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Mountain 3

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I bought this tent in 2010 and used it every single weekend 51 weeks a year for three years. It gets the job done. I've owned a few four-season tents and at MSRP price point this one is the best. It's shame it was discontinued. I've camped this tent in every season here in Colorado. For a few years there it was out 51 weekends a year. From that I can tell you that it's really durable. I can also tell you that from 50+mph winds to 12" of wet snow to driving rain it will come through like nothing… Full review

Down Vest

rated 3.5 of 5 stars The is a good quality down vest that is available at a very reasonable price that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone looking to pick up a down vest to put in their pack. I have been very focused on reducing the base weight of my pack and one area that I made a lot of changes to was what insulating layers I would bring for my summer hikes in the Sierras. My upper layer of clothes now consists of a base wicking shirt, a pullover lightweight fleece, a wind shirt, a down vest (the subject of… Full review

Trekker Wonderland

rated 3.5 of 5 stars I like the many pockets for all of my gear Full review

Dash 2 Tent

rated 5 of 5 stars I found this to be a great very light, low cost tent that is great for the solo hike and can fit two in a pinch. I purchased this tent on closeout from REI to use on my solo section hiking of the JMT. I only recall paying about $140 for the tent, which I thought was great given it is under 3 lbs. The final weight of the tent was only 44 ounces or about 2.76 lbs. My final weight only included the tent, the fly, 6 stakes, poles, the pole stuff sack and a Tyvex ground sheet that I had made. I didn't… Full review

Half Dome 2 Plus

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I do not know how they can make a tent like this for the price. If it ain't broke don't fix it! I wanted the Half Dome for awhile and when the Half Dome 2 Plus was about 150$ I had to get it. I bought the footprint which makes things like setting up so much easier and is a great tarp to lie on or sleep under.  I did not use the fly at first and was amazed how easy the setup was and how it pushed the two door walls out. I was used to walls sloping inward to drip rain in the door, but if used with… Full review

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REI Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

How many cats or bacon slices can you fit in a pack?
REI just released this infographic on "How to Choose & Use a Backpack." In a brief layout, it covers a fair amount of introductory info for the beginning pack buyer/carrier in an easy-to-read format. Read more
March 5, 2012

Go Outside with REI’s Passport to Adventure
REI invites children and families to explore the outdoors with Passport to Adventure, a free program that encourages kids to participate in outdoor activities. Read more
May 21, 2009

Guides to Eco-Materials
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August 30, 2007

REI Introduces Eco-Sensitive Icon
Select REI brand products will carry an eco-sensitive label, designating items manufactured with a high percentage of recycled, rapidly renewable and/or organic fibers. Read more
August 18, 2007

REI Adventures Announces Carbon-Neutral Travel
Through REI Adventure's new 100 percent carbon-neutral offering, outdoor enthusiasts will be able to “green” their travel – including the air travel to and from their destinations. Read more
October 4, 2006

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