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Diad Pro 22

rated 4 of 5 stars The North Face Diad Pro 22 is a handy little pack that's perfect for day hikes, or even a minimalist overnight trip. Its list of features make it seem a lot bigger than it is. I'm somewhat lacking in small backpacks for three-season day hiking, my MH Snowtastic 28 is really pretty heavy for its capacity and my next larger pack is way too big, so when I saw the TNF Diad Pro 22 for $24 on S&C I scooped it up. When it arrived I unwrapped it and was really surprised by how light it was. TNF says… Full review

McMurdo Parka

rated 2 of 5 stars Not nearly as warm as it looks. All "Cons" mentioned here are spot on. I bought this at Macy's in the winter of 2009 in NYC. I believe I paid about $300 for it. It's not worth $200. I agree with all of the "Cons" I've read about it here: cold arms and upper back, poorly conceived and shaped hood. Useless removable ruff faux fur on the hood. Bizarre placement of adjustment cords (inside hidden pockets). If you have the extra $200 get the Canada Goose. Really heavy-bulky for what it does. Full review

Chilkats

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Same thing happened to me ... I had these and only wore a few times bc I have really cute coach boots and last year we didn't have much snow and this year we didn't have much snow. I got them out of my closet for the second time this year and they cracked same place as all of the others. I am so disappointed bc I loved these for really cold days. Seems to me there is a defect!!!! Same thing happened to mine!! Seems to be a defect if it happened to so many. They should give people their money back! Full review

Stormbreak 2

rated 5 of 5 stars Comfortable, roomy tent for two for most three-season (plus?) adventures. Recommended for backpackers, car-campers. This was our tent of choice, my partner and I, for our Iceland trip last summer. I own a number of tents (yes, I have a problem!), yet we ultimately chose to take the Stormbreak 2 for its combination of: Livable space: the double arch/ spreader pole gives a lot of headroom Double doors: ease of entry/ exit, and we'd be living in it for two weeks nonstop, and so didn't want to crawl… Full review

Roadrunner 22

rated 2.5 of 5 stars I like the design of this tent with twin vestibule/entry. The rainfly has been very problematic in terms of workmanship and longevity. Setup is easy once one you get used to the asymmetric pole positions. The color-coded attachment points are useful. The tent has a very nice footprint with two side vestibules and dual entry points. Shock-corded poles are light and easy to use. The tent is moderately lightweight with compact packability. In fact, one of its selling points for me was the potential… Full review

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The North Face Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

One-Piece Jacket, Dial-a-Headlamp, Electrifying Gloves: OR Day 3
A jacket made from one sheet of North Face waterproof-breathable fabric, a Princeton Tec headlamp that switches modes with a dial, and new Outdoor Research gloves that include electric heat. Join us for Day 3 of Outdoor Retailer. Read more
January 25, 2014

Outdoor Apparel Highlights from Outdoor Retailer
Here are a few footwear and apparel highlights we spotted from Keen, Mountain Hardwear, Icebreaker, La Sportiva, Icebreaker, Sierra Designs, The North Face, and DownTek. Read more
August 5, 2012

Avalanche airbags explode into spotlight
The number of avalanche airbags available to backcountry skiers and riders has exploded in North America in the past few years. And you've likely noticed that the safety devices are also getting more media attention this winter, not just in the outdoor world. Read more
February 22, 2012

A Photo Tour of Winter Outdoor Retailer
The Outdoor Retailer trade show ended last month, but here's a final post on the show itself highlighting outdoor gear, outdoorsy people, and random sights. Stay tuned for backcountry gear news and information all year round on Trailspace. Read more
February 10, 2012

Outdoor Retailer's Softer Side: New Apparel Lines, Triple Crown Buffs, Footwear
We take a first look at some softgoods that caught our eye at Outdoor Retailer, including new apparel from La Sportiva, The North Face, and Outdoor Research, Trailblazer long trail Buffs, and footwear from Vasque, Timberland, and Columbia. Read more
January 22, 2012

Outdoor Retailer Gear Preview: On Snow
Here's our first OR product preview to whet your appetite. Since it's a winter show, we'll start with some backcountry snow gear. Stay tuned for full show coverage starting January 18. Read more
January 12, 2012

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