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Dual Fuel 2-Burner Stove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars An old school stove that works well and is cheap on fuel. I have used this stove for years from summer fishing trips to camping at above 8,000 feet in Colorado in October with no issues. All I have used in mine for fuel is Coleman White gas and it is much cheaper to run than stoves that use propane gas bottles. Besides it's more green than all the 1lb bottles in the trash can from propane stoves.  Full review

Expedition 146 dlx

rated 3.5 of 5 stars This is your utility workhorse canoe... It's not going to win any races, and it certainly won't portage well, but you'd be hard-pressed to find another canoe that will tolerate as much abuse as this one. This review is for the Coleman Expedition 146 dlx, also branded as the Pelican Excursion 146 dlx. Pelican acquired Coleman's canoe division in 2000 and continued making RAM-X plastic hull canoes to Coleman's specifications. Some canoes were branded Coleman, and some were branded Pelican. They eventually… Full review

Peak 1 Stove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I love my Peak 1 stove! I have two Peak 1 stoves, both built in the early 1980s, and I won't buy a new one unless I have no choice. The flame control from simmer to full works perfectly, and that is a huge plus when simmering pasta/sauce for 10 minutes. The one=piece design means no hooking up fuel tanks or anything, just gas and go. It can be tough to light on cold mornings (think mid-October in Maine), but pre-heating the generator helps resolve that. I have the original (brown) Peak 1. Full review

Acadia

rated 4 of 5 stars Not bad. Did 8.5 miles in them over rocks, and I am still walking! Wore them today, first time. An 8 1/2 mile hike along Phoenix trails. Lots of rocks, needless to say. I was a little unsure because of the tread. At first glance, they looked more like forest hikers than rock hikers, but after 8 1/2 miles I would say they're not too bad.  Full review

6-Person Instant Tent

rated 5 of 5 stars INSTANT, instant. Roomy with two cots. Lightweight. Very good for senior use. Price is good, even if you might replace within a year. Good size door for one with a walker. Packs good, super easy setup, vented, good size door for wheelchair/walker use. Very good for senior use. Full review

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Coleman Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Outdoor Retailer: Icon flashlights and more product highlights
Flashlight brand Icon has a clever twist on LED technology. Columbia tries to best the performance of all the "waterproof/breathable" fabrics out there. And other OR highlights from Coleman, Eureka, and Thorlo. Read more
August 4, 2010

Denver Schoolteacher to Climb Summits of 50 States in 50 Days
Denver schoolteacher Mike Haugen will attempt to climb to the highest point of each of the 50 states in 50 days or less. Read more
May 28, 2008

Coleman Everest 5.5 Challenge Begins
Thousands of schoolchildren are going on a month-long virtual climb of Mount Everest, following in the footsteps of eighth grade science teacher Mike Haugen. Read more
April 9, 2007

Coleman Launches 2007 Everest 5.5 Challenge
Coleman will sponsor a spring 2007 expedition to Mt. Everest designed to motivate kids to get outside and recreate more. Read more
January 18, 2007

2007 Backpacking Stoves Preview
Three years ago the JetBoil Personal Cooking System changed the way we look at backpacking stoves. It was only a matter of time before JetBoil’s competitors introduced their own integrated stove systems, and two of them made their debuts this week. Read more
August 13, 2006

2007 Tents and Shelters Preview
Check out a few of the new tents and shelters from Outdoor Retailer Summer Market that will debut in 2007. Read more
August 11, 2006

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