Lightweight Footwear Systems for Snow Travel Part 1: Principles and Techniques for Keeping Feet Dry and Warm
High-tech gear to keep your feet dry and warm is useless without the proper knowledge on how to use it, and that’s especially true for lightweight footwear in cold and wet conditions.
Bushwhacking Gear: Heavyweight Fabrics and Compatible Construction Techniques to Improve Clothing Longevity for Off-trail Bushwhacking
Thorns, scrub and sandstone can rip ultralight clothing to shreds. What materials and construction techniques hold up to serious bushwhacking?
An eclectic assortment of favorite gear for 2006.
Have you tried a double windscreen to maintain alcohol and fuel tab stove performance in the wind? It really works, and one piece doubles as a GearSheet.
The theory (Bernoulli Effect, laminar and turbulent flow) behind how wind affects backcountry cooking.
Staff Favorites - Our gear picks from the 2005 hiking and backpacking season.
Staff Favorites - Our gear picks from the 2004 hiking and backpacking season.
Clothing and Sleep Systems for Mountain Hiking, 1st Edition (August 2002)