A lightweight travel/daypack with 3-point compression, pockets, and hydration compatability.
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.
A lightweight stainless steel trowel for digging cat holes in hard, rocky ground.
Heavy-duty warmth and comfort, and good moisture management, for snow travel in frigid conditions.
This waterproof sleeping bag functions like an insulated bivy sack - is it worth the extra weight and cost?
A winter weight hybrid baselayer with a wool layer next to skin and a polyester outer layer to wick moisture away.
A unique soft shell jacket with retractable insulation in the torso area.
The Isotope is the current lightweight champ for backpacking rainwear – and it’s full-featured!
New manufacturer of tents with potential for lightweight backpacking, if they make the tents available with lighter fabrics.
Several lightweight, well-designed, multi-purpose products to aid the lightweight backpacker, while reducing our environmental impacts.
Guns, fire, merge into new innovations at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2007.
Another entry into the expanding remote canister stove market featuring support for canister inversion.
This two-pole, wedge, solo, double wall tent is quite something at 4 pounds.
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.
These energy bars are EXACTLY like something your Momma would make.
G3 and Ortovox reveal clever new snow shovel designs.
Big Agnes shows an eVent hooped bivy.
...and saves weight in the process.
The beauty of the SmarTube is that it enables you to use an ordinary (free) PET water bottle (or other plastic bottle) as a hydration reservoir.