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Recent Accessory Reviews

SealSkinz Windproof Gloves

rated 4 of 5 stars These are great gloves that really are windproof. I wore them on a 26-mile hike in all weather conditions and my hands stayed warm. These gloves are great! Just like it says, windproof. Kept my hands warm on an all weather trek with high winds and rain and my hands stayed warm. I have Raynauds so it is really important to protect my hands from wind and cold. These gloves did the job. I used the sizing chart provided and ordered a medium. I should be gotten a large. Even though these fit, going up… Full review

The Heat Company Heat 3 Smart

rated 5 of 5 stars One of my favorite cold weather gloves. Made by The Heat Company for extreme Temperatures. Have fun. Full review

Black Rock Gear Original Black Rock Hat

rated 0.5 of 5 stars I wore this down hat in Colorado in sub-zero weather and my head FROZE. My little fleece hat is warmer. If you want a warm hat for really cold weather get the Mad-Bomber hat with leather and fur. You do not see ANYBODY in Alaska wearing these things for good reason! I definitely don't recommend this hat for really cold weather. It is a joke for what it costs. There is not nearly enough down in this thing and the people that are giving it a positive review must live in Southern California. Get a… Full review

Rab Men's Baltoro Glove

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Great dexterity for ice climbing, but not waterproof enough for wet Eastern conditions. Had those on sale a few years back. They are great for my ice climbing session, great dexterity, but I wish they were more weatherproof and waterproof. As for many gloves, dexterity means less warmth on fingers ends. Great second pair for long days ice climbing. Full review

Swany X-Cell II Glove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Just back from a ski day at Orford. It was -15°C at the top and windy. So cold that I wasn't warm in my alpine boots, but incredibly warm in my gloves! I own several pair of gloves, but these Swany look like the warmest yet. Quality construction seems to be top of the class. Fit is good, but for a medium size I feel my index finger is a little tight. The leather seems to be incredibly, resistant and flexible. I think of trying these gloves for my ice climbing so the dexterity is great. There's… Full review

Montane Trail Stretch Gaiter

rated 4 of 5 stars A low trail gaiter that finds a pleasing blend of light weight, durability, and functionality. This product is especially good for trail routes requiring frequent put-on and take-off (such as creek fords) due to ease and speed of application and removal.   Click to enlarge About the Gaiter: This product is marketed as a trail running gaiter featuring Granite Stretch fabric (90.5 % nylon / 9.5 % spandex with DWR), RAPTOR UTL kick patches (500 denier 100% nylon with DWR), hook and loop fastening… Full review

Icebreaker Flexi Chute Neckwarmer

rated 5 of 5 stars This neck gaiter is a winter companion that will keep you warm (and happy) for years! Made of soft/non-itch Merino wool, this accessory is an easy way to adjust your internal thermostat in moments. Combined with headwear, a neck gaiter is a great alternative to a balaclava. Now that I have had this neck gaiter for a second year, I found it time to write a review on this little goodie…  I typically wear the neck gaiter folded in half, lengthwise. Here is the neck warmer not folded.  I personally… Full review

Outdoor Research Lucent Heated Mitts

rated 5 of 5 stars The Outdoor Research Lucent is a battery powered heated mitten that boasts impressive dexterity, warmth and durability. There is extra attention to the small details — fit, universal chargers, carry bag, cinch straps and idiot leashes, but this mittens reputation starts, and ends, with the overwhelming success of the Altiheat. It boasts an even and powerful distribution of heat throughout the hand, and the battery life has exceeded my expectations. Limitations? Without a reliable way to power… Full review

Black Rock Gear Foldback Fingerless Mitt

rated 5 of 5 stars Soft, comfortable, warm mittens to layer over gloves or wear on their own. These fit on the large side in order to enable the easy layering over gloves. Gloves are just never warm enough, but then you slip these babies on and everything changes. Soft material, they fold down to nothing and they are light as a feather, but they do deliver in the warmth department. You can easily fold down the top half with the same hand that is wearing the mitten for ease in converting the mitten. Roomy fit mittens… Full review

Top-Rated Accessories

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Smith Fog Off Goggle Accessory
$2
Smith No-Fog Cloth Goggle Accessory
$2
Pepper's Chili Case Sunglass Case
$3
Smith Snow Eraser Goggle Accessory
$3 MSRP
Smith Piston MX Lens Goggle Lens
$5
Fox River Wick Dry Alturas Sock Liner Sock
$5
REI CoolMax EcoMade Multisport Crew Sock Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$5
Suncloud Microfiber Pouch Sunglass Case
$5
SmartWool Checkered Stripe Sock
$5
Croakies Terra Spec Cord Sunglass Retainer
$5
Smith Smudgebuster Sunglass Accessory
$5 MSRP
EMS Fast Mountain Wick Dry Liner Sock Liner Sock
$6
Mountain Hardwear Hardwear Cap Cap
$5 - $27
EK Cat Crap Lens Cleaner Anti-Fog Sunglass Accessory
$5 - $7
SmartWool Hike Ultra Light Micro Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$6 - $13
user rating: 2.5 of 5 (1)
REI Merino Light Hiker Crew Sock Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$6
prAna Headband Winter Hat
$6 - $13
EK Thin Cat Strap Sunglass Retainer
$6
Chums Chumois Lens Cloth Sunglass Accessory
$6
Hestra Handcuffs Glove/Mitten
$6
Kenyon Fleece Neck Gaiter
$6
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (3)
Injinji Liner Crew Sock Liner Sock
$6
Wigwam Coolmax Liner Crew Liner Sock
$6
Wigwam Thermax Liner Crew Liner Sock
$6
Wigwam Master Crew Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$6
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Wigwam Gobi Liner Crew Liner Sock
$6
Under Armour Armour Stretch Glove Glove Liner
$6 - $66
user rating: 0.5 of 5 (1)
REI Recycled Polyester Liner Socks Liner Sock
$6 MSRP
Kenyon Fleece Earband Winter Hat
$7
Goodhew CoolMax Liner Sock Liner Sock
$6
SmartWool Outdoor Light Micro Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$6
Columbia Pigtail Hat Winter Hat
$6 - $10
Fox River Thermolite Wick Dry Liner Liner Sock
$6
REI EcoMade CoolMax Liner Socks Liner Sock
$7
Lorpen Coolmax Liner Sock Liner Sock
$7 - $11
Icebreaker Snow Mid Sock Snowsport Sock
$7 - $12
Columbia Enchanted Forest Beanie Winter Hat
$7
SmartWool Cable Kneehigh Socks Sock
$7 - $9
user rating: 3 of 5 (2)
SmartWool Hiking Ultra Light Mini Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$7 - $13
Seirus Polar Scarf
$7
SmartWool Hiking Light Crew Sock Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$7 - $17
Chums Original Cotton Retainer Sunglass Retainer
$7
Chums Sunglasses Retainers Sunglass Retainer
$7 - $8
SmartWool Hiking Medium Crew Sock Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$7 - $20
user rating: 3 of 5 (2)
Injinji Performance Crew Sock Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$7 - $10
Wigwam Double Sole Crew Hiking/Backpacking Sock
$7
Carhartt Acrylic Watch Hat Winter Hat
$7
Carhartt Acrylic Knit Hat Winter Hat
$7
Under Armour Performance Headband
$8
Manzella Max-10 Glove Liner
$7
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