Overpronate? This stability shoe is all about controlling your motion, without compromising a springy feel. $140
The most barebones training shoe in our line-up--our testers only wanted to run fast in this featherweight runner. $110
Designed like a pro racer's bike but with a less-expensive weave of carbon fiber making it peloton- and wallet-friendly. $3,750
A commuter pack that can handle the toughest weather and keep your tech gear safe. $79
Our favorite women's commuter bike for 2009.
Our Gear of the Year winner was the most versatile bike we tested.
A jacket that wears as well on the slopes as it does in the city.
The lightest all-mountain bike we tested this year.
The Gear of the Year winning Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5.
A super-light cross-country racer that flies over big terrain.
The clear winner in our all-mountain category.
The shoe for technical trails, the Salomon XT Wings.
The Gear of the Year winning Rudy Project Zyon Sailing.
A performance shell specially designed for gadget lovers.
An aerodynamic road bike built to withstand rough roads.