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Gear Stories

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Gear Review: Millet Opposite TRX 9/10 Climbing Rope

Basically two ropes (a workhorse and an ounce-saver) in one.

Gear Review: Edelrid Mega Jul Belay Device

A standard tube-style belay device with bonus braking power.

Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2014: Daypacks

Sometimes, good things really do come in small packages. Here's a sneak peek at 5 new feature-rich, done-in-a-day packs.
By Trent Knoss

Outdoor Retailer Summer 2014: Stoves!

The backcountry stove market is heating up! We tracked down six brand-new options for cooks of every kind, plus one revolutionary pot.

The 8 Coolest Things I Found at Outdoor Retailer

Our reader reporter rounds up her favorite new products from the show floor.
By Kimberly Greenhut

Gear Guide 2014: Sleeping Bags & Sleeping Pads

Set yourself up for success with one of these light, warm, packable, and versatile sacks. You can thank us in the morning.

Gear Review: NEMO Astro Air Lite 20R Sleeping Pad

It weighs less than a pound, packs as small as a 1-liter bottle, and provides 3 inches of cushion.

Outdoor Retailer Summer 2014: Footwear

Happy feet abound with 3 cutting-edge entries into the footwear market.
By Ian Bagley

Outdoor Retailer Summer 2014: Tech

With more and more readers taking gadgets into the backcountry, we hit the show floor and tracked down 4 cool pieces of trail tech. By Trent Knoss.

Outdoor Retailer Summer 2014: Pads and Bags

Sleep tight with new options in sleeping bags and pads that bring you all the warmth and comfort you need, but cheaper and lighter than ever before. Here are 5 picks for all types of campers.

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