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The Outdoor Guide to Wearing Face Masks Hiking, Running, on the Trail

Face masks are the surprise essential gear trend of 2020, and outdoor brands have stepped up with a variety of options, whether we're prepping for a trip to the store or a trip to the mountains. From high-tech performance masks to made in America to ones that give back, check out our guide. Read More »

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Honey Stinger Mini Waffles

Honey Stinger took its popular—and tasty—organic waffles and shrunk them down into a mini snack size in a convenient, resealable bag. Mini Waffles come in honey… Full Review »

Patagonia Wood Burning Stove

The Patagonia Wood Burning Stove is a foray into the lightweight wood stove arena from one of the larger retailers in the outdoor industry. It's a good first attempt… Full Review »

MEC Tarn 3

Great tent with lots of space and fairly compact in the stuff sac. Super for car camping, motorcycle camping, canoe camping, and even backpacking (if the distance… Full Review »

Smartwool Merino Sport 150 Hidden Pocket Tech Tee

The Smartwool Merino Sport 150 Hidden Pocket Tech Tee is a lightweight tee-shirt, made from a comfortably soft blend of merino wool and polyester (56% merino/44%… Full Review »

Sierra Designs Night Watch CD

Skyline vent is most fabulous. My all-time favorite tent. Even back in the day used it backpacking, the 8 (?) pounds divided between two hikers was manageable. Full Review »

Vargo Titanium BiFold Grill

Small and admirably compact, the Vargo Titanium BiFold Grill is designed for backpackers who want a lightweight grill option for backcountry use. A bit pricey and… Full Review »

Apple Watch Series 5

The Apple Watch Series 5 is the best of the three high dollar “adventure watches” that I have used. I have tested it on all terrain, across multiple sports,… Full Review »

Big Agnes Lost Ranger 15°

Great bag and a great price, but not a 15 degree bag for us! (Roxy Ann included) Temperature ratings are very personal and depend a lot on how much a heat a person… Full Review »

BioLite FirePit

Great portable campfire/hibachi-style grill that you can use at home (in the backyard, of course) or camping. The lithium Ion fan/blower system helps moderate the… Full Review »

Keen Solr Sandal

People who canoe, kayak, raft, stand up paddle board, boat, or hike in and out of the water will like Keen’s water-dedicated Solr. A gasket-style ankle, close… Full Review »

Limmer Light-Weight

Limmer Light-Weights are a solid, full leather boot built to handle rugged terrain. German made from the original Limmer lasts. Heavy duty construction along with… Full Review »

Therm-a-Rest BlockerLite Pump Sack

A simple and light dual-purpose dry bag and pump sack for the new Therm-a-Rest Winglock and Twinlock valve sleeping pads. Inflation of the pads is easy and the… Full Review »

Leki Micro Vario Cor-Tec TA

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Osprey Daylite

Lightweight Ventilated Backed by Osprey’s All Mighty Guarantee Picked this up on a crazy sale and could not be happier with the price I paid for the pack. It… Full Review »

Voyagers K9 Apparel Custom Dog Rain Coat

The Voyagers K9 Custom Dog Rain Coat has been a solid choice for our canine companions so far. It is rugged, holds tight as the dogs go off trail, and has been… Full Review »

Fenix LD15R

The best, most useful, compact flashlight I’ve ever carried. Bright when I need it, just enough when that’s all I need, plus great battery life. The small but… Full Review »

MSR XGK-EX

I've had mine for many, many years. Used it for trips all over the world. I can make it simmer (it's an acquired skill). I've burned almost every flammable liquid… Full Review »

Morsel Spork XL

Absolutely love mine. Absolutely love mine. I use it daily when I'm home for less dishes even. Can cook and eat with it no problem. I've since ordered three of… Full Review »

Fire Maple Blade 2

The lightest remote canister stove I have found at under 5 oz. Good build quality with titanium and aluminum construction. Suitable for inverted canister use for… Full Review »

Blyss Running Trail Skirt

The Trail Skirt from Blyss Running is a comfortable running skirt that provides both plenty of coverage and room to move on the trails. This skirt makes me happy… Full Review »

PahaQue Promontory

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Kurgo Journey Air Harness

The Kurgo Journey Air harness is a lightweight ( 8 oz/ 226 gm) dog harness designed for outdoor dogs who like to hike and snowshoe, romping through woods and streams. Full Review »

Coleman Outdoorsman Tent

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Hang Tight HeatSeeker Design Hammock Top Quilt

In an obscure corner of the internet, HangTight Shop has opened a cottage industry company, and they are making EXTREMELY affordable top quilts that perform just… Full Review »

Danner Trail 2650

The Danner Trail 2650s are a great all-purpose trail shoe that handles a variety of trails and terrain with ease, are comfortable enough to wear all day, and get… Full Review »

Hilleberg Anaris

Hilleberg the Tentmaker brought back the Anaris name on a new design for 2020 with a new tent supported by trekking poles and incorporating the latest materials. Full Review »

BioLite HeadLamp 200

The BioLite HeadLamp 200 is a new lightweight headlamp that utilizes BioLite's unique headband design that has the advantage of being very comfortable and light. Full Review »

Cnoc Outdoors Vecto

A tough little reservoir that should last me for years to come. Just got back from eight days backpacking the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness Area. Used the Cnoc water… Full Review »

Mountain Hardwear Exposure/2 Gore-Tex Paclite Plus Jacket

Mountain Hardwear's Exposure/2 is a lightweight Gore-Tex Paclite Plus shell that does a nice job keeping you dry in rainy weather and should be very wind-resistant. Full Review »

Norrona Trollveggen Primaloft100 Zip Hood

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