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Fall Gear Guide 2013: Baselayers

Boost next-to-skin comfort with 12 top picks.

Gear Review: Terramar Smartsilk Crew/Tights

Made from a lightweight, body-mapped fabric, these baselayers excelled in all conditions.

Gear Review: Smartwool NTS Mid 250 Hoody

A midweight baselayer with year-round performance.

Gear Review: Westcomb Sphere Baselayers

These ultrawarm layers will keep you outside longer.

Gear Review: Rab MeCo 250 Long Sleeve Zip Tee

An ultralight turtleneck that is 65 percent merino and 35 percent Cocona polyester.

Gear Review: Terramar TXO 1.0 Body-Sensors Crew

This baselayer has excellent wicking and quick-dry performance.

Gear Review: Stoic Microlith Softshell Pullover

A softshell and baselayer in one.

Gear Guide 2012: Terramar HotTotties Thermolator Pro Crew and Tight Baselayers

HotTotties is Terramar's women's-only line, and it emphasizes femme-specific fit details–this top and bottom set is no exception.

Fall/Winter Gear Guide 2011: Baselayers

Keep your top and bottom warm and dry through any outdoor activity with these baselayers.

Gear Guide 2011: Essentials

Welcome to accessory and apparel heaven: puffy jackets, stoves, windpants, knives, iPad apps, solar panels, GPS, hydration, first aid, socks, camp food, baselayers, and more.

Couples Camping 101: Victoria's Secret Goes Backcountry

Skivvies for your bivy.

Gear Review: Baselayers--Rivers West Apex Base System

This merino wool layer keeps all your bases covered, without smelling like a sock drawer.

Get Bargains on Gear

Forget full price. Here's how to score deals on outdoor duds.

Green Scene: Eco-Friendly Wool

Learn how you can shop for ethical, eco-friendly wool to lighten your planetary load.

Apparel Guide: Baselayers

Contain your body heat with with these skin-hugging baselayers: the 180s Quantum Dry Base Layer crew and pant, Icebreaker 180 GT Chase 1/4 Zip, Patagonia Wool 2 long sleeve crew and bottoms, and White Sierra Bamboo Crew.

Field Notes: The Latest Word from Our Testers

True-blue reviews on the latest items we've taken out on trail.

Field Notes: The Latest Word from Our Testers

The green truth behind bamboo, a hyper-efficient cookpot, and a bargain three-person tent.

Trail Tops

These eight trail tops wick sweat, look great, and fit great. Wear them for a run or a week-long trek.

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