Small-chested women rejoice: this moderate-compression racerback resists chafing.
It crushed the competition in terms of support.
This hiking shirt blends hippie style with technical attributes.
Who wants a mountain tent that buckles under pressure? Not us–so we subjected four to a powerful series of tests.
When you lose loft, you lose warmth. Ergo, the most durable bag is the one that bounces back best from 3,989 pounds of compression.
To survive mixer-tough mountain trails, get Old World craftsmanship.
If a backpack can survive road rash at 60 miles per hour, it can handle any backcountry abuse.
We took durability testing to the extremes, so you would know which gear lasts–and why.
Our top ultralight tarp ensures versatility with no weight.
This tarp offers the fastest setup, with tons of cooking room.
This tarp is best for groups of campers.
Big and versatile, the gigantic Kaitum is in a class all by itself.
Our best all-around 3-person tent combines the best of space, weight, and weatherproofing.
This top ultralight stood up to fierce winds in Alaska, and is a snap to set up.
This light, large, and affordable tent will appeal to almost any three-season camper.
Roomy, rugged, and light-as-a-feather--that's why the Fly Creek is this year's pick for best all-around solo tent.
This is one of the lightest, toughest four-season tent on the market.
Want to get a winter tent without breaking the bank? The Cirque is the tent for you.
This winter tent is long, lean, and livable.
Black Diamond's Stormtrack will keep even giants warm in the mountains.
Adequate space, bomber construction, and light weight make the String Ridge our pick for this year's best mountaineering tent.
The Minibus is just like its namesake: Roomy, big, and heavy.
Space and price align in the Zeta 3.
If you're taller than tall, the Marmot Crib could be for you.
The Ajanta feels bigger than you'd ever expect, and comes at a sweet price
Not even the strongest winds can faze the roomy Black Diamond Oasis.
Rain making your fly droop? Adjust your tent from the inside with this pricey tent.
This extra-large tent dwarfs all other "big-guy" tents.
Tarptent's innovative tent creates an ultralight solution for big campers.
The Hoodoo isn't exactly ultralight, but it provides plush quarters for a great price.
This eco-friendly single-wall tent doesn't skimp on quality features.
Want double walls but low weight? Try the Carbon Reflex 2.
The Taurine tackles both light-and-fast summer jaunts and heavy winter expeditions.
This all-conditions champ can handle any weather in any season.
This tent matches ultralight values with tough design.
The lightest solo tent tested is also--surprise--the biggest.
The Nemo Gogo works great for tall hikers--provided you don't mind not sitting up.
This huge, livable solo tent is also a killer deal.
Perfect for stargazers, the MontBell Crescent offers 180-degree views of the night sky.
This high-and-wide tent is meant for one, but can fit two, provided they're under six feet tall.
The latest word from our testers. This month, we test the Marmot Cauldro jacket, Gregory Z65 pack, Exped Andromeda, tents, Danner Formation boots, and more.
From ultra-warm to ultralight, here are the year's best-performing bags in every category.