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Win Kora Wool Activewear for Year-Round Adventuring

Wool jacket, top, base layers, and more—we're giving one of you a technical activewear package from Kora. Review your outdoor gear and you're automatically entered to win this versatile prize to stay warm and comfy on all your adventures ($660 value). Read More »

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Recent Reviews

Scarpa Mojito Bio

Lace to toe, narrow to medium fit. 100% biodegradable. The lace to toe makes this one of my best fitting shoes.  I was looking for a very breathable yet robust… Full Review »

Victorinox Swiss Army Classic SD

Several handy, frequently needed little tools on one small unobtrusive "knife." I've had mine ~25 years; the Victorinox symbol just fell off the body a month or… Full Review »

NiteCore NU25

This is a fantastic headlamp. It's unbelievably light, bright, and has many features for a minimalist headlamp. This headlamp lasts a very long time on a full charge. Full Review »

Zamberlan Baffin GT

These are the best boots I’ve ever had. Very comfortable and robust. They look beautiful. Love the lace hardware and system. I have used these boots now for 8… Full Review »

Suunto Core

14 years old and still going! Purchased this watch for a deployment to Afghanistan in 2007 and have been wearing it off and on ever since. This includes 14 years… Full Review »

Magic Stretch Gloves

Generic, no-name skinny, stretchy gloves, available at Pound Shops and Dollar stores, everywhere. The cheapest, lightest insurance policy an outdoors person ever… Full Review »

Klean Kanteen 27oz Classic

A durable steel bottle, with some ecological merits, a choice of lids and available in a selection of attractive colours. I bought this bottle eight years ago. Full Review »

Petzl Fixe

Going up (elevator background music)...(ding sound)...3rd floor featuring climbing gear and pulleys to get your spirits up. Ever since I took Physics in college… Full Review »

Optimus Polaris Optifuel

Well built. Needs an additional silencer cap to achieve its potential. I bought this recently as an alternative to my Coleman 442 and to replace a Primus Omnilite. … Full Review »

Victorinox Swiss Army Classic SD

The best tools are the available ones. I've carried this tiny set of tools on my key ring for perhaps 20 years. It weighs nothing, arouses no anxiety in the office,… Full Review »

Coleman Camp and Sport Towel

Coleman does it again with a quick drying lightweight camp towel. One of many campers' and hikers' problems is carrying extra weight and packing room so bringing… Full Review »

Energizer Weatheready 360 Degree Area Light

Ok, so have you ever ran out of batteries for your flashlight or lantern? Well, I surely have and it isn't pleasant doing things in the pitch black of darkness. Full Review »

TOPS Knives Mil-Spie 3

Whatever possessed God in heaven to make a man like Rambo? Well, the answer to that question is the TOPS Mil Spie 3. Ok, so no, Rambo would not have ever owned… Full Review »

Kuiu Peloton 97 Fleece Zip-Off Bottom

Very lightweight fleece base/mid-layers—dry quickly and a lot of warmth for the weight. Kuiu is probably a name a lot of folks aren't familiar with. They are… Full Review »

Coleman Northern Nova

Your left, your left, your left right left. Company Halt ...Yep, you are in the Army now. Introducing the Coleman Northern Nova Propane Lantern, the official lantern… Full Review »

Kuiu Peloton 97 Fleece Zip-T Hoodie

Very lightweight fleece base/mid-layers—dry quickly and a lot of warmth for the weight. Kuiu is probably a name a lot of folks aren't familiar with. They are… Full Review »

Wiggy's Liner Jacket

Inexpensive, super light, VERY warm, great for layering. I bought this liner while picking up one of the Wiggy's 20-degree sleeping bags, both in MARPAT, figuring… Full Review »

MSR WhisperLite

Great company, excellent aftermarket service! After many years of service and much use my stove broke, right where the fuel flex hose joins the hard piping. It… Full Review »

Lowe Alpine Mesa 6

A comfortable, well designed pack, which can carry the essentials for a day hike, dog walk, or mountain run, in a stable and unobtrusive way. I chose this pack… Full Review »

Gregory Nano Waistpack

The Nano is a 3.5L waistpack that provides storage for gear or snacks in three zippered pockets. Coming in a wide array of colors, from subtle to bold, the Nano… Full Review »

Ronhill Trackster Classic

The iconic product, which still works, after all these years. Super-light, stretchy, tough, comfy, versatile, and easy to care for. Extensively copied, but still… Full Review »

Iturri MTP Patrol Boots

Leather uppers, minimal stitching, no gtx, high ankle cuff, medium flex and torsional rigidity. Itturi are a Spanish boot maker manufacturing British MOD footwear… Full Review »

Buff Lightweight Merino Wool Buff

An accessory that earns its keep—whatever you do, outdoors. It's a scarf, a head or wristband, a hat, balaclava, towel, pot gripper...It may be the loose neck… Full Review »

MKM Tasman Dual Layer Jersey

It's a sweater, not a jacket, but didn't have that option. I'm not sure how I came across MKM (Manawatu Knitting Mills), a New Zealand brand, but I'm glad I did! Full Review »

Black Diamond Distance 15 Pack

A spacious 15L running vest style pack that is great for all sorts of adventures.     I saw this pack at a trade show and immediately knew that I needed it for… Full Review »

RinseKit Pro 3.5 Gallon Portable Shower

The RinseKit PRO is a 3.5 gallon battery-pressurized portable shower that offers superior pressurization, capacity, and portability compared to other portable showers. Full Review »

MSR WhisperLite

If you are only going to have one stove... I'm sure most of us have several stoves. I do. The WhisperLite was the first true backpacking stove I purchased...decades… Full Review »

Hilleberg Anjan 2

It's built to use, and use, and use... I've been wanting a Hilleberg for many years. In my opinion, there are simply no better tents and maybe only a handful that… Full Review »

Merrell Moab 2 Mid Waterproof

If you have bad ankles and love trail hiking, then here's the shoe for you! After a decade of wearing Merrell Moabs I'd recommend these to anybody who desires quality… Full Review »

Eureka! Apex3A

Not a lightweight tent by any means, but it is solid, functional, and has stood the test of time for more than ten years on all kinds of trips. We bought this tent… Full Review »

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