At the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market last week, these five products costing less than $50 caught our eye with their affordable capability
Weighing less than two ounces, the Bindi is perfect for anyone who wants an ultralight solution for pre-dawn or post-sundown winter runs.
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Improved technology means you don't have to spend a lot to get a great light
Because no one wants to be left in the dark
The thing is tiny, reliable, and could very well save your ass
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The outdoors can be deadly if you're unprepared. But these gear items will help you make it home alive—even if everything else goes wrong.
From the floor of the world's biggest outdoor industry meetup, we bring you the up-and-coming companies and products that caught our eye
First things first: your pack will be heavier. You’ll be packing more food, fuel, and layers. As for shelter, if you’re not expecting high winds or heavy snowfall, you probably don’t need to upgrade to a four-season tent; a sturdy (read: not ultralight or mostly mesh) three-season model should see you through.
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