Reviewed in this article is the Seek Outside Redcliff Shelter, a large pyramid tent that also includes a titanium wood stove.
SpotLite Gear Reviews
A SpotLite is a short-form gear review that is based on preliminary or limited field use. It goes beyond the scope of a Flash Review with additional field use that allows us to identify both strengths and limitations of the product. SpotLites are focused on an objective presentation of product features, specification, and design, along with author commentary reflecting limited field use rather than the comprehensive performance testing associated with Performance Gear Reviews.
This Platypus Gravity Works filter review focuses on the key strength of the system: high treatment capacity for relative ease.
This Arc’teryx Kappa Hoody Review features a jacket with high levels of durability and inclement weather resistance, but a mediocre warmth:weight ratio.
The newly released New Balance 1080v5 shoes have “fresh foam” technology to minimize running wear on the body without compromising stability.
Back injuries and poor sleep patterns lead the author to purchase an expensive mat: will it be worth it? A trial of the Exped DownMat UL 7.
The author tests out the water resistance and warmth of the MEC Uplink Vest with a friendly price point from a Canadian company.
The Altra Lone Peak Neoshell: light, zero-drop, wide toebox, waterproof-breathable. An ultralight backpacker’s shoe for the fringe season?
This Tarptent Stratospire 1 Review highlights one of the most livable and stormworthy lightweight solo tents available.
The Universal TrailPix, two trekking poles, and one additional pole make a tripod capable of holding a compact or small DSLR camera. The TrailPix consists of a triangular and mostly flat piece of aluminum with three holes in it for trekking poles. Thumbscrews secure the poles in place.
The JepPaks Alpine pack combines durable materials with a slim, lightweight design yielding a pack that is well-suited for efficient and fast alpine travel.