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Jun

2011

Giro Xar Mountain Bike Helmet review
Written by Sarah Klingler   

Giro XarMountain biking – whether on a New England single-track, Moab’s slickrock trail or a downhill course in the Rockies – a helmet is needed that you hardly know is there but performs if needed. The Giro Xar just might be that helmet.

An updated version of the Giro Xen, the Xar features a similar style and fit but lighter and with several technological improvements.

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Jun

2011

Outdoor Research SunShower Sombrero and Headsweats Eventure Race Hat review
Written by Jason Elliot   

Outdoor Research SunShower SombreroThe right hat for water and earthen trails makes your outdoor adventures bearable to enjoyable under baking sunrays or a wet downpour. Outdoor Research and Headsweats gives high performing choices.

Outdoor Research SunShower Sombrero

The SunShower Sombrero glows brighter than a bright-orange highlighter. Its Diablo color is one of the color choices Outdoor Research offers for the SunShower.

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Jun

2011

ISIS Misty Mountain Jacket review
Written by Tara Wojtczak Ondish   

ISIS Misty MountainThe ISIS Misty Mountain Jacket is a lightweight (12.8 ounces) waterproof shell for three seasons of wear. It’s durable, comfortable and roomy for scrambling hikes and semi-fitted for a feminine silhouette.

The exterior can take hits from spiky Juniper branches and saw palms of a thick north Florida trail.  The Misty Mountain Jacket features taped seam construction, and is rated guaranteed waterproof.

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Jun

2011

Patagonia Torrentshell Pullover review
Written by Steven Horak   

Patagonia Torrentshell PulloverThe aspirations of the Patagonia Torrentshell Pullover are decidedly to the point: to provide lightweight, waterproof and breathable protection in the face of inclement wet weather. While simple enough in concept, the manner in which this deceptively straightforward jacket accomplishes this is most assuredly not.

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26

May

2011

GoLite Malpais Trinity 3-Layer Liteshell Jacket review
Written by Andrew Horton   

GoLite Malpais Trinity 3-Layer Liteshell JacketIt has been deemed by its creator as “The ultimate gram-counting storm shell for the outdoor athlete that expects all-around performance in any downpour for the least amount of weight possible.”

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Apr

2011

Brooks-Range Cirro Hoody review
Written by David Nitkin   

Brooks-Range Cirro HoodyThe clouds slip in front of the sun, the wind whips and ice coats the rocks ahead. You slide your pack from your shoulders, reach deep inside and pull out an extra layer.

The Brooks-Range Cirro Hoody is what the weather ordered.

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Apr

2011

Ibex Giro Cycling Jersey review
Written by Karen Nitkin   

Ibex GiroThe beauty of the zippered Ibex Giro bike-riding top is, quite literally, its beauty. This bike top is one good-looking piece of clothing, gorgeous while zipping along a country road and equally stylish over a T-shirt for running errands on a chilly spring day.

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Apr

2011

Hi-Tec Hard Rain Shell review
Written by Jason Elliot   

Hi-Tec Hard Rain ShellHi-Tec and hiking boots are synonymous. Light and sturdy trail footwear selections are a mainstay for the company since the Carter Administration. Hi-Tec is bolstering the clothing selections for Spring 2011, and the Hard Rain Shell makes its entrance as part of the new line.

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Apr

2011

Woolrich Red Buck Jacket review
Written by Jon Root   

Red_Buck_Jacket_ThumbThe Red Buck waterproof jacket is new to Woolrich’s 2011 spring line. It boasts multi-season adaptability whether it’s spring showers, summer monsoons or blustery fall conditions.

The jacket is designed with a single ply waterproof rip-stop nylon fabric that insulates for comfort and keeps the user dry. Additional waterproof plates around zippers, seams and ventilation areas keep it mindful to impact zones.

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Mar

2011

Columbia Sportswear Midweight Baselayers review
Written by Amy Jurries   

Columbia Midweight BaselayerBaselayers are not typically associated with innovation. It seems little can be done to innovate a polyester or wool baselayer.

Columbia Sportswear is proving the notion wrong by pulling baselayers out of a stagnant rut and fortifying tops and bottoms with Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective technology. A new line of baselayers for Fall 2011.

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