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Outdoor Retailer Roundup: Knives, Solar Chargers, and Dog Gear

Day 2 for this Reader Reporter featured upgrades to popular knives, solar chargers, and doggie gear.

Gear Review: Baladeo 22G Knife

A full-size, three-inch blade that's sharp and light.

Gear Review: Adventure Medical Kits Core Lite Knife

A knife, whistle, and light in one.

Gear Review: Victorinox Swiss Army Solider Knife

Snag an ideal stocking stuffer with this modernized classic.

Holiday Gift Guide 2010: Victorinox Flash 2GB Ruby

We can't think of anyone who wouldn't love this James Bonds-ian little gizmo.

Small and Sharp: Knife Reviews

Pocket-size tools for every type of camper.

Gear Review: Gerber Octane

A mid-size multitool with all the fixin's

Gear Review: Harley-Davidson 13740

A sharp, titanium-handled knife

Get This Gear: Essentials From A to Z

We tested more than 500 products–stoves, clothes, cameras, filters, tech tools, knives, and meals–to find these proven performers.

Utensils: Primus Meal Set

Freshly grated Parmesan with your fire-side spaghetti dinner? That's not a problem with this easy to clean, full-featured mess kit

Survival Gear: Ultimate Survival Kit

Want to make it out alive? Consider packing these 17 items carried by a veteran Yosemite search-and-rescue ranger.

March 2008 Essentials Review: Blades & Tools

From an ultralight knife to a full-service multitool, prepare for your Survivorman moment. Or lunch.

Packing List: Repair Kit

Don't let a busted strap or a deflating tent ruin your trip. Pack these essentials and at all times and you'll be covered.

Learn How to Use an Ice Axe

Master these skills to make your axe a tool—not a toy.

Multitool Review: Leatherman Squirt P4

A miniature tool with versatility and strength beyond its size.

Light Vs. Luxe: Pocket Knives Review

Two experts debate whether a (very) sophisticated Swiss Army is worth the weight.

Knife Tips: Get An Edge

A knife expert's guide to blade selection and safety.

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