Most spacious tent
These snowshoes provide stability and all-day comfort on the trail.
This smaller-than-a-Clif-Bar water filter solves has a 15-inch intake hose that’ll thread into tight places.
Long-handled utensils for eating out of meal pouches aren’t new, but this one offers a multitasking twist.
Everyone likes a nonstick pot, but no one likes harming the environment.
Spring, summer or fall this tent has you covered.
This could be the last water filter you’ll every buy.
This versatile solo tent is a castle for one and an ultralight shelter for two.
The beauty of gravity filters is that, well, gravity does all the work. We’ve tried them all, and this one is the best.
This camp stove is nearly as fast and fuel-efficient as the 2007 Editors’ Choice Award-winning Reactor—but 70 percent cheaper.
It rips through ice like a hot knife.
With the largest vestibule you get above-average livability with this tent.
They’re tough and versatile enough to handle abuse in any terrain.
Solo hikers get a near-perfect balance between livability and weight savings.
A gourmet nesting set of pots.
Get a grip - more comfortably - as you hike with these trekking poles from Leki.