Always pushing the limits to make lighter and more comfortable gear, Black Diamond have announced a new climbing helmet, the Vapor.
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Spring collection update at Columbia introduced the Million Air Softshell jacket, featuring the companies high-end wicking technology: Omni-Wick EVAP.
Announced last year at OutDoor and now available, Marmot’s FusionDri waterproof/breathable membrane is the brand’s take at improving comfort of traditional WP/B garment.
Announced last year for Spring 2013, the ReVolt headlamp by Utah-based equipment manufacturer Black Diamond is now available. This fully featured headlamp has more than one trick up its sleeve to keep the darkness at…
Update to spring collections are in full swing and we are seeing a lot of new products released for the outdoor segment. Mammut are updating their trail running collection with no less than height pieces.
During ISPO last week in Munich, Nikwax introduced their improved Polar Proof treatment for fleece apparels. Debuting on the market this September, the new Polar Proof will ‘revolutionise’ the fleece market.
New in Mammut’s range of alpine boots is the Merlon GTX, a tough shoe for demanding alpine climbing and via ferrata.
Last week at OR Show, Cocona showed some of the new products they will make available to their partners for Fall/Winter 2013. Those use the company’s patented Cocona Active Particles technology made from discarded coconut…
Canadian down meets state of the art Canadian made apparels. Westcomb, gear manufacturer from Vancouver, has announced its intentions of using better down filling in the form of 900 fill-power untreated Hutterite down.
Vasque have just announced that they will be showing off a new light backpacking boot at Winter Outdoor Retailer which takes place on the 23 – 26 of this month.
The Sheffield, UK outdoor manufacturer Rab have revealed their plans for Autumn/Winter 2013 and they include hydrophobic down as well as better tracing of the down sources.
Consumer avalanche beacons have become much more accessible in recent years and now anyone serious about back-country snow adventures can safely enjoy their day carrying appropriate gear.