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Sanuk Yogi 3 Sandal
 Sanuk Yogi 3 Sandal
The Sanuk Yogi 3 is a great buy, and we would recommend it to those looking for a purely relaxing sandal. It is durable for all its simplicity, but offers little-to-no support, especially after it bre...


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Mar 28, 2015; 11:01am
Topeak Pocket Rocket
 Topeak Pocket Rocket
Topeak's Pocket Rocket is just that - a strong, durable pump in a small, lightweight body. It can be mounted under either water bottle cage and while bigger than the Lezyne Pressure Drive, it is stil...


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Mar 28, 2015; 10:44am
Topeak Road Master Blaster
 Topeak Road Master Blaster
When it comes to presentation, our first and second place pumps could not be more different. While Lezyne has once again crafted a shiny and sleek pump with their Pressure Drive, Topeak gives us a st...


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Mar 28, 2015; 10:34am
Patagonia Torrentshell
 Patagonia Torrentshell
The Patagonia Torrentshell is an affordable, high-performing 2.5-layer rain shell. It has the function and attention to detail we expect from Patagonia and is a great deal. It is very similar in desig...


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100% recommend it (2/2)
Mar 28, 2015; 10:34am
Lezyne Pressure Drive
 Lezyne Pressure Drive
Coming in as our top pick for a frame pump, the Lezyne Pressure Drive really is as close to perfect as a frame pump can get. It is small, sleek, efficient, and easy to use. In fact, the Pressure Dri...


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Mar 28, 2015; 10:25am
Serfas TCPG
 Serfas TCPG
The Serfas TCPG is hand-down our favorite floor pump to travel with. Lightweight, short, and durable, it even fits in luggage! Its handles are extremely comfortable and its seals are consistent. It...


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Mar 28, 2015; 10:16am
Topeak Joe Blow Sport 2
 Topeak Joe Blow Sport 2
Coming in as our top ranked floor pump is the Topeak Joe Blow Sport II. Easy to use, durable, and not bad looking, it scored well in all our testing categories and received a perfect 10 in the comfor...


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Mar 28, 2015; 10:14am
Garmin GPSMAP 62sc
 Garmin GPSMAP 62sc
[tip]Discontinued The GPSMAP 62sc has been discontinued and replaced by the GPSMAP 64 st. More detail on the new version is included below.[/tip] This is the most accurate and most reliable GPS...


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50% recommend it (4/8)
Mar 28, 2015; 10:09am
Garmin eTrex 20
 Garmin eTrex 20
This is the best value GPS available anywhere. It locates your position with reasonably efficiency and accuracy and helps to get you back on route or navigate in low visibility conditions. This is our...


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60% recommend it (3/5)
Mar 28, 2015; 9:30am
Garmin Oregon 600
 Garmin Oregon 600
The Oregon 600 takes touchscreen outdoor recreation recreation GPS to the next level. This device is a huge improvement over all other existing touchscreen units we’ve tested, from all manufacturers. ...


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67% recommend it (2/3)
Mar 28, 2015; 9:26am
Primitive Rig
 Primitive Rig
The Primitive Rig is not a kit sold in stores but the knowledge to put together a slackline using a lot of gear you already have if you are a climber (plus a nice 30-50 foot piece of webbing you l...


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Mar 28, 2015; 8:46am
Gibbon Surfline
 Gibbon Surfline
The Gibbon Surfline Slackline was the best trickline we tested and wins our Top Pick Award in this area specifically. It is designed for the aerial slackliner looking to take the sport of slacklining...


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Mar 28, 2015; 8:32am
Gibbon Flowline
 Gibbon Flowline
The Gibbon 1" Flowline Kit is most similar in feel to the Gibbon Classic, but at only 1" in width and 60 feet in length, offers a line that is more versatile and in our opinion more fun. It is our Edi...


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Mar 28, 2015; 8:29am
Gibbon Classic
 Gibbon Classic
The Gibbon Classic Slackline is an excellent line for an entry-level slackliner and wins our Best Buy Award as it is available at a very low price tag ($70 for the 49 ft version which is what we r...


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Mar 28, 2015; 8:27am
Inno Racks Shadow 16
 Inno Racks Shadow 16
We drove the Inno Racks Shadow 16 all over the Eastern Sierra at top speeds, up and down huge mountain grades, and through stormy weather – and we liked how it performed. This cargo box is stylish and...


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Mar 28, 2015; 8:00am
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