Outdoor Retailer

Not-so-new-and-shiny backcountry stoves

While MSR was debuting three new stoves at Outdoor Retailer this month, the company, which has been building camping stoves for nearly 40 years, had a few other interesting models on exhibit.

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Blazing New Backcountry and Camping Lights

Outdoor Retailer was ablaze with new lighting products. Here are a few of the more interesting from Energizer, ICON, SureFire, and Brunton.

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Stuff I Ate at OR

Food is essential whether you're thru hiking, climbing, or wandering for miles inside a convention hall. To expand your outdoor taste horizons, we've highlighted some outdoor food you may not have heard of or tried, yet.

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Evernew and Jetboil offer titanium cooking systems

Titanium is all the rage in stoves and cookware at Outdoor Retailer this summer, including these new offerings from Evernew and Jetboil.

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Nemo's first sleeping bags new shape for side-sleepers

Side sleeping is the most common sleep position, preferred by as many as two-thirds of people. But mummy bags are designed for back sleeping. Nemo's new Spoon Shaped bags are designed with side-sleepers in mind.

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The North Face's first mountaineering boot (really)

The North Face has been outfitting alpinists since the 1960s. But up until now, those athletes did so wearing mountaineering boots made by other companies. To fix what The North Face saw as an oversight, the company has built its very first mountaineering boot, the Verto S-4K.

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Switch from Walk to Climb with Salewa Pro Gaiter Boot

Just as you switch your AT ski boots from walk to ski mode, Salewa's PRO Gaiter allows you to switch your mountaineering boots from walk to climb mode.

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MSR Introduces Three New Stoves

MSR introduced three new stoves at Outdoor Retailer, including the liquid- and canister-fuel burning WhisperLite Universal.

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Mile High Mountaineering Brings the Passion

Jeff Popp started Mile High Mountaineering because he felt some existing pack designs "lacked passion." His fresh approach is on full display at Outdoor Retailer.

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Exped and NEMO help users live outdoors comfortably

Two companies at this week's Outdoor Retailer show, NEMO and Exped, are designing, from a personal level, outdoor products for living outdoors.

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Hilleberg Introduces 3-Season Tents

For the first time in its 40-year history, Swedish tent maker Hilleberg has created a series of three-season tents.

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SteriPEN Freedom: smaller, lighter, rechargeable UV purifier

SteriPen introduced its smallest, lightest, and first rechargeable water purifier: the Freedom.

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Ruff Wear OmniJore for dog-pulling fun year-round

Have a dog to walk or run? Like to cross-country ski? Combine the two and you've got skijoring, though that's just the start. Ruff Wear designed an OmniJore system that allows dogs and their people to "jor" together year-round.

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New Ultralight Packs from Granite Gear, HMG, Terra Nova

There are many, many new packs at Outdoor Retailer. Here are just a few from Granite Gear, Hyperlite Mountain Gear, and Terra Nova that caught our eye.

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ACR ResQLink is world's smallest personal locator beacon

ACR has released ResQLink, which it claims is the world's smallest 406 MHz personal locator beacon. The ResQLink's small and light waterproof package can be held in one hand and clocks in at less than four inches tall and 4.6 ounces in weight.

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