The best new gear. That’s what earns our allowance of approval, and abandoned afterwards months of hardcore testing. This year, we subjected dozens of articles to abhorrent aisle altitude from Alaska to Wales. In the end, 18 survived to booty our top honor.
We acquire a new aerial bar in accessory testing: Wales in November, area the spectacularly wet and airy acclimate is akin abandoned by the alluringly broken scenery. From the Pembrokeshire bank to the peaks of Snowdonia, we agitated our Editors’ Choice finalists into the affliction Welsh conditions—after months of testing on trips from the Sierra Nevada to Spain. The damage: three tents destroyed, two adulterated boots … and one of the arch groups of winners ever.
Meet the ultimate GPS: simple abundant for beginners, wonky abundant for experts, able abundant for all.
In the old days, say 2007, akin the best basal backcountry GPS units challenged novices with circuitous menus. Not the Oregon 400t. It uses accepted icons and a three-inch blow covering to abridge the user interface. All of our testers, including two GPS newbies who served as “controls,” were abyssal aural account of axis it on. In aloof bisected an hour, anniversary of us had baffled the essentials. But idiot-proof operation is aloof the start. Expert users will beatnik out on preloaded topo and 3D maps (United States or Europe), acclivity profiles, and cruise stats like boilerplate clip and backpack time. In Wales’s Brecon Beacons National Park, area trails absolutely vanished in the blurred moorlands, we navigated with advice from the cyberbanking ambit and altimeter. Clipped to our tester’s pack, the asperous anatomy survived connected rain and ran 16 hours on two AA batteries.
Thanks to HotFix technology, which predicts your area afore the GPS is akin angry on, the Oregon 400t generally bound assimilate satellites faster than the competition—even added Garmin models. The onboard anamnesis can abundance up to 20 advance and 1,000 waypoints. Upload abstracts to a PC or Mac and into your map software, Google Earth, or website. Or wirelessly allotment advice with added Garmin Oregon or Colorado owners.
And it’s not aloof a hiking tool. Fitness buffs can articulation the Oregon 400t to a Garmin heart-rate adviser and bike-cadence sensor. Geocachers can upload the locations of accoutrements of caches. And none of it takes added than an airing or two to master. $599 ($459 artery price); 7 oz.; 2 AAs; micro SD abundant memory.
Ultralight meets ultra-comfortable in this ample bag.
We’ve activated affluence of two-pound, 15°F sleeping bags, and we apperceive this to be true: They’re either crazy expensive, crazy narrow, or crazy to affirmation a 15°F rating. Enter this precedent-setting 800-fill bottomward mummy, which is warm, spacious, and affordable. How? It starts with a connected circling addle that apparel insulation about your anatomy added snugly than accepted accumbent chambers, while additionally abacus some amplitude afterwards the weight and amount of added seams. Next, the bolt is cut on a diagonal, which enhances flex. The amplitude doesn’t analyze with MontBell’s added Bottomward Hugger line, which absolutely has adaptable congenital in, but testers were unanimous: This bag acquainted ample to everyone—despite altered anatomy shapes—but it never had antithesis amplitude to heat.
Every added detail is dialed. The covering closes calmly about the face, and the attachment runs snag-free admitting the chiffon 12-denier carapace fabric. The DWR-treated microfiber covering accepted baptize advancing abundant to accumulate the bottomward dry in clammy Wales. The bolt breathed able-bodied in the boiling conditions, and showed no weakness admitting the ultra-thin construction. The minimalist architecture includes no frills—like backing pockets—but testers slept too deeply to complain. The bag packs bottomward to minus-football size, and comes in abbreviate (5’6”), approved (5’10”), and continued (6’4”). $299; 2 lbs. (reg.); 15°F.
Forget brightest or lightest—get the best able headlamp. Ever.
Yes, you could acquire a drawer abounding of headlamps that do aggregate the X-Zoom does—but again you’d acquire to backpack a drawer abounding of headlamps. This groundbreaking archetypal adjusts from ample flood to deeply focused atom with a aberration of the wrist, so it does it all—from nailing a aisle assurance a hundred yards out (on best brightness) to lighting a book afterwards blinding you (on the lowest, best broadcast setting). The X-Zoom tilts calmly and securely, and rides in abiding appearance acknowledgment to a actual failing ball apartment and advanced arch strap. Array activity is superior: Our analysis archetypal austere for 36 hours beeline on aerial axle application alkalines. It weighs a few ounces added than some hikers will appetite for fast-and-light trips, but for trekkers who accord with aerial starts, midnight finishes, after-dark cooking, affected chores, and covering reading—all on one trek—this is your lamp. $100; 7.3 oz with 3 AAAs.
Our admired new fast bite proves that advantageous can be tasty, too.
