Masked in a proprietary waterproofing nano-technology, the multi-sport V-Lite Thunder can handle any weather condition. $90
An airy, mesh version of the waterproof Moraga OXT, this shoe is the perfect summertime day hiker. $110
Our Gear-of-the-Year-winning hiker stomps technical terrain with a toothy Vibram sole and breathes like the best of them. $110
Yes, Thule makes luggage, and it's just as tough as their roof racks. Presenting our 2011 Gear of the Year winner.
These new shoes are toeing the line between trail and road runner. One reason the North Face Double Track won our 2011 Gear of the Year award.
Our Gear of the Year winning bag offers comfort and warmth down to 15 degrees, and it weighs less than 2 pounds.
With an extra 15 liters of expandable space, our Gear of the Year winning pack, the Deuter ACT Zero 50+15, works for day hikes and multiday trips.
It's sticky sole and lightweight helped, but it was the perfect fit that won the Garmont Zenith Mid our Gear of the Year award.
Simplicity is why the New Balance 890 wins our Gear of the Year award.
Light, fast, and comfortable: Three reasons the Bolle Vortex is our Gear of the Year winning sunglass.
Four-season performance with three-season weight: Introducing our Gear of the Year winning jacket, Columbia's Peak 2 Peak.
Ultralight, waterproof, breathable, reinforced panels: all the ingredients that make up our Gear-of-the-Year-winning jacket. $200
Overpronate? This stability shoe is all about controlling your motion, without compromising a springy feel. $140
The lightest down bag on the market, this 15-degree, 850-fill sleeping bag won't weigh down your pack at just 1.4 pounds. $439
An affordable zero-degree bag that our testers agreed was the warmest zero-degree bag yet. $219