Sam Moulton

POC Receptor Bug - Helmet: Reviews

Because the Bug's vents are recessed between its two slightly overlapping shells, you get a 100 percent puncture-proof helmet that breathes moderately well. pocsports.com

Mountain Hardwear Shadowland - Wind Shell: Reviews

Ignore the ForecastAll-purpose windbreakers like the nonstretchy Shadowland have been around for a while—and with good reason. More lined than insulated, the Shadowland is essentially what you'd...

Cloudveil Inertia Peak - Soft Shells: Reviews

REFRESHINGLY UNFUSSYWhen Jackson, Wyoming–based Cloudveil promises a do-it-all mountain soft shell for under $150, the smart money gives it a try. So our Jackson-based tester did everything in...

Ground Virtual - clothing/apparel: Reviews

The perfect summerweight waterproof/breathable rain pants. So light (11 ounces) you'll always pack them, they're capable of fending off even the nastiest afternoon thunderstorm. groundwear.com

Giro Shiv - Helmet: Reviews

Designed specifically for the park and pipe, the Shiv's eight vents do an adequate job of cooling, and the detachable magnetic goggles clip is a smart feature—just don't lose it. giro.com

The North Face Vario 23 - Camping Tents: Reviews

A STOUT, LIGHTWEIGHT HYBRIDThe split-personality Vario uses a weight-saving design—two sides are single-wall, two are traditional double-wall—to achieve an impressive weight/strength/space...

Jetboil Helios - Camping Canister Stoves: Reviews

Pocket RocketWhen you want the hyper-efficency of a Jetboil stove, but need to cook for two to four people, it's hard to beat the Helios. The company's proprietary FluxRing (a baffle on the bottom of...

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...

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