The new Team 5.10 fixes the one issue with the original version, and is a great, well-rounded shoe for boulder problems and sport climbs.
The NRS 0.5mm HydroSkin pants are a very versatile and extremely affordable alternative to dry pants or a drysuit.
We’ve been testing both the men’s and women’s Arc’teryx Cerium LT Hoody, and here is our first review of this lightweight, warm down insulator.
The Zoic Ether Shorts and Highland Jersey are well designed riding pieces, great for cooler spring conditions.
The Oakley Cottage jacket is the best price-point ski jacket we’ve tested, and its feature set and comfortable fit might have you choosing it over far more expensive options.
We sent the Kingswood SMB to Alaska, and once again found it to be a pow ski that also shines in variable conditions.
The Triple Aught Design Stealth Hoodie LT is a super durable 3-layer shell with a very interesting waterproof membrane like nothing we’ve seen before.
Time for our 2nd Look at the Rossignol Squad 7, with more comparisons to other skis in its class.
The WTB Vigilante is a solid choice for anyone looking for an an all-around, predictable tire with aggressive tread.
While the previous version of the Squad 7 was quite fun in a wide range of terrain and conditions, the new Squad 7 is much more of a specialty tool.
The Line Supernatural 100 is a very solid new addition to the ~100mm category. Stable, snappy, nimble. Nice.
We’ve already covered the design process. Time now for Garrett Altmann to review the Wagner Custom skis he competed on for the Freeride World Tour.
The Caravan Skis SB 100′s soft flex makes it a fun, poppy, all-mountain ski that’s great for jibbing around the park.
Gore-Tex Pro or Polartec Neoshell? It’s the biggest question in technical outerwear. So we reviewed two jackets from Mountain Equipment, the Centurion (Neoshell) and the Tupilak (Gore Pro). Same jacket, different fabrics, real answers.
The Dynastar Cham 117 is a relatively lightweight pow ski that is most at home in soft conditions and deep conditions.
We put the CAMP Race 290 through a range of conditions, and found it to be a super lightweight, packable crampon that is perfect for steep, hard-snow climbs.
If you’re looking for a quality mid-layer with an edgier style and a slightly larger, freeride-inspired fit, the Vaporizer pullover ought to be on your short list.
The Astral Rassler is an excellent expedition paddling shoe, featuring a slimmer, lower profile design than its competitors.
Spark R&D’s Magneto binding is the lightest, quickest, and easiest to use splitboard binding we’ve tested to date.
Black Diamond tweaked the AMPerage and positioned it as an outstanding quiver of one. So we put 17 days on it in every condition to see if that’s true.