Sam Moulton

Woolrich Chatham Flats - clothing/apparel: Reviews

Woolrich Chatham Flats - clothing/apparel: Reviews

The cotton-and-nylon blend doesn't dry as quickly as all-synthetic pants, but thanks to articulated knees and a loose cut, these are way more comfortable. Zippered cargo pockets keep your money and...

Petzl Adapt - Lanterns & Headlamps: Reviews

Petzl Adapt - Lanterns & Headlamps: Reviews

Already have a headlamp from Petzl's popular Tikka or Zipka series? With this mount-and-clip kit (pictured with a Tikka Plus), you can easily swap your light among climbing helmet, pack, and more....

Red Trace - Helmet: Reviews

Red Trace - Helmet: Reviews

More of a Budweiser man than a High Life guy? The Trace is also available in seven colors, each with ten vents. But this is the only style that has a rear vent that conveniently doubles as a bottle...

Sierra Designs Cirque - Sleeping Bags: Reviews

Sierra Designs Cirque - Sleeping Bags: Reviews

WARM IN ANY WEATHEROK, sometimes sleeping outside just plain sucks—like when it's cold and wet and you're without a tent. Fortunately, the Cirque is made for just such nights. On a soggy ski-...

GoLite Gamut - Soft Shells: Reviews

GoLite Gamut - Soft Shells: Reviews

A WATERPROOF SOFT SHELL, FOR PEANUTSIn the future you'll be able to get the perfect jacket: soft-shell performance, storm-shell protection, and windbreaker economy. Until then, we have the Gamut, a...

Kask Heli - Hats: Reviews

Kask Heli - Hats: Reviews

The next best thing to wearing a hat hand-knit by a loved one? One designed by Swedish freeskiers Kaj Zackrisson and Sverre Liliequist, who founded Kask in 2004. kaskofsweden.com

CamelBak VeloBak - hydration systems: Reviews

Road A hydration shirt? Yes. This three-pocket cycling jersey has an integrated compartment that snugs a 72-ounce reservoir (included) to your back. Some testers were initially skeptical, but...

Marker Duke – Backcountry Ski Bindings: Reviews

Marker Duke Backcountry Ski Bindings: Reviews

Thanks to a DIN of 16, an innovative toe-height adjustment, and a beefy plate underfoot, the new Duke outperforms all other AT bindings on the descent. Or, as one tester put it, "The playing...

Necky Rip - Touring and Sea Kayaks: Reviews

Necky Rip - Touring and Sea Kayaks: Reviews

Best for Beginners One of the hardest things to learn in a kayak is how to go in a straight line. That's why kayaking newbies especially loved this ten-and-a-half-foot plastic boat. It stays...

Aigle Kerwan - clothing/apparel: Reviews

Aigle Kerwan - clothing/apparel: Reviews

With no fewer than eight pockets (three of them zip-pered), adjustable cuffs, and zip-off legs, these quick-drying nylon pants are ideal for any kind of adventure travel. aigleusa.com

Pro-Tec Vigilante Boa - Helmet: Reviews

Pro-Tec Vigilante Boa - Helmet: Reviews

The upper vents are lined with mesh, while the two in front create good airflow—our goggles never fogged up. But our favorite thing about the Vigilante is the Boa fit system. Just spin a knob at...

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