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Dec

2011

GoLite Roan Plateau Hooded Jacket review
Written by Steven Horak   

Roan PlateauTouted by Colorado-based GoLite as a parka for all-around use, the Roan Plateau does not disappoint. Filled with lofty 800-fill down, the jacket is exceedingly warm – and shockingly so at a mere 19 ounces. Don a t-shirt underneath and it wouldn't be a stretch to expect the jacket to keep you toasty for evening strolls in blustery mountain towns well into the lower 30s.

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Dec

2011

Salomon Whisper Skirt review
Written by Elizabeth O. Hurst   

Salomon WhisperWhen I'm preparing for everything involved in a run —the elements, the sweating, the terrain, the burn — looking cute is the farthest thing from my mind. Running around in the Salomon Whisper, though, has made me appreciate how feeling cute improves my aerobic motivation.

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Dec

2011

Columbia Sportswear Reach the Peak Jacket review
Written by Andrew Horton   

Reach the PeakLightweight hybrid down jacket has made a form-fitting return in 2011. Thanks to innovative new materials such as Omni-Heat, manufacturers like Columbia have an eye for keeping ski bunnies warm and satisfied. With a rather versatile style, Columbia has finally created a jacket that you can wear in both town and country.

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Oct

2011

Giro Xen, Hestra Multi and POW Skinny Mountain Biking Gloves review
Written by Keith Pytlinski   

Hestra MultiMultiWhile finding a mountain bike glove can be a daunting task, it's a good time to be a mountain biker. Good hand protection doesn't come at the cost of comfort and style. The gloves below are a small sample of the many options today's mountain bikers enjoy.

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12

Oct

2011

Icebreaker Commute Full-Zip Jersey review
Written by Andrew Horton   

Commute_Full-Zip_Jersey_ThumbEver get that awkward feeling when you commute on your bike to the office, just to have everyone stare at your Lycra-laden getup? It's embarrassing. If the day-long polyester chafe wasn't uncomfortable enough, the strange looks and snickers from your co-workers will be.

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28

Sep

2011

Tilley Endurables TH10 Hemp Hat review
Written by Pamela MacNaughtan   

Tilley Endurables TH10 Hemp HatIt's summer, the sun is shining and you're looking forward to going out for the day. The first thing you grab is a hat. It's a universal piece of attire that can make or break an outfit and if it provides protection from the sun, well, that is a bonus.

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23

Aug

2011

Primal Wear T-11 Cycling Jersey and Short review
Written by Karen Nitkin   

Primal Wear T-11 Cycling JerseyNobody wants to feel sweaty and uncomfortable after a bike ride, even in hot weather. Nobody wants to spend hours riding on a chamois that seems to get flatter over time. And nobody wants their movement restricted while they are peddling.

Fortunately, the folks at Primal Wear are on it.

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Jul

2011

SeasonFive Phantom Long Sleeve review
Written by Jason Elliot   

SeasonFive Phantom Long SleeveA wet suit is an essential part of a gear geek's stash. They are a "must have" for spring icebreaker rafting runs to provide warmth. And the board rash from a surf and body board can be avoided by donning a wetsuit.

Whether you are shopping for a shorty or a johnny suit, the high prices are a turnoff and may cause you to rent a slimy and smelly wetsuit again for your next class V river run.

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21

Jul

2011

Sherpa Adventure Gear Sonam Quarter Zip, Icebreaker Superfine 200 Hopper, Outdoor Research Echo Duo and Polarmax All-Year Gear 365's Tech Silk review
Written by Jon Root   

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Summer's fantastic array of outdoor activities requires lightweight layering choices for variable temperatures and conditions. When day transitions into cooler evenings and nights, preparing involves having the proper lightweight base layers to meet performance and comfort needs. High-end fabrics crafted from polyester, silk, merino wool or cotton blends provide versatility. Offerings from Sherpa Adventure Gear, Icebreaker, Outdoor Research and Polarmax highlight products for many summer adventures.

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16

Jun

2011

Dahlgren Footwear Running Ankle, Brooks Infiniti Quarter and Lorpen Tri-Layer Trail Light Socks review
Written by Jason Elliot   

Dahlgren Footwear Running AnkleDahlgren Footwear Running AnkleRunning socks can be about as disposable as a diaper. Your road and trail runs abuse the material and stitching that your socks are designed with. Miles and miles of abuse leaves a pair stretched, strained and lifeless.

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