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The Best Down Jackets
Members of the Trailspace community share their top picks for toasty down jackets for all conditions.
Call for Reviews: Your Favorite Winter Gear
As the days get shorter, Trailspace community members are increasingly looking for winter gear advice. You can help them, and expand the outdoor community’s collective knowledge, by reviewing your cold-weather equipment and clothing. What gear did you rely on to get outside safely and comfortably last winter?
Short Days, Bright Lights
Autumn can be a great time to get outside, but shorter daylight hours can often put a pinch on outdoor activities. Trailspace members share their top picks for headlamps, flashlights, and lanterns that can help you beat back the dark and make the most of every day.
The Best Vests for Fall Adventures
Handle autumn's cooler and variable weather in comfort and style with one of these top vests, as reviewed and rated by the Trailspace community.
Backpacker's Pantry Rocky Mountain Scramble
In the continuing search for the perfect potato-based breakfast, this had so much promise. Promise which it sadly fails to live up to. Once again, I ordered up… Full Review »Backpacking Boots
The Alico Summit is comfortable and stable, with a stiff midsole and flexible forefoot, high ankle height, and durable leather and sole. Out of the box, they didn't… Full Review »Battery-Powered Lanterns
BioLite SunLight 100
A nifty little light that works great for small campsites, travel, and where a larger lantern might not be practical. Solar or power charging options eliminate… Full Review »Hiking Boots
Hi-Tec Ravus Vent Mid WP
Affordable, but you get what you pay for I bought these as my first hiking boot last year when deciding to start doing long distance hikes through more technical… Full Review »Weekend Packs
ROKK Flat Iron
You can haul a bunch of stuff and this thing is hard to kill. Rain fly included. But you will definitely be sore after a few miles with any significant amount of… Full Review »Kayak Paddles
I borrowed my wife’s Shuna and found it a blessed relief after the Coryvreckan. It flowed, perfect balance, exactly right in every way, might have been custom… Full Review »Hammocks
Hennessy Hammock Expedition Classic
Unique entry system introduces all sorts of challenges. I am 5'9" and 164 pounds. I am comfy. If you are any taller go for the Explorer or Safari model instead… Full Review »Food and Drink
The best solution I've found to good, hot, and quick coffee on the trail. Over the years I've tried many different ways of making coffee on the trail and they all… Full Review »Nutrition Bars
Kind Blueberry Almond Breakfast Bar
They are decent, but I prefer a Clif Bar for the taste and durability. They make good granola though! I've eaten at least 20 of these bars over the years, so I… Full Review »Booties
Western Mountaineering Expedition Booties
In forty years of winter camping these have arguably been the warmest booties I've encountered. The outer fabric is highly weatherproof. I've been a four-season… Full Review »