The new Smith I/O7 offers some improvements over the original I/O goggle, but it’s also pricier.
The FlyLow Lab Coat, one of our favorite freeride jackets, got a makeover. Version 2.0 is still a favorite, but you’ll want to check out exactly what changed and what stayed the same.
The Arc’teryx Caden sets the standard for freeride-oriented shells that offer a full set of features, great breathability, and outstanding protection in harsh conditions.
The Black Diamond Sharp End is a versatile alpine shell that offers great weather protection, durability and packability.
The Patagonia Knifeblade kit breathes better than any hard shell and water-resistant soft-shell piece we’ve tested.
The Race Face Nano Pullover is a lightweight, packable shell with a biking-specific fit. If the weather changes quickly where you ride, it’s great to have in your pack.
This is a review of the (very good) Mountain Equipment Firefox, and an answer to the question: What’s the difference between Gore-Tex Active and Gore-Tex Pro?
The Race Face Team Chute jacket will keep you dry on wet, muddy rides, it’s more durable than your average rain jacket, and it won’t cost you a fortune.
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.
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.
The Neff Brodie: summit-tested, bro-approved, a good value, and so much more. Read on.
The Ranger Hoodie is a durable, warm, and wind-resistant fleece with a good range of motion.
The Patagonia Rover is a versatile hybrid: part minimalist trailer runner, part approach shoe, even part water shoe. But read on to learn where it really shines.
If you’re looking for a comfortable all-mountain helmet that incorporates MIPS safety technology at a good price, the Scott Stego may be the ticket.
We weigh in on the Mons Royale Mid Hoodie, a stylish, high-quality Merino midlayer.
The Arc’teryx Rush is a great shell for on and off piste skiing, yet it’s also versatile enough for year-round use.
The Divide from Pearl Izumi is a solid choice if you’re looking for a light, breathable glove with no padding.
The Forefront is Smith’s first bike helmet, and it’s impressive. It ventilates well, it’s the lightest we’ve tested, and it uses an interesting new construction material.
The TREW Swift is a versatile soft shell that works well as a midlayer, an outerlayer, and après. (And it’s currently on sale.)
If its fit works for you, the Oakley Drifter offers the weatherproofing and breathability of high-end technical shells at a competitive price.