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.
A tough new shoe developed with input from Appalacian Trail hikers.
A 3-in-1 jacket with a waterproof membrane that can be worn in any combination.
A knee-length parka that keeps you toasty, and stuffs down into a pocket the size of a PB and J.
A waterproof, breathable shell with a comfy mesh lining.
A killer deal at $225.
The Gear of the Year 2011 winning resort jacket.
A 3-in-1 jacket with pockets for everything.
Thanks to fender mounts, our Gear-of-the-Year-winning road bike can, not only excel as a racer, thanks to a carbon fiber frame, it can double as a commuter. $2,630
This "comfort-performance" road bike is designed to keep your spine happy, while keeping you moving fast. $3,000