A highly water-resistant soft shell at a killer price.
A superlight wind shell with impressive protection.
Wear this jacket around town or under a shell on the slopes.
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.
The Arc'teryx Alpha SL can be worn biking or bar hopping.
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