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Escapist 15D Tarp

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Large lightweight tarp with a variety of pitching possibilities. As an (extra) roomy shelter against rain and sunshine, even if you don't really need it, it's fun to add it to a minimalist tent. No stakes included, but then you can choose from your own stock the ones that will be best for the circumstances. Do not try to put it back in its own stuff sack. We (my daughter and me) bought this tarp before heading out on the Overland Track in Tasmania, because we were warned about the usually wet weather… Full review

Escapist 15D Tarp

rated 4.5 of 5 stars An excellent tarp that delivers on exactly what it promises. It's lightweight, simple to use, allows a variety of different setups, works well with the separate Escapist Bug Tent, and unlike other silnylon tarp products (read you, Integral Designs) it comes ready to go out of the bag. Half a star off for making the discovery of dark matter easier than trying to repack the damned tarp. This is a 3x3m tarp that I bought to accompany the Escapist Bug Tent (reviewed separately).   Setup: A previous… Full review

Reactor Plus Thermolite Liner

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Limited warmth, but soft and comfortable to sleep in. I bought this product last winter to help out the warmth in a cheap sleeping bag, which it did slightly. Sea to Summit claims it will improve warmth up to 25 degrees F. I would guess this liner adds maybe 10 degrees of warmth. I'm a big fan of Sea to Summit products in general, some seem a bit gimmicky or overbuilt but everything I've seen is well made, quality stuff. And this liner is no exception. The liner is basically a soft fleece/flannel… Full review

AlphaLight Long Spoon

rated 5 of 5 stars A nice, super light, long handled spoon, for getting into those nooks and crannies. If you are like me, and use "cook in the bag" meals for backpacking, you have experienced the frustration of digging into a cook bag with a standard size spoon, and making a complete mess of it. The food can get all over your hands, making one bear bait by bedtime. Enter the Sea-to-Summit long handled spoon. Not much to say about it except that at 8.5 inches, it is plenty long to get into the depths of any size cook-in… Full review

X-Bowl

rated 3.5 of 5 stars This bowl folds flat to slip easily into your pack. It extends up well and holds its shape, but it gets hot to touch on the sides and loses its heat quickly. This bowl folds flat to slip easily into your pack. It extends up well and holds its shape, but it gets hot to touch on the sides and loses its heat quickly. The bottom, however, is made out of sturdy stuff, so sturdy the plate version s advertised as being used as a cutting board. You can do that with this one too as long as the stuff you… Full review

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Keeping it Light with NEMO, Patagonia, and Sea to Summit
Gear gets lighter every year, but NEMO, Patagonia, and Sea to Summit strike the balance between lightweight performance and comfort with these new products. Read more
August 2, 2013

A Flood of Water-Repellent Down for Sleeping Bags
Down that keeps you warm, even when wet? A flood of hydrophobic DownTek, DriDown, and Q.Shield Down insulation promises to repel water while maintaining loft, insulation, and breathability, even when wet. Read more
July 24, 2012

Ultralight Shelters Not Just About the Light Weight
Shelter systems are pushing boundaries not just for weight, but for innovative and interesting designs. Here are a few highlights from Eagles Nest Outfitters, Easton, Sea to Summit, and Hyperlite Mountain Gear, fresh off the OR show floor. Read more
August 5, 2011

Outdoor Retailer: Tent, Pack, and Bag Lines Expand
While tents keep lightening up, not all manufacturers are giving up space or vying to be lightest of the light. Also, brands debut new tent, sleeping bag, and tent lines from stateside and the U.K. Read more
August 2, 2011

Outdoor Retailer: Day One Round-Up
What stood out after a full first day on the show floor? Shells from Outdoor Research, GoLite, and Rab. New GoLit packs, and sleeping bags from Sea to Summit and Sierra Designs. Read more
August 4, 2010

Gift ideas from the Trailspace Gear Guide
A few choice selections from the Trailspace Gear Guide might help simplify your shopping list. Read more
November 27, 2009

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