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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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Big Agnes Seedhouse SL1 Tent REVIEW
by Jay Ham
A 3.3-pound double wall tent that uses an innovative Y-pole design to maximize interior space. The full mesh inner walls are good...and bad. Read More...
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Big Agnes Seedhouse SL2 Tent REVIEW
by Marty Coatney
Double-wall, two-person tent with a minimum weight of 3.5 lbs, good usable space, and an innovative design with some nice features but also a couple of drawbacks. Read More...
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Big Agnes Seedhouse SL3 Tent REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
A lightweight double-wall three-person tent with full storm protection and great views - but is it really sized for three? Read More...
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Big Agnes Zirkel
by the Product Review Staff
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Big Sky Evolution 2P Tent REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Other double-wall tent manufacturers claim that their tent is “ultralight” or even “hyperlight,” but the Evolution 2P really IS light without sacrificing anything in features or convenience - but of course it's not perfect. Read More...
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Big Sky International Convertible 2P Tent REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
A unique feature of the Convertible it that a third pole can be added to "convert" it from a three-season tent to a "WinterLite" four-season tent. At 3.5 pounds for a complete two-person double-wall tent, the Convertible in three season mode is 2.6 ounces heavier than Big Sky's award-winning Evolution 2P, but new design elements make it more stable and versatile. Read More...
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Big Sky International Evolution 2P Tent Review
by Ray Estrella
Creation vs Evolution: one of the thorniest questions ever and one I prefer to stay away from most of the time. But Bob Molen’s latest creation is the ever-evolving Evolution 2P, and one I feel comfortable tackling. It is almost divine... Read More...
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Big Sky International Mirage 1P Tent Review
by Will Rietveld
Two-pound free-standing single-wall solo tent with lots of interior usable space, good ventilation, good wind and storm protection, and it sets up in one minute! Read More...
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Big Sky International Montana 2P Tent Review
by Will Rietveld
At 2 pounds, 10 ounces, the Montana is the lightest two-person double-wall tent available, but extreme lightness comes with a few tradeoffs. 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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Big Sky Revolution 1P Shelter REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
There are lighter and roomier silnylon tents, but this is the lightest freestanding breathable fabric (Epic) solo tent on the market. Read More...
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Members Only Black Diamond Alpine Start Hoody review
by David Chenault
For their first ever attempt, Black diamond created a versatile, durable, and waterproof windshirt that raises the bar for ultralight windshirts. Read More...
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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...
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Black Diamond Firstlight Tent Review
by Alan Dixon
So, how do you make a waterproof tent out of non-waterproof fabric? Black Diamond shows us how with the Firstlight EPIC by Nextec single wall freestanding tent. Read More...
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Black Diamond Guiding Light Tent REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Extremely versatile and lightweight four-season, four-person, single-wall, free-standing, breathable fabric tent. Read More...
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Black Diamond Infinity 60 & Innova 50 Backpack Review
by Will Rietveld and Janet Reichl
Freedom of movement is the next advancement in internal frame backpack technology, but it appears to have limitations. Read More...
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Black Diamond Ion Headlamp Review
by the Product Review Staff
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Black Diamond Mega Light and Mega Bug Pyramid Tent REVIEW
by Jay Ham
The Mega Light is a solid, well designed pyramid tent, but the weight-conscious should leave the bug liner behind. Read More...
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Black Diamond Moonlight Headlamp Review
by the Product Review Staff
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Black Diamond Shadow 55L Backpack REVIEW
by Stuart Bilby
A solid - read, heavy - and well-designed climbing pack with a unique Y-frame capable of carrying a lot of weight. Read More...
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Black Diamond Ultra Distance Trekking Pole Review
by Will Rietveld
Lightweight, collapsible, fixed-length poles that use avalanche pole technology to lock the sections. Read More...
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Black Diamond Zenix Headlamp Review
by the Product Review Staff
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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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Book Review: Fixing Your Feet
by Flyin' Brian Robinson
"Flyin'" Brian Robinson reviews the seminal work about foot care for hikers, backpackers, adventure racers, and other outdoor athletes. Read More...
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Book Review: The Ultralight Backpacker
by the Product Review Staff
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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...
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Brasslite Turbo II-D Alcohol Stove REVIEW
by Don Wilson
Product performance review of the Brasslite Turbo II-D Alcohol Stove, a lightweight alcohol stove for backpacking. Read More...
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Brookside Crafts Alcohol Stove Set REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Product performance review of the Brookside Crafts Alcohol Stove, a lightweight alcohol stove for backpacking. Read More...
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Brooks-Range Alpini Mountain Anorak Review
by Will Rietveld
The Alpini is a lightweight furnace and lands on our recommended list, but how about a version for non-climbers? Read More...
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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...
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Brunton 7DNL Compass Review
by Roger Caffin
Small, light, easy to use, and about the right size for a simple baseplate model. Read More...
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Brunton GreenHeat Backpacking Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Product performance review of the Brunton GreenHeat gelled alcohol stove including comparisons to alcohol and Esbit tablet stoves. Read More...
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Brunton Optimus Crux Canister Stove REVIEW
by Alan Dixon
Product performance review of the Brunton Crux canister stove for backpacking and hiking. 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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Camelbak Kronos Backpack REVIEW
by Don Wilson
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CAMP Flash Anorak Review
by Danny Milks
An innovative design makes this wind shell easy to put on and take off. Read More...
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Campmor (Equinox) Silnylon Poncho-Tarp
by the Product Review Staff
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Campmor (Equinox) Silnylon Tarps
by the Product Review Staff
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CAMP X3 600 Ski Pack Review
by Danny Milks & Kristin Tennessen
A lightweight ski day pack with a handy, hands-free ski carrying system. Read More...
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CAMP Xenon 4 Pole Review
by Danny Milks
These highly anticipated poles made quite a splash at 2011 ORWM. The Xenon 4 Trekking Poles are light, compact, easy to use and reasonably priced. How did they stand up to testing? Read More...
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Cascade Designs ThermaRest Prolite 3 Sleeping Pad Review
by Alan Dixon
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CiloGear 60 Liter WorkSack Backpack REVIEW
by Matt Eckhart
Durable and adjustable, but initially confusing to set up. Read More...
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Clikstand S-1 Alcohol Stove REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Product performance review of the Clikstand S-1 Alcohol Stove, a lightweight alcohol stove for backpacking. Read More...
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Clikstand T-2 Alcohol Stove System Review
by David Chenault
Can 100% titanium justify the price tag? Read More...
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Closed Cell Foam Sleeping Pads
by the Product Review Staff
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Cloudveil Enclosure Mountain Parka REVIEW
by Kevin Grove
Product performance review of the Cloudveil Enclosure Mountain Parka, a lightweight synthetic insulated backpacking jacket. Read More...
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Cloudveil Prospector Jackets
by the Product Review Staff
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Cloudveil Veiled Peak Jacket
by the Product Review Staff
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Coleman Exponent F1 PowerBoost Canister Stove REVIEW
by Don Wilson
Product performance review of the Coleman Powerboost canister stove - one of the hottest burning small stoves on the market. Read More...

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