Sam Moulton

MSR Reactor - Camp Stoves: Reviews

This completely enclosed and integrated pot-and-burner system is incredibly fuel-efficient, boiling a liter of water in as fast three minutes. 13.6 oz (includes 1.7-liter pot); msrgear.com

Leki Corklite Aergon - Trekking Poles: Reviews

Swift SticksThree things we look for in trekking poles: light weight, comfy grip, and easy length adjustment. The new Aergons hit the trifecta. At 17 ounces, they're respectably light. The mostly...

Kelty Luxor - Sleeping Bags: Reviews

BETTER THAN YOUR BEDLetting your car do the carrying for you? Sleep like royalty in the Luxor. It has 650-fill down on top and synthetic material underneath, where feathers get squashed. Fittingly,...

Arc'teryx Atom LT Hoody - Insulated Jackets: Reviews

Backcountry StapleIf you don't already have a jacket like the Atom LT Hoody in your quiver, it's time to add one. What's so great about it? Because it's lightly insulated with a highly compressible...

I/O Bio Signature Track Jacket: Base Layer Reviews

After testing half a dozen merino-wool midlayers last winter, this was the one we reached for most often, whether we were going skiing or to the bar. A high collar helps seal out the cold. TAGS:...

CW-X Insulator Web Top: Base Layer Reviews

This compression top is supposed to improve posture and make breathing easier. Does it? Hard to say, but most testers loved the snug and supportive fit for cool-weather running or skate-skiing. Hard-...

Coal Yukon Brim - Hats: Reviews

The ubiquitous brimmed hat, done right: The Yukon's understated style, chunky wool knit, and a band of fleece lining make this best in class. coalheadwear.com

Icebreaker Apex Ski Sweater - Base Layers: Reviews

If I were still a boy, this would be my wubby. This midweight merino-wool top is good-looking enough to wear to work but plenty technical (thumb loops, articulated arms, and a front zip) for...

MontBell Thunder Dome 2 - Camping Tents: Reviews

A CLASSIC ULTRALIGHTThunder Dome? Perhaps something was lost in translation, because there's nothing Mad Max–like about this tent from Japan-based MontBell. Despite the name, its earth-toned fly...

REI Kilo Flash +40 - Sleeping Bags: Reviews

ULTRALIGHT SUMMER BAGYou tend to pay more to carry less in the rarefied class of one-pound, down summer sacks. That's why the barely-over-a-pound Flash is such a surprise: For packability, weight,...

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