The 1.6-ounce Leatherman Style PS does away with the knife blade of its predecessor, so it’s TSA compliant.
For remote treks with a point-and-shoot, a multitool that doubles as a tripod makes a lot of sense.
Outside reviews the 10 best adventure headphones, so you can keep the music playing wherever you go—from underwater to up in the sky.
Bowers & Wilkins C5 earbuds are the best-sounding running headphones we've ever tested.
Logitech's Ultimate Ears 200 Noise-Isolating Headset is great for skiers who need to switch songs or adjust the volume with gloves on.
Bose's QuietComfort 15 headphones doesn't block outside noise—they eliminate it, giving audiophiles the best listening experience possible
In the event of a wipeout, you'll want V-MODA's indestructible Crossfade M-80 headphones
Etymotic ETY-Kids 5 headphones create a tight seal to let kids listen at lower volumes, protecting their ears from damage.
Scosche's IEM856 In-Ear Monitors deliver high-end sound quality, and they won't break when you stuff them into your suitcase
H2O Audio's Surge Sportwrap 2G Waterproof Headphones can be immersed in water and still provide acceptable sound quality
Women's-specific headphones, like these from Subjekt and Nixon, may work better for ladies with smaller ears
JayBird Gear's Bluetooth-enabled headphones are perfect for cycling
Jays' v-Jays headphones are light, flexible, and offer full, clear sound
Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 Winter Buyer's Guide, including the Casio ProTrek PRW-5000Y-1 watch.
Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 Winter Buyer's Guide, including the Olympus TG-810 digital camera.