Sam Moulton

Marmot Zonda - Camping Tents: Reviews

LONG AND LIGHTA single pole arcs the length of the Zonda, acting like a spine to give it strength. Two shorter brow poles complete the structure and create a decent amount of headroom (39 inches),...

Black Diamond Titan - Lanterns: Reviews

New-School LanternYour old propane-powered lantern might have sentimental value. But it's also fragile and high-maintenance. That's why we like the Titan. It runs on four D batteries, is bright...

Gordini Vector Glove - Gloves: Reviews

Thanks to a smart combination of wool and synthetic insulation, the leather-palmed and waterproof Vector kept our fingers toasty in single-digit temps. gordini.com

Komperdell Freeride Leather - Poles: Reviews

You know your buddy with the dollar-sign cuff links and flashy ski jacket? The Freerides, with their plush, lined straps and faux-leather accents, are for that guy. komperdell.com

Royal Robbins Lodge Pant - Clothing/Apparal: Reviews

With their Teflon-coated, water-resistant face fabric and fleecy liner, the Lodges are perfect for cool-weather hiking or camping. But unlike with most technical pants, the jean styling just needs a...

New Balance NBx Cocona - Base Layers: Reviews

With thumb loops, an iPod pocket at the shoulder, and reflective piping, this was my favorite top for cool-weather running and biking. Bonus: Its cocona-treated polyester fabric is odor-resistant....

Nemo Equipment Losi - Camping Tents: Reviews

GREAT SPACE-TO-WEIGHT RATIONemo Equipment made quite a splash when it debuted its impressively sturdy inflatable tents a few years ago. But this year's Losi, the company's first three-season poled...

Sierra Designs Isotope - Rain Jackets: Reviews

ULTRALIGHT INSURANCEDoes it make sense to buy a jacket for times when you don't actually want a jacket? In a word, yes. When you're going light, the forecast is decent, and you're tempted to leave...

Vans Chukka Fleece – Footwear: Reviews

Half skate shoe and half winter boot: From barhopping in Telluride to walking the dog in Chicago, our tester didn't take the fleece-lined Chukkas off until Groundhog Day. vans.com

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