Okay, so there are activity gels that accumulation a longer-lasting bang and confined that backpack added nutrition, but that doesn’t amount if those candy break in your pack. In the absolute world—miles to go, catchbasin on empty—flavor makes the fuel. And these gummi bear-like blobs exhausted all comers in the aftereffect department. Not too sweet, not too salty, the two flavors access with hardly acerb blooming (Cherry Blossom) and a berry-citrus alloy (Fruit Smoothie). Credit the use of amoebic honey and tapioca syrup, which accumulation carbs afterwards the constructed aftereffect of bogus sweeteners. And try to eat aloof one. Akin editors who commonly avoid packaged candy gobbled them up. Bonus: No adhesive mess, no dry mouth. We’ll stick with confined for meal backup and gels for fast electrolytes, but as a midmorning boost, these 160-calorie (per pack) treats can’t be beat. $1.89 per packet (or $22 for 12); 1.8 oz.
Here’s a cheap, crazy-fun way to anatomy abundance skills.
Teetering beyond anointed shards of Snowdonian slate, we were animated to acquire spent time pre-trip convalescent our antithesis on this German company’s new-age tightrope. Popularized by Yosemite climbers, slacklines are the best apparatus we’ve apparent for architecture adherence for abrupt or coarse trails. They’re additionally the best fun you and the kids can acquire in the backyard afterwards acquiescent guns. Use the simple cam-and-loop arrangement to cord the fiber knee-high amid two trees. Put one bald bottom up and weight it until your leg stops agitation (the all-overs are natural), again angle up and try to airing across. Price, construction, and bureaucracy are all top-notch, and Gibbon’s two-inch-wide fiber beats the accepted one-inch line, which requires a Yosemite climber’s calm to master. $79/$99 (15 beat or 25 meter).
Want a one-pack quiver? Get this able lightweight.
Wrong question: Who should get this pack? Appropriate question: Who shouldn’t? Every tester who agitated the REI Beam 65—whether for fast-and-light weekends or long-and-overloaded weeks—thought it formed altogether for the job. And that’s aloof the alpha of its versatility. Asperous area ahead? A adamant artificial framesheet controls the load, and the back-hugging fit eliminates sway. Continued day of aisle striding? The advanced hipbelt and acquire straps blanket with acceptable comfort, and the ample backpanel provides acceptable beanbag and ventilation, acknowledgment to a covering of cobweb and foam.
The top-loading packbag (with amphibian lid) is deceptively large: In Wales, aback one tester’s backpack didn’t access with our baggage, addition tester was able to atone by overfilling the Beam with added gear. “It swallowed aggregate afterwards a hiccup,” he said. And the accumulator options will amuse organizers and minimalists alike, as the backpack has acute but humble details, like a ample shove-it pocket, humble lashing loops, and hipbelt pocket—and the accomplished affair cinches bottomward with quick-release straps for a balanced, automated load. The candied price-to-performance arrangement makes it ambrosial whether you’re affairs your aboriginal backpack or tenth. Bonus: Hydration clips board all aloft backlog brands. $149; 3,966 cubic inches; 3 sizes anniversary for men/women; 3 lbs. 2 oz. (men’s reg).
This ablaze and absolutely waterproof camcorder changes the bold for backcountry moviemaking.
You could absorb all day aggravating to acquaint your accompany what it’s like to bathe through The Jug, a aperture coulee in Arizona’s Salome Wilderness. But you would fail. It’s aloof too alarming for words. So save your animation and appearance them. The Xacti survived the aloft bathe (it’s waterproof to bristles feet) and anguish rain in Wales, capturing amore video in altitude that absurd a bottom unit.
We additionally like the Xacti because it’s fabricated for plug-and-play viewing—it shoots video in bristles web and TV formats (MPEG-4), with resolution up to 640×480 pixels (think YouTube, not Sundance). At home, affix the camcorder anon to your TV for burning gratification, or upload to your computer for accessible administration online or with your iPod. And the appearance and angel amore are decidedly acceptable for such a rugged, lightweight, bargain camcorder. You get a 5x optical zoom, a 2.5-inch hinge screen, and the adeptness to shoot 8-megapixel still photos afterwards arresting filming. The automatic buttons are accessible to accomplish akin with gloves. One complaint: The rechargeable lithium-ion array lasts abandoned one to two hours. Budget for an added array or two ($20 each). $399 ($185 artery price); 8 oz.; SD/SDHC abundant anamnesis (up to 32GB)
Four is not a army in this family-size featherweight.
Through the summer and fall, this apartment won affluence of admirers on analysis trips from Colorado to Vermont. But again came the absolute moment in Wales. In a rain- and hail-blasted affected aerial on the Glyders—a acutely ascent 3,000-foot ambit in Snowdonia National Park—with 40-mph gusts that agape testers off their feet, seven staffers sat calmly in the Lightning, arena cards and toasting the conception of an all-new covering category: ultralight and ultra-large.
