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La Sportiva Katana - Women's
 La Sportiva Katana - Women's
The Women's La Sportiva Katana and the Five Ten Anasazi LV - Women's are climbing shoes that are very comparable in their shape, fit, price and the way they climb, and we find we love them both. The A...


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67% recommend it (2/3)
Jun 28, 2015; 4:51pm
La Sportiva Tarantula
 La Sportiva Tarantula
The Tarantula was designed with beginners in mind. Offering comfort that will make you wonder what all the veterans are whining about and a neutral shape that functions in many climbing scenarios. ...


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50% recommend it (2/4)
Jun 28, 2015; 4:50pm
Sportiva Miura VS
 Sportiva Miura VS
The Miura VS belongs in the world of very hard climbing, where it can use its diamond hard edges and almost absurdly asymmetric shape to power down on invisible features. For it to perform in this cap...


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50% recommend it (1/2)
Jun 28, 2015; 4:49pm
La Sportiva Miura VS - Women's
 La Sportiva Miura VS - Women's
The Women's La Sportiva Miura VS is a solid shoe with a confusing name. Since they have the same name, it seems reasonable to think the Miura VS will fit and feel just like the La Sportiva Miura - Wom...


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50% recommend it (1/2)
Jun 28, 2015; 4:48pm
Suunto Core
 Suunto Core
The Suunto Core is the most fully featured altimeter watch we tested. The Core has something for everyone: waterproof buttons for snorkeling and shallow diving, more accurate altimeter and barometer f...


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27% recommend it (3/11)
Jun 27, 2015; 1:56pm
Terra Nova Solar Photon 2
 Terra Nova Solar Photon 2
Feathery lightweight and pea-sized, you might forget you're carrying the Terra Nova Solar Photon 2. This is our highest rated lightweight dedicated pole supported tent. It's our top choice for fast an...


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Jun 27, 2015; 12:00pm
Zebralight H52
 Zebralight H52
The Zebralight H52 is among a very select group of lights in our test that sends a huge beam from a tiny, lightweight package. Only the Yalumi Spark Pro 120 is brighter and smaller. The battery life i...


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1 rating
Jun 27, 2015; 3:53am
Hiplok V1.50 Chain Lock
 Hiplok V1.50 Chain Lock
One of our testers had the Hiplok V1.50 Chain Lock wrapped around his waist in front of a grocery store and a woman passing by complimented the lock, and then told him the wearability was a throw-back...


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Jun 26, 2015; 12:00pm
The Best Portable Grill Review
 The Best Portable Grill Review
What's the best portable grill? We're putting five of the highest rated and best selling products on the market to the test. We will score each one on cooking area size, weight, how easy or difficult ...


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Best Portable Grill

Jun 26, 2015; 12:00pm
Suunto Ambit 2
 Suunto Ambit 2
The Suunto Ambit 2 is the latest and greatest in the Ambit family. At OutdoorGearLab we’ve had the pleasure of testing basically the whole Ambit tribe. We first examined the Suunto Ambit in our altime...


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Jun 25, 2015; 11:39pm
Reebok Nano 4.0 - Men's
 Reebok Nano 4.0 - Men's
Reebok had done a great job with the design of their previous model, the Nano 3.0, that it would take a lot to make any real drastic change or improvement. However, Reebok managed to do just that. Tho...


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Jun 24, 2015; 12:00pm
Reebok Nano 4.0 - Women's
 Reebok Nano 4.0 - Women's
Reebok, the sporting sponsor of CrossFit, continues to amaze us with their Nano shoe line. When the Nano 4.0 was announced, many of us in the CrossFit community were excited to give these a go. Some h...


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Jun 24, 2015; 12:00pm
Mad Rock Mars
 Mad Rock Mars
This is the least expensive harness with self-locking leg buckles and waist belt. It is a capable harness that performed well in all our tests. The buckles were smooth and easy to adjust. The haul loo...


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Jun 23, 2015; 8:37pm
Asolo Power Matic 200
 Asolo Power Matic 200
The Asolo Power Matic 200 is a lifetime investment for most hikers and backpackers that will handle rough terrain with heavy loads. The second heaviest boot we tested, it received the highest scores w...


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Jun 21, 2015; 4:53pm
Magellan eXplorist 310
 Magellan eXplorist 310
The Magellan eXplorist 310 is a budget, low performance entry-level GPS unit. Its cramped button configuration makes it difficult to operate efficiently and the directional toggle is jerky and impreci...


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0% recommend it (0/2)
Jun 19, 2015; 3:25pm
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