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Catch Some Backcountry Zzzs

10 Best Tents of 2014

For the outdoorsman, home is wherever the ground is flat and somewhat free of rocks. These tents make those spots more comfortable than ever.

Today in Gear: April 5, 2013

Field Notes: America the Beautiful Edition Yes, we really like Field Notes. Their America the Beautiful notebooks, a cross-country road trip of Americana printed on the colored covers of their classic pocket notebooks, reaffirm our notions. $10 (3-pack) Easton Power Brigade Bats Just in time for your neighborhood’s home run derby, Easton’s latest bats come...

Today in Gear: April 3, 2013

Clint Eastwood 40-film Collection Clint is great in all his phases: young, cigarillo-smoking growler; middle-aged, tough cop growler; old, get-off-my-lawn-you-insert-racist-slur growler. We wanted to list a few of the included movies, but it’s too hard to pick. The guy doesn’t miss. Unfortunately, the collection did — it’s only available on DVD. We still feel lucky....

Bivy Be Gone!

Easton Kilo 1P Tent

We all get to the point where we just want to be alone. For those who use camping excursions as that outlet, rejoice. The Easton Kilo 1P ($348) is here. Weighing in at a hair over two pounds with short folding poles, it fits in nearly any pack perfectly and unnoticeably. It’s time to replace...

Monocoque Means No Shock

Easton S19 Z-Shock Helmet

The new Easton S19 Z-Shock Helmet brings a monocoque design to hockey helmets. Called “Zero Shock”, the helmets foam is constructed into a one piece expanded polypropylene protective foam and jet black bonded polycarbonate shell, a first in the industry. The result is improved shock and impact absorbtion while maintaining a very low weight. 8x,...

One Wicked Winter Wand

Easton Stealth S19 Hockey Stick

Submitted by Gear Patrol reader Tyler Wagenet I grew up playing hockey in the Northeast using only wooden sticks.  They weighed a ton but were just what everyone used.  As time went on and materials got better, I somehow got lost in the shuffle and continued taking strides with my trusty wooden beast. I could...