A natural energy, now that’s a novel idea!
A new technical trail runner coming from New Balance, available in extended sizes and widths.
New 4-person adventure racing tent that accommodates two normal people and weighs just 2.9 pounds.
Rated as “best fit” by another magazine, the Terrastryders have been updated for 2006.
Bandage meant to prevent blisters before they happen or reduce pain of already formed blisters.
Lightweight PrimaLoft insulated down booty to wear in a backcountry hut or in your sleeping bag.
New manufacturer, with a suite of reasonably priced multi-sensor watches that are claimed to be user-friendly.
Light, foam "Crocs" style camp shoe.
New for 2006, the Arreba is a women-specific lightweight pack with a very nice feature set, including huge hipbelt pockets.
Gad, these are the most high-tech socks I have ever seen!
For head/neck protection on the trail, in your sleeping bag, or robbing a bank, this new balaclava is light, stretchy, and warm.
An assortment of quality, lightweight backpacks from Vaude of Germany are now available in the US with Liberty Mountain as the distributor.
The most durable (and unique) adventure racing pack in the world?
New tents by Kelty are a strong entry into the lightweight gear market.
Serious hand protection for a variety of outdoor or work activities.
Part of North Face’s Flight Series, the new Skareb packs have cutting edge components and features.
The multi-fuel capable Fyrestorm can fill all niches.
A premium quality one or two person tarp with catenary sides, sidewalls, and optional end vestibules.
In the uncrowded 3,000 cubic inch ultralight backpack category, the Conduit will make the ultralight enthusiast smile.
Incredibly comfortable sport bra now available for larger busted women.