While it may be on the heavy side of ultralight, Paradox has worked hard to make each ounce count succeeding in creating a pack that excels at carrying extremely heavy loads.
As we close out the year, take a minute and see which gear our staff uses often.
A preview of the Stephenson 2C - the smallest and lightest "climber's" version from the ultralight line of tents from the Stephenson family of New Hampshire.
While the camera clip may be useful in some settings, it is not ideal for wilderness travel.
Although certainly a very dependable jacket, the Plasma seems to be more of a technology statement rather than a high-value jacket.
Overpacking is a major issue with frameless packs. Implementing side panels can help distribute your load in a more effective way.
The quest for the perfect lightweight backpacking shoe continues. Don't hold your breath. While these shoes are great for most hikes they are less than ideal for seriously demanding trips.
The Leadville Runners are light and we mean really lightweight. But don't worry you won't have to sacrifice comfort or stability as you conquer the outdoors.
Going ultralight and cooking for a group can be a real challenge. The "Critter" stand is lightweight and takes the pain out of cooking for a group.
Take a more in depth look at the tights best suited for the backcountry.