What do you think would happen if you took a top-notch wind shell and added 40 grams of insulation to the torso? To be honest, we'd never asked ourselves that question. Thankfully, the folks at Arc'teryx did. T... Read More...
Is it too early to be thinking about what gear we'll be in next spring? Heck no. Especially when The North Face offers us an opportunity to hang out in sunny Boulder, Colorado with some of their pro athletes who helped design the gear. So, that's what we did.
We found the Helly Hansen Enroute Shelter jacket to be a decent companion in the backcountry, if it fits you. It's light weight and packs down well, disappearing in your pack.
After nine months, we still can't get Columbia Outdry Extreme to fail. It simply won't wet out by design. Should you buy it?
The Big Agnes Dunkley belay parka is a supremely warm jacket you can toss over your layers when the action slows and the wind starts freezing your sweat. If that happens to you, go get yourself a Dunkley.
It's tough to find a decent jacket aimed at high output aerobic activities in cool to cold weather. It's even more difficult to find one that doesn't use synthetic insulation. Enter the Smartwool Propulsion 60 jacket.
Ever head your nether-parts caressed by an angel? Us neither. But, we imagine that it would feel something like MyPakage underwear.
Wonder how we keep photography gear safe and dry when the weather is less than bluebird? Let us introduce you to Peak Design, makers of the Capture Clip and the Peak Design Shell.