The new 181cm Nordica OMW is a versatile park ski, and we’ll tell you exactly how it stacks up to some of the most popular skis in the category.
The redesigned Brewer has proven to be a simple, lightweight paddling shoe that offers just as much comfort as it does grip with Astral’s new G.14 rubber outsole.
If you are an aggressive female skier looking for a high-performance alpine boot, the Dalbello Kryzma is well worth considering.
The Alpinestars Alps Kevlar is a reasonably priced, middle-of-the-road option between heavy duty plastic knee/shinguards, and lightweight, flexible knee pads.
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The Adidas Terrex Solo is a cushy, comfortable shoe that occupies a position between light/breathable and stocky/durable approach shoes.
Yeti debuts a 2015 trail bike with a unique suspension design. Promising features and unanswered questions abound.
For bouldering or technical face climbing, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better shoe than the SCARPA Instinct VS.
SRAM’s new X1 is lighter, cleaner, and shifts better than 2×10 systems, and it’s currently the most affordable 11-speed drivetrain available.
SRAM’s new X1 group isn’t just another 1×11 drivetrain, it’s a system poised to impact the whole industry. Here’s why.
Joe Mills evaluates the La Sportiva TC Pro in its native environment—technical trad climbing and big days.
Roof, hitch, or strap-on bike rack? Each style has its pros and cons, some of which aren’t obvious. So before you waste your money, check out the Blister guide to choosing the right rack.
The Cold Cold World Chernobyl is a fully customizable, well-built pack. And more than three years of testing have proven it to be really damn durable, too.
The K2 Annex 98 is an all-mountain ski that’s really two different skis under the same topsheet.
What’s better than flip flops? Nothing. Except maybe these.
It’s always winter somewhere. So if you could use a pair of ski pants with an excellent, simple design and outstanding waterproofing and breathability, you need to check out the Arc’teryx Stinger.
We’ve now tested the WTB Vigilante with reinforced “AM” casing. How does it compare to the lighter, standard version?
La Sportiva has made a “women’s” Solution. It’s very good. But it’s not just a narrower Solution. And it’s also not just for women…
WTB’s Frequency Team i25 rims are reasonably priced, build up well, and work great as a tubeless setup.
If you’re someone with a small-to-medium sized face and have trouble finding goggles with good peripheral vision, the Oakley Elevate could be a great fit for you.