Big Sky Revolution 1P Shelter REVIEW

There are lighter and roomier silnylon tents, but this is the lightest freestanding breathable fabric (Epic) solo tent on the market.

Osprey Stratos 34 Backpack REVIEW

New for 2006, the Stratos 34 daypack provides all the features, fit, and comfort you can ask for from a general use daypack. It’s also bomb-proof, and heavy by our standards.

GoLite Rodeo Backpack REVIEW

Lightweight and versatile snow sports pack with nice features, but falls short in some areas.

Dunham Cloud Contrail-Mid Boot REVIEW

Lightweight, comfortable, and supportive - yes. Live up to all the manufacturer's claims - no.

MontBell Monoframe Shelter Hexagon Tent REVIEW

Two-person double wall tent that nearly breaks the 3-pound barrier but gives up some features.

Lightwave zrO cylq Tent REVIEW

Double wall tent that weighs 3 lbs, fits 1.5 people and does well keeping rain out, but...

VersaLayer Stretchwoven Jacket Features Retractable Insulation (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006)

The first jacket to offer retractable insulation, so you can adjust your temperature level on the fly, without taking the jacket off.

Perfect 10 Natural Energy Bars (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006)

A natural energy, now that’s a novel idea!

MSR Mutha Hubba Tent (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006)

Three person version of the Hubba and Hubba Hubba

Wild Things Icesac with Bullet Pocket (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006)

An extremely durable and versatile pack, at home on an ice wall or a trail.

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