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Gear of the Show 2015: Columbia Heatzone 1000

To prevent heat loss between the baffles, the new 900-fill Heatzone 1000 has unique overlapping seam construction, that all but eliminates the dead spaces where heat can escape.

Gear of the Show 2015: Under Armour Fat Tire GTX Shoes

Don't be fooled by the name. These oversize and waterproof shoe-boots aren't designed to be worn fat biking in the winter—the tire in the name refers to the outsoles, which are made from Michelin...

Gear of the Show 2015: Dynafit Chugach Skis

We don't typically associate Dynafit with versatile big mountain skis. The Austrian company—makers of some of the best, lightest alpine touring bindings on the market—is better known for gear...

Eagle Rock Werkshop Yoga Pants

Movement is self-expression, so it’s only fitting to wear something as loud and bold as you are while crushing workouts at the gym. Enter Eagle Rock Werkshop, a new fitness brand producing...

The JoltSensor

With all the disturbing concussion news coming out of the NFL, the days of getting up and “shaking off” a head injury are gone. Thus was the inspiration for the two MIT graduates who dreamed up the...

The Watercar Panther

The Panther’s builder, WaterCar, states that this car-boat combo is “the most-fun vehicle on the planet.” By the looks of it, the boasting could very well be true.

Kenyon City Grill

Lumbersexuals take note: Cooking at your tiny Brooklyn apartment just got easier thanks to Kenyon’s City Grill.

Magellan's Latest Sport Watch Is Future-Proof

It seems like a new fitness tracker comes out every day, rendering the one on your wrist obsolete. But Magellan’s Echo Fit aims to combat that planned obsolescence.

The CES Drone We Most Want to Fly

There are a lot of drones at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show. So many, in fact, that they warrant their own UAV section. But the most compelling drone we saw was the Trace FLYR1, a $500 unit...

In Search of the Steep and Deep

When the new Kachina Peak lift opened at Taos Ski Valley this season, inbound skiers and riders gained access to prime terrain turns once reserved for hikers.