One of the warmest and most technical resort jackets we tested.
A top-of-the-line racer that our testing pros gushed over.
A time-trail and triathlon bike built to cheat the wind.
A killer value and a true starter race bike.
Our Gear of the Year winning road shoe delivers on comfort.
This limited edition Leatherman Wave, crafted out Damascus steel, was built to stay sharp. $550
Water- and wind-resistant, the Nau Lightbeam 100%-recycled polyester staves off the elements with a low-profile design. $175
Sticky rubber keeps these lightweight trail runners glued to the dirt, especially excelling on mellow, rolling trails. $100
Ultralight backpackers will praise this 2,014-cubic-inch minimalist pack for its perfectly designed organizational pockets and breathable back panel. $175
An affordable zero-degree bag that our testers agreed was the warmest zero-degree bag yet. $219
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
A revolutionary design--spiral, elastic baffles--not only allows you to twist and turn at night, but also holds the insulation against you for fewer cold spots. Our Gear of the Year winner. $379
A light hiking shoe that's durable and comfortable.
The anti-minimalist running shoe.
An ultralight, 250 gram carbon fiber trekking pole, that made our jaws drop.