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“The Solite, with its helmet and bike mounts (sold separately; $15 for the set) lets me use it—hands-free—no matter what I’m up to.” Read the full review. (Courtesy Photo)
Rugged, water-resistant, and breathable, this wool jacket pairs backcountry performance with frontcountry looks. Read the full review. (Courtesy Photo)
A backcountry airbag that you can actually practice using. Read full review. (Courtesy Photo)
They’re tough and versatile enough to handle abuse in any terrain. Read the full review.(Courtesy Photo)
A wool button down shirt that is super soft, looks cocktail ready and actually performs in the backcountry. Read the full review. (Courtesy Photo)
Supportive, comfortable trail sandals with great traction. Read full review.
Ample, dense cushioning underfoot reduces foot fatigue on long-mileage, rough-trail hikes. Read full review. (Photo by courtesy)
Testers prized these all-leather boots for their tenacious traction, superior comfort, and midsole support. Read full review.
A blend of nylon and merino makes these socks durable and fast-drying. Read full review. (Courtesy photo)
This closed-cell pad adds instant warmth to your winter sleeping system—and it’s a steal. Read the full review. (Ben Fullerton)
Get the benefits of wool—odor resistance and insulation—in a shirt that dries fast and manages a wide range of temps. Read the full review. (Courtesy Photo)
A backcountry fly-fishing setup should be low in bulk and weight for easy packability, and this system delivers at a wallet-friendly price. Read full review. (Courtesy Photo)