Justin Nyberg

Scott Mohave: Insulated Jackets Review

Buy More PassesWith its subtle herringbone-like weave, square buttons, and asymmetrical front pockets, the Mohave is stylish in a low-key way. So when we saw the reasonable price tag, we figured...

Kershaw Two Can - Knives & Tools: Reviews

Weighing little more than half an ounce, the Two Can is either the lightest little knife we've seen this year or the smallest pair of scissors. www.kershawknives.com

Skins Sport Sox: Socks Review

SKINS SPORT SOX provide both compression and insulation for calves, which get colder more quickly than upper-leg muscles.

ASICS Rapido - Lightweight Jackets: Reviews

Air scoops on the shoulders, a full-size back vent, and the softest, most porous nylon of the bunch makes this an ideal pick for intense or humid runs. Style kill: See-through fabric reveals ugly...

Cloudveil 4 Pines: Insulated Jackets Review

Hot DealWith top-shelf synthetic insulation (PrimaLoft Eco), a tough, waterproof outer fabric, and all the creature comforts you could want (including nine pockets, pit zips, a powder skirt, and a...

Gerber Clutch - Knives & Tools: Reviews

At just 2.4 ounces and 2.5 inches when stowed, this microknife conceals some oversize innards: seven tools and a pair of pliers for those on-the-go, clutch repairs. www.gerbergear.com

Saucony Protection Gloves: Gloves Review

SAUCONY's wind-resistant, hunter-orange PROTECTION GLOVES have great features (terry snot wipe, big reflective patch, breathable palm panel, and nifty USB-rechargeable, clip-on light).

Sugoi Helium - Lightweight Jackets: Reviews

Perfectly tailored, ultralight, rustle-free, and, if you opt for the shield-your-eyes neon-green color, unbelievably car-repellent. Translation: It's our favorite do-it-all shell. 3.3 oz; sugoi.com

GoLite El Diablo R.B. - Insulated Jackets: Reviews

The only true skiing-compatible puffy here (removable powder skirt, hood, music port), the Diablo is lined with heat-reflective metal, like a space blanket, for warmth without the Michelin Man bulk....

SmartWool Stagecoach - Base Layers: Reviews

Good for Backcountry This mostly wool-and-nylon button- front was a midlayer before the term "midlayer" existed. Ski with it over a base layer, then wear it with a T-shirt to the bar. smartwool.com