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Adidas Five Ten NIAD Shoe – Full Day Comfort for Climbing

5.10 NIAD Shoe

Adidas Five Ten NIAD Shoe NIAD Shoe – Full Day Comfort for Climbing Andrew Piotrowski It might just be me, but I see more and more crossover between the climbing and ultra/trail running worlds. I personally love to see this but unfortunately, my feet typically don’t. Climbing shoes are usually the last thing my swollen, black-toed, and sore runner’s feet

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Engearment’s Jace Jackson Bags All 58 of Colorado’s 14ers

Engearment’s Jace Jackson Bags All 58 of Colorado’s 14ers 2

Engearment’s Jace Jackson Bags All 58 of Colorado’s 14ers Kate Agathon Summiting his first 14,000 foot peak (Mt. Bierstadt) at 9 years old, Engearment writer Jace Jackson spent two decades methodically ticking off one fourteener after another.   Being a “14er Finisher” in Colorado is no small feat- ranging from Class 1 to Class 5, there are 58 peaks over

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Camp Nanotech

Camp Nanotech

Camp Nanotech Wil Rickards Ski Mountaineering Tools that sit at the junction of durability and featherlight. There is gear that I love which needs writing about, even if it has been around a while. Camp’s Nanotech range falls into this category. To create some understanding, let’s start with a short exercise. One that will hopefully cause you to ponder and

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Patagonia Storm 10 Rain Jacket: a minimalist rain jacket that punches way above its weight class.

Patagonia Storm 10 - Engearment

Patagonia Storm 10 Rain Jacket: a minimalist rain jacket that punches way above its weight class. Drew Thayer I’ve owned, borrowed, and tested a lot of raincoats over the years, and there always seemed to be a tradeoff between lightweight and waterproofness at about 10 ounces. Jackets above this weight tend to be 3-layer construction and offer bomber protection in

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