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Gear Bag: What Bike Tools Should I Carry?

A question we get a lot here at Gearist is “What Bike tools Should I carry?”  Or some form of “What’s in your bike repair kit?”. I put together this list of products that I’ve been using, why I use them and some tips to get the most out of...
Ibex Woolies 150 Crew and Zip T-Neck Review

Ibex Woolies 150 Crew and Zip T-Neck Review

The Ibex Woolies 150 Crew and Zip T-Neck are made from 18.5 superfine wool yarn that offers a warm, close to the body fit that moves with you and keeps its shape after a few wears. The lightweight award winning, guide-approved ribbed fabric feels luxurious and yet...

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Toad & Co. Swifty Quarter Zip Review

Toad & Co. Swifty Quarter Zip Review

In the wintertime, or colder months I am always reaching for my coziest, comfiest layers. Especially after a workout I want to throw on something dry, stretchy and a little more flattering that the tighter layers I prefer to exercise in. When I first pulled the Swifty...

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Saucony Peregrine 5 Review

Saucony Peregrine 5 Review

After a long and particularly tough winter for many, full on trail running season is back and runners are itching to get going. For us here at Gearist, this means unleashing the pent up energy of a winter mostly being relegated to treadmills and roads on some of...

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Eric Baron goes 138.75 mph…on a mountain bike…on snow

Eric Baron goes 138.75 mph…on a mountain bike…on snow

There's honestly not too much to say that the title doesn't already say. 54 year-old Frehchman, Eric Barone, broke his own speed record 222 km/h (138.08 mph) recently when he took a custom, carbon fiber mountain bike down a snow covered mountain bike course in Var,...

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Patagonia Mobile Worn Wear Tour: If It’s Broke, Fix It

Patagonia Mobile Worn Wear Tour: If It’s Broke, Fix It

VENTURA, Calif. (April 1, 2015) Extending the life of our garments is the single most important thing we can do to lower our impact on the planet. In keeping our clothes in use longer, we reduce overall consumption. Today, we’re proud to launch a cross-country mission...

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SunGod Custom Classic Sunglasses Review

SunGod Custom Classic Sunglasses Review

Lightweight, good looking classic sunglasses are a must-have in everyone’s wardrobe. At SunGod they let you pick the colors and the lenses – what else could you want? Enter the SunGod Custom Classics built and shipped from across the pond. SunGod’s Custom Classics are...

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Skida Nordic Hat Review

Skida Nordic Hat Review

My old ski coach ingrained it into our heads that when it’s cold out, 90% of your body heat is lost through your head. Perhaps it was an old wives tale, but I’ve never left home without a hat(or two) in the wintertime ever since. Enter my love affair with the SKIDA...

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Big Agnes Hole in the Wall Jacket With DownTek Review

Big Agnes Hole in the Wall Jacket With DownTek Review

A down jacket is a necessity for the long bitter cold winters in New England. I thought I had a favorite down jacket until Big Agnes sent us the Hole in the Wall jacket- this down jacket made by a company known for their superior sleeping bags is also water and wind...

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