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Editors' Choice Snow Award 2013: Power Practical Powerpot V Charging Station

Charge your gadgets while cooking your grub.

Editors' Choice 2013: Garmin fenix

Stay found and stay fit with this best-in-class GPS watch.

Editors' Choice 2013: Pentax K-30 DSLR Camera

This weather-sealed DSLR is immune to the elements.

Editors' Choice 2013: Olympus Tough TG-1 iHS

Shoot high-quality pics with a rugged point-and-shoot.

Editors' Choice 2013: LifeProof iPhone Case

Protect your phone from anything, no bulk required.

Gear Review: Snow Peak Mini Hozuki Lantern

Improve every camp night with this little big light.

Gear Guide 2013: Electronics

Enhance any trek with these cameras and gadgets

Gear Review: Apple iPad Mini Tablet

Make lasting memories in style with the Apple iPad Mini.

Gear Review: Braven 625s Multi-use Speaker

You don't have to stop the music with this multi-use speaker from Braven.

Gear Review: MTM Special Ops Silencer Never-Fail Watch

Never lose track of time with the burly and feature-heavy MTM Special Ops Silencer watch.

Gear Review: Lezyne Phone Wallet

Take your essentials with you wherever you go with this smart storage case from Lezyne.

Gear Review: Pelican Elite Case i1075 Portable Office

Never be more than a click away with this portable office from Pelican.

Gear Review: Solio Classic2 Solar Charger

Stay plugged in off the grid with the Solio Classic2 solar charger.

Gear Review: Nikon D3200 Entry-Level DSLR

Shoot like a professional with minimal experience using this entry-level DSLR from Nikon.

Gear Review: Casio Pathfinder Solar-Powered Watch

With solar power and atomic timekeeping, you'll never be late for a summit bid again.

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