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Dome Tent

rated 2 of 5 stars Innovative design with a basic flaw in an otherwise good tent. This is the most elaborate tent I have used. It is easy to set up and compact for the size though too big for easy backpacking. It has side windows that pop out with the support of two poles. There is no reason why these windows need to pop out as far as I can determine. The fibreglass poles add to the weight and both splintered as was also the case with another reviewer at a different website. As the reviewer got splinters in his hand… Full review

Swiss Army Anchorage Mid

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Fine, comfortable, durable, waterproof mid hiking boots that are good for the mall or the mountains. I happened upon these at a great discount of 35 bucks. I am not all that familiar with hiking boot brands and have been very happy with my Keens and Merrells. I was a bit apprehensive when I tried them on because of their stiffness in the ankles I was not used to. I took a chance on these even though I don't know of the brand but they are waterproof and the price was right. I wore them home form… Full review

Eiger

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Narrow fitting boot but good overall construction. Tried this boot while I was on the search for my perfect boot. I have narrow feet but my toes were still rubbing, not enough toe space for me. Full review

Monch

rated 4 of 5 stars Traditionally known for their Swiss Army Knives, Wenger continues its commitment to excellence for your feet with the new Monch light-weight day hikers. I tested the Monchs (named after the mountain in Switzerland and pronounced “monks”) over one month at both my local gym and off-road on the Harney Peak Trail in South Dakota. Composed of rough rock, sand, dirt, gravel, menacing flora and fauna, and plenty of options for bouldering, the Harney Peak Trail was an ideal testing ground for the Monchs. Full review

EvoGrip S 18 Patagonian Expedition Race Knife

rated 4 of 5 stars Since I have small hands, the size of the knife is important. I want to feel a sense of control when I’m handling a knife. At 3.25 inches long, the Wenger EvoGrip™ S 18 is ideal. Though Wenger supplied me with this knife for a winter camping trip in February, it's very well suited for multi-day backpacking trips where weight will be an issue. The EvoGrip weights in at a svelte 3.1 ounces. The EvoGrip has 11 implements that perform 15 functions. I put these to the test and here’s what I found:… Full review

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Backstory

Wenger Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Is that a drum circle in your pocketknife?
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September 23, 2011

New Product Lines from Old(er) Companies
A dizzying array of new products were being hawked by young and old-line companies at Outdoor Retailer, including new gear and apparel lines from Eureka!, Wenger, and Brooks-Range. Read more
August 30, 2011

It's an Ueli Steck moment
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July 26, 2011

Outdoor Retailer: Ueli Steck designs climbing knife for Wenger
Wenger partners with speed climber Ueli Steck to craft a Swiss Army knife optimized for alpine ascents. Read more
January 22, 2011

New Footwear for 2010, Part 1: Boots and Climbing Shoes
Coming to stores this year: grippier outsoles, more durable cushioning, and upgraded lacing designs. First of a three-part series. Read more
January 4, 2010

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Wenger SA
Route de Bâle 63
Delémont
CH
2800
Switzerland

phone: +41 32 421 39 00
fax: +41 32 421 39 99

website: www.wenger.ch
email: info@wenger.ch

Wenger NA
15 Corporate Drive
Orangeburg, NY 10962
USA

phone: (800) 267-3577
toll-free: (800) 447-7422

website: www.wengerna.com
email: customer@wengerna.com

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