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Packs to keep you adventuring, and safe, in the snow
Your sleeping bag is arguably your most important piece of backcountry gear.
For diehard gear geeks, there’s no more exciting category right now than jackets.
A great trip starts with the right roof overhead.
We tested the Canadian company's new backcountry ski boot and avalanche airbag for a week in B.C. Here's what we learned.
Arc’teryx, long known as a leader in outdoor apparel, just made the jump into hard goods by announcing their first ski touring boot, along with their first avalanche airbag.
When talking tents, square footage and height need a buddy.
Better bags so you can go farther, faster, and safer.
Choosing the right tent requires finding the perfect balance of price, weight, and space.
The rising cost of down is spurring insulation alternatives that will have us all sleeping soundly.
Not long ago, there were three clearly defined categories for jackets: waterproof hard shells, stretchy and breathable soft shells, and wind shells.
As much as we love a top-shelf mummy bag, it can be annoyingly constrictive and, on summer nights, too hot.
Because they’re portable and waterproof enough to keep you comfortable in a downpour, ultralight hard shells like the six-plus-ounce Hail are the hot new jacket category.
Boasting all the user-friendly features we look for in a lightweight backpacking tent—easy color-coded setup, roomy vestibules, and convenient storage pockets—the Rattlesnake ($400) was a tester...