A top-tier down sleeping bag that handles rain for only $230?!? We’ll take it!
Staying dry doesn’t have to mean looking like you’re on a mountaineering expedition. Case in point, the waxed-canvas Fjällräven Abisko.
There’s good reason for the shocking $700 price tag: comfortable in temps from 55 degrees down to 5 degrees and able to fend of moisture, it’s the only bag you’ll need year-round.
Hard shell, soft shell, or ultralight? Take your pick.
Sacks stuffed with water-resistant down now dominate the market.
Twenty years ago, innovative products took shape out of sight, in basements and garages. Today they’re born online, at crowd-funding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. More...
Transceivers work well, but are costly. Apps may offer a cheaper alternative.
With ice-ax retention you can release with the pack on, gear loops for ’biners and belay devices, and an integrated crampon pocket, the Matrix is purpose-built for ski mountaineering. But you don’t...
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