Justin Nyberg

Kelty Tecate - Hydration Packs: Review

This featherweight back hugger stays in place during even the most jarring bob-and-weave trail running. Pack sparingly: There's space for only energy bars, keys, and a light shell. The spongy back...

Timex Sleek 150-Lap - sport watches: Reviews

Slap HappyThis watch's fumble-free solution to recording your splits: Smack it! The slap-sensitive face works great (and is especially useful when wearing the watch under long sleeves). Plus, the...

K2 Rival: Snow-Sport Helmets Review

Except for a few tiny holes on the brim and back, the Rival has no vents. The result is better weather sealing during storms but a sweatier head come spring. It's a high-volume helmet. TAGS: simple,...

Reebok Fitwatch 10M - Heart-Rate Monitors: Reviews

Lose the chest strap. With a touch of the finger, the 10M takes accurate readings in four to five seconds, twice as fast as other strapless monitors. Don't look for lap features or data storage, but...

Arc'teryx Razor 15 - Hydration Packs: Review

If you already have a hydration reservoir and just need a more versatile pack to put it in, go for the Razor and its interchangeable hipbelts. Use the minimalist strap for running with a light load;...

Adidas MiCoach Pacer - data: Reviews

Talks You Through ItThis small device delivers basic speed-up/slow-down instructions (based on your heart rate, pace, and a workout you select at micoach.com) through an earbud to help maximize your...

Smith Vantage: Snow-Sport Helmets Review

The Vantage is a freak for climate control, with no fewer than 14 sealable vents; the front four independently close for more or less A/C on the descent. Its slim profile, good interior air channels...

Deuter Race X Air - Hydration Packs: Review

An aggressively arched suspension with mesh panel lets air cool your back. The pack includes a two-liter reservoir and stows cargo for a long ride. Best for biking. 1.5 lbs; www.deuterusa.com

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