Ultra warm non-slip booties for snow camping, and they coordinate well with daytime snow travel footwear.
An old favorite gets a makeover, making it better than ever, but also a little heavier.
Single wall tents made of the more-breathable-than-Gore-Tex eVENT fabric caused a lot of excitement upon their introduction a few years ago. At last, a nearly condensation free single wall tent was possible. Then suddenly, eVENT tents were no longer available. Now a new wave of fabrics touted as “highly breathable” are appearing in single wall tents. What happened? Are these new fabrics as good as eVENT?
Simple lightweight vapor barrier socks that perform their function well.
Durable and reliably waterproof socks, but have a couple of distinct drawbacks.
A versatile and durable waterproof/non-breathable overshoe suitable for snowshoeing, snow play, and snow camping in frigid temperatures, but heavier than we would like.
Stretchy, grippy, warm gloves that weigh only 1.6 ounces per pair.
Designed for minimum weight and maximum functionality, but a little too small for big feet.
Creates a very versatile footwear system when worn in lightweight trail runners for snow or wet conditions.
A tall trim-fitting Gore-Tex PacLite gaiter that covers the tops of low-cut trail runners and full-height boots equally well, but balks over bulky boots.
Tips for igloo living and interior climate graphs to show you why you want to camp in an igloo.
The Isotope is the current lightweight champ for backpacking rainwear – and it’s full-featured!
Guns, fire, merge into new innovations at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2007.
This two-pole, wedge, solo, double wall tent is quite something at 4 pounds.
Another entry into the expanding remote canister stove market featuring support for canister inversion.
Weighing in at just 3.8 ounces, it's a smart application of ultralight Cuben fabric to alpine-style emergency shelters.
10.6 ounces (300 grams) for the 54 centimeter B rated model.
...and saves weight in the process.
A good sounding, 35 gram, waterproof and shock resistant MP3 player.
National Geographi continues to expand and improve their series of topographic mapping software.