Tent REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Light weight, single-wall Epic shell, two-person freestanding tent. Read More...
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GoLite Vision Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
A panel loading internal frame pack with a small volume and very low profile that offers comfort with excellent organizational features. Read More...
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Gregory Spectrum Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
An internal frame panel loading pack with a polished design, plenty of features, and rock solid performance. The Lexus of small volume panel loaders? Perhaps. Read More...
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Mountainsmith Ghost LT Backpack REVIEW
by Rick Dreher
Panel-loading single-compartment 3000 cubic-inch (50 L) internal frame backpack. Read More...
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Crux X2 Storm Tent REVIEW
by Ryan Jordan
The lightest double-wall four-pole mountaineering tent available. Read More...
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Mountain Hardwear EV2 Tent REVIEW
by Alan Dixon
Roomy two-person mountaineering tent with fire retardant waterproof/breathable canopy fabric of pre-stretched polyester. Read More...
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Outdoor Designs Summit Extreme Tent REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Single wall, low-profile, and built for altitude: the Summit Extreme belongs on a high mountain ridge. Read More...
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Nemo Tenshi Tent REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Two-person bomber tent constructed of eVENT - waterproof, very breathable, and now rarely available in tents. Read More...
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Aarn Liquid Agility Backpack REVIEW
by Ryan Jordan
Dynamic suspension and a unique redistribution of weight breaks the industry mold in backpack suspension design. Read More...
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Granite Gear Wisp Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Technical day pack that keeps loads close (SUL'ers take note: you might be able to eke an overnight out this one...). Read More...
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Macpac 35 Amp Backpack REVIEW
by Stuart Bilby
Light materials with rugged durability, convenient gear access, and comfort for fastpacking. Read More...
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Mountainsmith Wraith Backpack REVIEW
by Jay Ham
Small, dense, heavy loads carry well in this durable internal frame pack. Read More...
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Big Agnes Sarvis Superlight SL2+ eVENT Tent REVIEW
by Alan Dixon
Single wall? Double wall? With eVENT and silnylon, the Sarvis may offer the best of both. Read More...
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Aarn Bodypacks Featherlite Freedom Internal Frame Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Big loads carry well and redefine what it means to control your center of gravity. Read More...
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LuxuryLite Modular Frame Backpack REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Performance review of one of the lightest and most innovative external frame packs on the market. Read More...

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