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Easton Offers Foldable Compact AL5 Poles

Easton's Compact AL 5 trekking poles combine clasp-lock and cord lock technology in the same pole, along with a sliding length adjustment.

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Sierra Designs Mojo UFO Weighs Less Than 2lbs

The two-person Sierra Designs Mojo UFO tent weighs a scant 1 pound 11 ounces, uses cuben fiber fabric and carbon fiber poles, and costs a whopping $1,800.

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Kayaker Brad Ludden Empowers with First Descents

As a professional kayaker, Brad Ludden has completed more than 100 first descents on rivers around the world. But it's First Descents, the nonprofit he founded for young adult cancer fighters and survivors, that he considers his life's work.

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SlingFin Makes Serious Tents for Serious Users

SlingFin doesn't care for bean counters, product managers, or marketing departments. What SlingFin co-founder Martin Zemitis does care about is making serious expedition tents for serious users.

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Big Agnes Replaces Tent Zippers with Magnets

Tent zippers can snag, wake your tentmate, and be a warranty issue. So how about a tent without zippers? Big Agnes gives it a shot with the Fishhook SL.

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Stoves Burn Up, Canoe Folds Up at Demo Day

With stoves that can desalinate salt water or charge your iPhone, plus a 16.5-foot canoe that packs down into a compact bundle, this Open Air Demo at Outdoor Retailer didn't disappoint.

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Paddling, Cooling, Logrolling at Demo Day

Today we checked out paddling and logrolling at Outdoor Retailer's Open Air Demo. Cooled off with polymer action. And checked out the many ways to protect accessories.

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All-Natural Hydration from Skratch

Skratch Labs doesn't make "orange" sports drinks. It makes exercise hydration drinks from real oranges, and also from real freeze-dried lemons and limes, raspberries, and pineapples.

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Off to explore Outdoor Retailer at Demo Day

Trailspace has arrived in Salt Lake City for the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market show! Today we're off to the Open Air Demo.

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Outdoor Retailer: Hiking Gear Preview

Companies offer a plethora of new hiking and backpacking packs. Apparel not only keeps you warm and dry, but can also cool you down. Trekking poles get lighter and more compact.

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Outdoor Retailer: Climbing Gear Preview

Companies vie for "lightest helmet ever" honors. Plus, ropes with two diameters and touch-sensitivity, new double-axel cams for tight, tricky placements, a crevasse rescue device (no Z-pulley necessary), and bags to keep all your climbing gear organized.

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Outdoor Retailer: Backcountry Camp Gear Preview

From stoves to shelters to headlamps, new equipment promises to make your backcountry campsite warmer, lighter, safer, and more comfortable. Here are a few highlights that make their debuts at Outdoor Retailer next week.

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Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2012 Coverage

Trailspace is at Outdoor Retailer to check out the latest outdoor gear and news. Follow along with us for daily show coverage from the outdoor industry show.

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Salewa Snow Trainer puts cotton-Kevlar in sole

Cotton kills, right? So, what's Salewa doing putting cotton in a snowshoe mountaineering boot? Relax. The small amount of cotton in the Snow Trainer Insulated GTX is in the bottom of its Vibram Icefriction outsole.

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Honey Stinger brings chocolate to Stinger Waffles

What made me pull a 180 in the crowded, gear overloaded halls of Outdoor Retailer in January? A chocolate Honey Stinger Waffle wrapper. The new flavor comes out this week.

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