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Valandré Mirage Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Beautifully constructed, lightweight, and highly-efficient mummy for three-season conditions. But does it have the versatility you need? Read More...
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Vango Helium Superlite 200 Tent Review
by Danny Milks & Kristin Tennessen
A sub-40 ounce, two-person, double-wall, hybrid tunnel tent that sheds wind and rain with ease? Read More...
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Vango Tempest 200 Review
by Roger Caffin
Tunnel Tents Tutorial and State of the Market Report - Mini Reviews Read More...
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Vargo Triad Stove REVIEW
by Roger Caffin
Lightweight, simple titanium alcohol stove with very stable, secure legs but just adequate heat output. Read More...
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Vasque Mindbender Trail Shoe Review
by Brad Groves
Created to eat up miles without eating up your feet, but is Brad suitably impressed? Read More...
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Vaude Cross Ultralight 35 Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
For those with short torsos, this is a lightweight and durable pack, with some clever design features. Read More...
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Vaude Ferret 1 Ultralight Tent REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Two-person, double wall tunnel tent with one small door, good usable space, and high quality construction at just over 4 lbs. Read More...
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Vaude Hogan Ultralight Tent REVIEW
by Loren Lee
Two-person semi-freestanding double-wall tent that weighs less than 4 lbs but sacrifices in some areas to achieve that weight. Read More...
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Vaude Lightwing Ultralight Tent REVIEW
by Ken Knight
Two-person, three-season, double wall tent with a high price but a sturdy build. Read More...
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Vaude Power Lizard UL Tent Review
by Will Rietveld
The Power Lizard lays claim to the lightest two-person double-wall tent in the world, but does that make it the best one? Read More...
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Vaude Rock Ultralight 25 Backpack REVIEW
by Ken Knight
Tough, tiny (1525 ci) frameless daypack or overnight pack for minimalists. Read More...
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Vaude Taurus Ultralight Tent REVIEW
by Chris Arrasmith
Lightweight double wall three-season, two-person tent that can handle a serious downpour, but its cramped interior may cause cabin fever. Read More...
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Vibram FiveFingers KSO Treks Review
by Ray Estrella
Will heavier mid and outer soles plus durable leather uppers make for backpacking bliss, or will the Treks leave our feet wrecks? Read More...
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Westcomb Chilko Down Sweater Review
by Will Rietveld
The Chilko is cutting-edge, as you would expect from Westcomb, and “heats up” the competition in the already “hot” ultralight multi-purpose down jacket category. Read More...
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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...
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Western Mountaineering Expedition Down Bootie Review
by Will Rietveld
Well designed, lightweight, warm down bootie with an integrated tall gaiter and performance equivalent to a multi-layer system. Read More...
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Western Mountaineering, Feathered Friends, Nunatak, and PhD Lightweight Down Jackets (Comparison Review)
by Alan Dixon
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Western Mountaineering Flash Vest REVIEW
by Don Wilson
The lightest down vest on the market, with a full zip but no neck coverage. Read More...
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Western Mountaineering Flight Down Jacket REVIEW
by Don Wilson
Lofty, light, warm, and durable for its weight - although it does lose a few feathers at the seams. Read More...
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Western Mountaineering Flight Vest
by the Product Review Staff
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Western Mountaineering Hooded Flash Jacket Review
by Will Rietveld
Perfect balance of warmth, light weight, and performance for less extreme conditions. Read More...
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Western Mountaineering Pod 30 Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Stuart Bilby
Review of one of the most coveted "top" bags from premium U.S. manufacturer Western Mountaineering. Read More...
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Western Mountaineering Summerlite Sleeping Bag REVIEW
by Don Wilson
Hooded, down mummy bag rated to freezing that weighs a mere 19 ounces. Read More...
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White Box Stove REVIEW
by Roger Caffin
While not the lightest around, this simple pressurised alcohol stove is remarkably robust. Read More...
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Wilderness Equipment First Arrow Review
by Roger Caffin
Tunnel Tents Tutorial and State of the Market Report - Mini Reviews Read More...
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Wild Things AT Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
A lightweight classic for many years: does it still have what it takes to compete with the new breed of frameless packs on the market? Read More...
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Wild Things Belay Jacket REVIEW
by Jay Ham
Product performance review of the Wild Things Belay Jacket, a synthetic insulated backpacking jacket with Epic shell. Read More...
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Wild Things EP Hooded Jacket REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Product performance review of the Wild Things EP Hooded Jacket, a lightweight synthetic insulated backpacking jacket with Epic shell. Read More...
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Wingnut Adventure 2006 Backpack REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Small volume (1600 ci, 26 L) adventure racing pack that is ideal for biking and adequate for hiking. Read More...
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Yowie Snowshoes REVIEW
by Roger Caffin
Radically different snowshoes using an injection-moulded flexible deck with all-over grip, a fast webbing binding and tough crampons, claiming great agility on all slopes. Read More...
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ZPacks Blast 18 Backpack Review
by Ryan Jordan
At less than four ounces and roomy enough for a weekend of SUL gear (30L), the ZPacks Blast 18 certainly qualifies as "SUL" by the standard set several years ago by the Gossamer Gear G6, but is far more durable (yet has a similar weight as the first G6). Read More...
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ZPacks Dyneema X 26 Backpack Review
by Will Rietveld
ZPacks offers a range of pack sizes, fabrics, and innovative pack options that minimize weight. You end up with a really lightweight custom pack. How does the tested ZPacks Dyneema X 26 compare to other lightweight frameless packs for ultralight backpacking? Read More...
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Zpacks Multi-Pack Review
by Chris Wallace
A unique accessory pocket that can be used in multiple ways. Read More...

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