Congratulations to our newest Reviewer of the Month, DLK37086. This hiker, backpacker, father, and former Army member in Middle Tennessee likes to "just be outdoors."
Congratulations, Brent Mills! The New England hiker, former Navy member, and current software architect wins a Rig 700M hydration pack, Crypto filter, and Nano drink tube, thanks to Geigerrig ($188 value).
Congratulations, Lynn, winner of hiking and mountain biking packs, sandals, and more from Source! Lynn won this $430 gear prize just for sharing her sleeping bag review in September.
It's time to review your outdoor gear. That's because next week we're giving one of our reviewers (maybe you?) a plethora of hiking and mountain biking gear, thanks to Source ($430 value).
Congratulations, Tam McTavish! As Reviewer of the Month, this Canadian Rockies mountaineer wins a titanium gear prize package, including a Titanium BOT Bottle Pot, all thanks to Vargo ($150 value).
Could you use an extra pack or two? We're giving one Trailspace member $430 worth of hiking and mountain biking gear from Source. Review your outdoor gear in September and it could all be yours.
Congratulations, Emily, winner of a nine-piece, hydration kit from Platypus Hydration, SealLine, and PackTowl! Emily won this $350 gear prize just for sharing her kayak review in August.
Review your outdoor gear by this Sunday, August 30, and you're entered to win a plethora of Platypus prizes worth more than $350.
Congratulations, Sheila Bergin Goss! As Reviewer of the Month, this Vermont paddler, hiker, and skijorer wins a Midori 2 backpacking tent, thanks to Eureka! ($159 value).
Review your outdoor gear and you could win a hydration kit worth more than $350 from Platypus Hydration, including lightweight dry sacks, collapsible water bottles, a water filter, and backpack.
We're giving away a true backcountry essential: clean water. Thanks to Platypus, one Trailspace member will win a hydration kit worth more than $350, just for sharing a review of their outdoor gear.
For many rock climbers, Black Diamond's Camalot is the standard camming device. Come spring you'll be able to get one that's 25 percent lighter.
A fishing kayak, a titanium ax head, and a fast inflatable pad: as promised here are three product videos from the Open Air Demo at Outdoor Retailer.