Sam Moulton

CW-X Insulator Web Top: Base Layer Reviews

CW-X Insulator Web Top: Base Layer Reviews

This compression top is supposed to improve posture and make breathing easier. Does it? Hard to say, but most testers loved the snug and supportive fit for cool-weather running or skate-skiing. Hard-...

Leki Legend S - Poles: Reviews

Leki Legend S - Poles: Reviews

These limited-edition beauties come with their own carrying case and feature Leki's proprietary Trigger grip system: An integrated harness pops onto and off of the pole's grip, so you don't have to...

Sierra Designs Tengu 3 - Camping Tents: Reviews

Sierra Designs Tengu 3 - Camping Tents: Reviews

A PORT IN ANY STORMIf protection—not weight—is your chief priority, the three-person Tengu is your shelter. It's what's commonly known as a Euro (or dry-pitch) tent, because you clip the...

Helly Hansen Sray - Rain Jackets: Reviews

Helly Hansen Sray - Rain Jackets: Reviews

HIGH-PERFORMANCE HIPSTEROur guarantee: With this jacket you'll either be the best-dressed guy in camp or the driest sidewalk cruiser in town. The Sray is unabashedly unlike any storm shell we've seen...

Princeton Tec Remix - Headlamps: Reviews

Princeton Tec Remix - Headlamps: Reviews

Simple and SturdyBasic, tough, reliable—for most testers, the water-resistant Remix had all the qualities they wanted in a headlamp. There's one big LED when you need a focused beam of light (...

Ugg Aiden – Footwear: Reviews

Ugg Aiden – Footwear: Reviews

The water-resistant Aidens can handle snowy driveways and sloppy sidewalks. But because they're not insulated (but have comfy sheepskin liners), these shoes are a good choice for California winters...

Karhu Jak BC – Backcountry Skis: Reviews

Karhu Jak BC Backcountry Skis: Reviews

At a pound less than Karhu's in-bounds version, the Jak BC is a featherweight climber made with carbon components and the new environmentally friendly Greenlight Core, which is made of...

Shimano SH-M161 - cleats: Reviews

Shimano SH-M161 - cleats: Reviews

Mountain Off-Road Rambler On the bike, the M-161s are reasonably stiff, if a touch heavy. But if you're planning on doing any hike-a-bike, you can't beat this burly shoe. The uppers are...

Scarpa T2X – Backcountry Boots: Reviews

Scarpa T2X Backcountry Boots: Reviews

There's a reason Scarpa hasn't made many changes to the T2X over the past few years: It's solid just the way it is. A three-buckle lightweight that comes in at a pound less than Scarpa...

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