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Asics FujiTrail Packable Jacket Review

[tabs type=”horizontal”][tabs_head][tab_title]Pros[/tab_title][tab_title]Cons[/tab_title][tab_title]Bottom Line[/tab_title][/tabs_head][tab]* VERY lightweight rip-stop material * Packable in sleeve pocket * Handy thumb loops to keep sleeves in place * Wind resistant, provides a slight bit of warmth if in a cooler...

Deuter Dreamlite 500

Deuter Dreamlite 500 Review

Finding a sleeping bag appropriate for warm-weather camping can be tough for me. Choosing the right gear to keep warm seems easier when temperatures are expected to be near or just above freezing. But...

Sierra Designs Cloud 15 Review

The new Cloud 15 sleeping bag from Sierra Designs tips the scale at less than 2 pounds (1lb. 12oz. for Regular size). “Wow, that’s light for a 1 or 2-season bag,” you say? Well...

ThermaRest NeoAir XLite Review

The new Therm-A-Rest NeoAir XLite camping air mattress is improved for 2012. Therm-A-Rest has managed to reduce the weight of the XLite by more than 15% – to  a mere 15oz. This air mattress...

Helly Hansen Pace Singlet Review

If you were in love with the Pace Singlet by Helly Hansen last year, then your heart will fall in love all over again with the 2012 New Pace Singlet. Helly Hansen made a...

Helly Hansen Odin Fastpack Jacket Review

Every outdoorsperson and athlete needs a good lightweight waterproof rain and wind shell that they can stuff away when not needed.  The new Helly Hansen Odin Fastpack Jacket may be one of the best...

ExOfficio Give-N-Go Short-Sleeve Tee Review

The Exofficio Give-N-Go® line has been a hit for outdoor enthusiasts and jet-setters alike for its light-weight performance and low maintenance. I recently tried out the Give-N-Go® Short-Sleeve Tee and was happy with the experience. I wore the shirt...