They look pretty good and have a great lens changing system in case you do opt to have several lenses on hand (through the photochromatic lens effectively eliminates the need for this for all but night skiing).
Zeal manages to combine innovative, eco-friendly technology with practicality and simplicity in their goggles–minimalist in look on the outside, feature-packed on the inside.
After an entire month of daily hiking, I was able to test these Icebreaker layers to the extreme.
The Rab Aeon 20L is Boulder, CO approved. It's the ideal companion for your outdoor escapades in this adventure-packed city.
The Thule Caprock Rack is an exceptional platform that unlocks the potential for outdoor adventures.
OR’s Swift Lite kit comes on the tails of great success with the Swift Cap. Unfortunately, the rest of the lineup doesn’t quite rise to the same standards. While the Swift Cap might be a staple in your trail running…
deuter’s Aircontact Ultra excels most confidently in weight and comfort, and has some minor room for improvement with some of its pockets and the durability of features.
I found the combination of ultralight materials and comfort features to be unique: this is a lightweight pack made to be comfortable on trail, with serious lumbar support and hip padding.
I found the Pursuit Longsleeve Tech Tee to be a functional, durable base layer top with high versatility in mountain environments.
It really is the most ideal tent with high quality materials that can withstand just about anything.