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Marmot Introduces Groundbreaking EVODry Collection

ROHNERT PARK, Calif, January 22, 2018 – Marmot Mountain, LLC, a global leader in high-performance outerwear and a division of Newell Brands (NYSE: NWL), today launched the revolutionary EVODry Rainwear Collection for Spring 2018. Developed in partnership with Green...
Vapur Water Bottle Review

Vapur Water Bottle Review

If you're like me - or like most people should be - then a water bottle of some sort should be an integral part of your daily gear. Moreover, if you'd like to cut back on waste and basically just save a pant-load of money, having a reusable water bottle is key. The...

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Julbo Aero Sunglasses Review

Julbo Aero Sunglasses Review

Sport sunglasses are one of my favorite things to test, because unlike down jackets or tank tops, you can take them out in just about any weather to see how well they perform.  The latest, lightest design from Julbo - the Aero is, infact as light as air - far improved...

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LifeProof FRE, NUUD Cases for iPhone SE Available Now

LifeProof FRE, NUUD Cases for iPhone SE Available Now

SAN DIEGO – iPhone SE packs more into a 4-inch iPhone than ever before. From an advanced A9 chip to a 12-megapixel camera and 4K video, its upgraded features combine to deliver big performance in a smaller body. LifeProof prepares iPhone SE for any weather conditions...

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Butler Emperor Supreme Boots Review

Butler Emperor Supreme Boots Review

With her second ever review, Baby Gearist returns to bring you her impressions of the Emperor Supreme Boots from Butler. These boots are made from and environmentally friendly rubber compound and are lightweight and fully waterproof. While they act as an overboot...

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Stio Environ Jacket Review

Stio Environ Jacket Review

This seemed to be the winter of the "light weight puffy insulated jacket" and we have tested quite a few of these, but few of them are wind and water resistant and their use is rather limited without a proper hard-core shell on top, so I was stoked when Stio sent us...

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Madshus Terrasonic Classic IntelliGrip Ski Review

Madshus Terrasonic Classic IntelliGrip Ski Review

I’m not sure its safe to say yet that the days of fishscale skis are behind us, but the new intelligrip technology is sure a heck of a step up from the old school scaly grips of yonder years.   Perfect for avid cross country skiiers who want a pair of skis with...

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Big Agnes Late Lunch Vest Review

Big Agnes Late Lunch Vest Review

A down vest is a necessity for the fluctuating weather of both fall and springtime in New England. I was thrilled to test the Big Agnes Late Lunch vest made with Downtek. A company known for their superior sleeping bags brings you a vest that is not just warm and...

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Kora Shola 230 Base Layer Video Review

Kora Shola 230 Base Layer Video Review

We all know that layering is the way to go when heading outside in chillier temperatures - both because of it's versatility and because of the body's ability to heat smaller spaces in between layers than larger, more open spaces. But, knowing that, finding the right...

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Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Transfer Wool Short Sleeve Review

Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Transfer Wool Short Sleeve Review

When it’s dark and cold in the winter, wearing the right gear will be the driving force behind getting out instead of staying in. Pearl Izumi’s P.R.O. Transfer Wool SS (for “short sleeve”) is a Merino wool shirt that can seriously keep you warm and dry. Though...

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