Jason Stevenson

Storm Hacker

Master all things meteorological with our expert primer on sun, wind, snow, and rain.

Patagonia Drifter A/C Trail Shoe

As this year's test began to wind down, one fact became glaringly apparent: The Drifter had accumulated the most mileage. It excelled on 90 percent of our trail adventures—from mellow...

Deckhand

The nonmarking sole on Rockport's Hydroplex sticks like a barnacle to a wet boat deck, but that's not the only reason we loved it. On hot days, the huge vents on this breathable, quick-drying mesh...

Solid Footing

Meet the top performance kicks of spring.

Comfort King

Part suede hiking shoe, part nimble trail runner, Vasque's hyper-comfortable Juxt quickly became our go-to option for light-duty day trips. The supple leather provides great durability, the densely...

Business Rider

Keen's Austin Pedal looks like an oxford-style casual shoe—until you turn it over. Recessed in the sole is a bike-pedal cleat (SPD-compatible) that lets you go from commute to conference call...

Canyoneer

Wade through pools. Scramble up sandstone. Repeat. Because it's mostly mesh, the Merrell Navigator Sport is perfect for wet-again, dry-again adventures, letting out moisture as soon as it gets in,...

River Keeper

It's not a shoe; it's a shandal! Teva's Itunda wraps your foot with enough protection to walk confidently in murky shallows, features a sticky proprietary tread for slimy rocks, and is secure enough...

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