The LZ is ideal for those who like to carry a lot of extra baggage in your pockets.
The Ultrachange is recommended for skiing in all conditions.
The Cloud is great for city dwellers who like to look good and still rip.
The Avers is a jacket better suited to drier climbs.
The Snowshot will keep you comfortable in wet or warm conditions.
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The Rocket Down will carry you through arctic conditions.
Over the past five years, stand-up paddleboarding has mushroomed from a handful of surfers SUPing waves in Hawaii to 1.2 million participants.
How do you pick an adventure in a country as big and boundless as Canada? We asked our favorite nomads to reveal the greatest hidden paddling, biking, and hiking spots, from Nova Scotia to the...
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The doors and vestibules are smallish, but the weight and price are right for such a rough-and-tumble tent.
Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2012 Buyer’s Guide, including The North Face Phoenix tent.
Perfect for multisport base camping—and Burning Man.
A great update to the mountaineering-expedition category.
Great balance of weight, livability, and cost.