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Air Pegasus+ 30

rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight women's running shoe. Good for road running, light to moderate trail running. These were recommended to me by my local running store, and did not disappoint. They are for a relatively neutral gait. I have a narrow heel and wide ball of my feet, and these have been comfortable without the need for breaking in. They held up fairly well, and when it was time to replace, I transitioned them to a general gym/workout shoe. As is common with running shoes, the heel is slightly raised relative… Full review

Lunarfly+ 2

rated 4 of 5 stars What a versatile shoe. It can do just about anything. What a great shoe for trail running. It's light, grippie, comfortable and stable on the trail. Not for real technical running, but great for improved trails. They are fast, light and responsive and real fun to run in. Full review

Daybreak Hat

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Athletic hat which can be used for camping, playing sports, or just mowing the lawn. Highly recommended for activities where you want the shade, but prefer wicking and breathability of lightweight fabric. I received a gray model from my friend about 4 years ago. He played tennis in it for a season, just to give you an example of the "genre" of hat this is. It's been my go-to hat for most occasions.   That material is very thin and breathable, but at the same time durable. I have snagged this hat… Full review

ACG Air Umara

rated 2 of 5 stars Not the best hiking boots in the world, but they are easy to break in and keep your feet relatively comfortable... That is until they start falling apart on you. Until a few weeks ago I would probably raved about my Nike ACG Air Umara Hiking Boots as a low end option for decent hiking boots and given them 3.5 or 4 stars out of the available 5 stars.  That was of course before I went out on a 7-mile day hike and the sole seperated from the upper. Fit: Not too much to complain about here. They fit… Full review

Lance 4

rated 4 of 5 stars I've owned this watch for a year and it hasn't let me down yet. It's been with me adventure racing and the compass works great. I fly in helicopters for the Navy and the altimeter is relatively accurate, but not perfect. Usually differs by about 1 or 2 hundred feet, but after a quick calibration it's ready to go again. It's tough and I have definitely put it through its paces.  It's easy to use and gets a lot of attention.  It replaced my Suunto Observer, mainly because it was cheaper, but performed… Full review

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How to Recycle Old Outdoor Gear
Depending on who you're talking to, today is either America Recycles Day or Zero Waste Day. If you can't donate or pass on old backcountry gear, what are your recycling options once your gear reaches the end of its trail life? Here are a few. Read more
November 15, 2010


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