Sam Moulton

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

Leki Legend S - Poles: Reviews

These limited-edition beauties come with their own carrying case and feature Leki's proprietary Trigger grip system: An integrated harness pops onto and off of the pole's grip, so you don't have to...

Sierra Designs Tengu 3 - Camping Tents: Reviews

A PORT IN ANY STORMIf protection—not weight—is your chief priority, the three-person Tengu is your shelter. It's what's commonly known as a Euro (or dry-pitch) tent, because you clip the...

Petzl Myo RXP - Headlamps: Reviews

Night HikerYou can preset your favorite three brightness levels from a menu of ten. And, thanks to an internal regulator, the Myo RXP burns bright right up until its indicator light says it's time to...

Helly Hansen Sray - Rain Jackets: Reviews

HIGH-PERFORMANCE HIPSTEROur guarantee: With this jacket you'll either be the best-dressed guy in camp or the driest sidewalk cruiser in town. The Sray is unabashedly unlike any storm shell we've seen...

Sorel Bota Bag – Footwear: Reviews

Need something warm enough for Wisconsin or Wyoming? Thanks to a Thinsulate lining and an inch-thick, insulated footbed, the waterproof Bota Bags are the warmest boots here. sorel.com

Life-Link Guide Pole - Poles: Reviews

If someone forgets or breaks their avalanche probe, these are great insurance. Pop off the baskets, screw the shafts together, and you've got a six-foot probe. Bummer: The mechanism that adjusts...

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