Jackets are getting trimmer and thinner. Are the weight savings worth the money?
Barely-there shells for all kinds of conditions
7Mesh, a new British Columbia-based mountain bike clothing company, aims to raise the standard in outfitting cyclists.
Forget the forecast. This gear will keep you moving through the toughest season.
Like any wilderness mission, trail running requires savvy prep and the right equipment. Pack your bag wisely.
Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the Rab Maverick.
In the past 12 months, Columbia, Mountain Hardwear, Polartec, Gore-Tex, and Stoic have introduced new waterproof-breathable membranes. We won’t bore you with the wonky details of their lofty claims; all you need to know is that each is more breathable than many of the jackets we’ve been raving about for years.
Outside reviews the best gear for the 2012 Summer Buyer's Guide, including the Arc'teryx Incendo.
These shells offer equal parts protection and comfort. We reviewed the Columbia Flyin' Dry, with its waterproof, breathable membrane and roomy back pocket; the Marmot Tempo Hoody, which kept our tester toasty on mountain runs and hikes during a windy season; the super-stretchy First Ascent High Season; and others.
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