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Wild Country Elite Ziplock

From Colorado to Utah to Joshua Tree, Chris Van Leuven puts the Wild Country Elite Ziplock to the test, with some very interesting results.

Adidas Evil Eye Half Rim Pro

Thinking about dropping $200-plus on a pair of performance cycling shades? GI Sunglasses expert Erinn Morgan finds one that will give you your money's worth.

Misty Mountain Sonic

Checking in from Joshua Tree, Chris Van Leuven and his team report: A comfortable and supportive, medium weight, all-purpose harness with a no-frills design.

Black Diamond Momentum SA

One of the best, most versitile harnesses Chris Van Leuven tested—but damn that tricky buckle.

CamelBak Marathoner Vest

Wait, a hydration vest? The AdventureBlog's Kraig Becker comes down with a verdict on Camelbak's new solution for runners seeking a divorce from backpanels and shoulder straps.

Giro Privateer

Rich Siemer finds a diamond in the rough—a $150 bike shoe that performs like the very best out there.

Redington RediLayer Wool Crew

Redington's focus is on fly-fishing. But as Powderchaser Steve finds out, the people behind the brand know a thing or two about baselayers as well.

Keen Revel

Light, comfortable, warm and supportive, the Revels are exceptional winter hiking boots.

SmartWool Midweight Funnel Zip

From Bhutan to Boulder, Powderchaser Steve gets up close and personal with SmartWool's Midweight Funnel Zip.

Specialized Pro MTB Shoes

Self-proclaimed Specialized fan-boy Rich Siemer spends two months testing the brand's Pro MTB Shoes and returns with some incisive test results.