Marmot Alpha 25 Review

The Marmot Alpha 25 is a nice backpack option for those looking for a backpack they can take for a hike, snowshoes, or head into the backcountry skiing and snowboarding.  We used this pack...

Women’s UnderArmour Stability Sports Bra Review

The UA Stability Sports Bra provides excellent support and comes in a wide array of overall sizes and cup sizes: size small through extra large are available for the following cup sizes, A/B, C,...

Women’s Brooks HVAC LS Seamless Top Review

The Brooks HVAC Long Sleeve Seamless is an essential piece to add to your fall and winter running wardrobe. Brooks utilized HVAC technology for this top, which responds to changes in your body temperature...

Women’s Brooks Motion Vest Review

The Brooks Motion Vest has been updated for the 2009 Fall/Winter season. The Motion Vest remains semi-fitted, but now has a wider waistband and ribbed neck, while providing the same warmth and comfort of...

Salomon 900 Hoody Zip Review

Salomon’s 900 Hoodie Zip is a must have for an enjoyable outdoor winter! This water repellent, wind resistant soft shell jacket is great as a light shell and offers a sleek, clean look. The...

Columbia Mountain Tech Half Zip Review

Columbia’s Mountain Tech Half Zip is made to be functional and quick drying for the ultimate in comfort and performance. The Mountain Tech Half Zip is a high-performance pullover that offers great moisture management...

Columbia Sweet Revolution Full Zip Review

Columbia’s women’s Sweet Revolution Full Zip is an excellent example of where Columbia is heading with their new products. Columbia has incorporated Omni-Dry and Omni-Shade technology into this product. Omni-Dry is a moisture transferring...

Amphipod Handheld Review

As every trail runner knows, all belt style hydration systems have one thing in common: the bounce. With the amphipod handheld, you are guaranteed to eliminate that annoying feeling of sloshing water and aggravated...

Brooks Ravenna Review

Shoes tend to fall in three broad categories in regards to pronation. This methodology begs a question – what if my feet don’t fit into one of those three categories? The creative folks at...