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These shelters make vast wilderness feel like home

Base lodge closed? No problem. Turn your car into a private post-ski lounge.

Dialed and ready for big loads, these bags will help you keep the pace

Superior lodgings for weekend jaunts and extended outings

Tim Fish talks about gaining design inspiration from unexpected places

Comfortable, technical, light—sleep systems for every season

And how to tell if you really need one

Finally, a winter hauler that hits the sweet spot

It's not good enough to simply keep one with you while you're on the water. You've got to know how to work it.

Sleep so magnificent, you’ll be turning in early

There’s no painful mortgage, but a few key factors should guide your decision when shopping for a tent

Shelters that rise above in affordability, sturdiness, and headroom

At long last, full-protection shells that breathe, too

Designed for hut trips to sidecountry adventures and everything in between, here are our favorite snow-sports packs

From plush to ultralight, there's something here for everyone

Gear haulers slim down and grow up

10 testers. 20 sleeping bags. 6 months. Here are the results.

Sleeping in a tent doesn’t have to mean roughing it

When to wash your shell, how to apply a DWR, and whether to choose a spray-on or wash-in

When weather rolls in, grab one of these

Sack out in something snug, breathable, and packable

The year’s top shelters are quick to assemble and roomier than ever

Here’s our comprehensive guide for how to choose the right backcountry shelter

Eleven companies making apparel and equipment just the way you like it

Traveling far and wide for powder doesn't have to be an awkward nightmare, thanks to this cleverly designed carry-on

Hopefully after reading this, you'll never buy luggage without two shoulder straps again

Running dead is not an option—at least not one we want to contemplate

We put together this list of seven essentials for keeping the groove going no matter where you are

Why settle for crappy hotel-room java when you can bring your own?

Load them up, kick them through the snow—these haulers will serve you well no matter what.

The result: quality gear made for the masses

Portable abodes for every clime

Sacks for a comfortable night’s sleep, wherever you lay your head.

Would you pay $200 for a Canadian tuque?

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.

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