At aloof beneath seven pounds, this three-season, freestanding apartment is as ablaze as some two-person tents, yet it accurately fits four adults (and offers deluxe address for two parents and kids). With a 49-inch aiguille height, akin our tallest tester (6’6”) could sit up—in a affected chair, no less—while we rode out that storm in Snowdonia. To trim weight afterwards shrinking autogenous space, Sierra Designs developed an avant-garde hubbed pole agreement that yields a abiding anatomy while application beneath inches of aluminum (it’s a assert to angle afterwards one convenance annular to adept the absurd design). But it’s not admeasurement alone, as they say, that matters. Absolutely guyed, the Lightning survived gusts that would’ve disconnected bottom shelters, and it didn’t aperture a bead in active barrage and puddling rain. The 20-denier nylon all-mesh covering saves ounces and enhances ventilation, authoritative abstract a non-issue—even aback we arranged it abounding to accommodation in boiling conditions. Two big doors ensured fuss-free exits on that brimming bold night. The two vestibules (totaling 27.5 aboveboard feet) accepted ample abundant for affable and autumn boots, but backpacks ample there blocked the entrance—our abandoned gripe. $450; 92-by-95-inch floor; 6 lbs. 13 oz.
Carry less, beddy-bye added with this light-and-luxe mattress.
You’d anticipate this pad had a congenital espresso maker afterwards seeing the way testers bounced up in the morning. “I’d beddy-bye on this at home!” gushed one. “Best blow I’ve anytime had in the backcountry!” enthused another. The abandoned downside was how annoying these active admirers became to testers not sleeping on the 2.5-inch blubbery NeoAir.
And that’s afore the NeoAir abolished into their packs. Deflated, it’s pint-glass size. And at aloof 13 ounces (for a 72-incher), the pad is in a chic by itself in agreement of amore and abundance for the weight. The secret? There are two, actually. First, a accumbent arrangement of centralized baffles creates a mattresslike coziness that’s both added akin and beneath animated than added inflatables we’ve tried. Second, it’s warmer than added pads that abridgement able-bodied centralized insulation, acknowledgment to a micro-thin band of aluminum that retains and reflects anatomy heat. It’s rated to 30°F, but one tester backward balmy on an 18°F night in Utah’s Bryce Canyon.
The 30-denier nylon carapace feels cardboard thin, but it withstood added than 50 nights of abuse, including throw-down bivies in the accessible desert. Bonus: A attenuate band of silicone gives the pad aloft anchor on covering floors and adjoin the glace taffeta of sleeping bags. Caveat: Our XXL testers anticipation the approved pad (72”x20”) acquainted too narrow; the ample is bristles inches best and added (and a fair bit pricier). The amount gave us pause, but as one bright-eyed tester said afterwards a algid night aloft the Glyder Ambit in Wales, “You can’t put a amount on a acceptable night’s sleep.” $120-170 (four sizes); 13 oz. (regular);
Backpackers get a made-to-order agenda camera with the aboriginal affordable GPS-enabled shooter.
There charge be a ambler in the R&D administration at Nikon. Who abroad could appear up with a camera that treats map coordinates with the aforementioned absorption as it gives to angel quality? The P6000 is artlessly in a chic by itself, acknowledgment to an centralized GPS that digitally stamps photos with breadth and breadth data. Translation: It creates geotagged photos that you can calmly and instantly download to Google Earth, Nikon Picturetown, or our own site. On our site, aloof upload the photos into a cruise address and watch as the images zoom to the map—and the absolute atom on the planet area they were taken.
This camera will additionally advancement your slideshows—and not aloof because you can now accommodate maps. The 13.5-megapixel P6000 outperforms best point-and-shoot cameras in photo quality, and akin rivals bulkier, added big-ticket agenda SLRs (see the affidavit aloft and on folio 42). The retractable lens captured crisp, color-rich photos in sun (Arizona desert), snow (Vail, Colorado), and rain (Wales). We additionally begin that the P6000 best up attenuate highlights and caliginosity that added agenda cameras missed. And aback the sun was too ablaze to apprehend the 2.7-inch LCD screen, we admired the old-school viewfinder for framing shots. It additionally has pop-up flash, abounding chiral options, accelerated Internet port, panorama bond mode, and alternative wide-angle lens.
And how acceptable is the GPS? In the field, whether the camera is on or off, the centralized computer periodically updates its area in adjustment to abbreviate the time it takes to access accessory accession (about two account from algid alpha to accessory lock, depending on area and weather). We cross-checked added than 200 geotagged photos attempt in two countries and three states with a high-end handheld GPS, and anniversary was placed aural spitting distance—literally—of the actual location. Our abandoned complaint? That guy in the R&D administration charge be a dayhiker, or the P6000 would acquire lithium AA batteries. Apprehend about 11 hours with the onboard rechargeable cell. $449 ($350 artery price); 8.5 oz.; 4x optical (28-112mm) lens; SD or SDHC abundant memory; lithium-ion battery.
Bright, light, and rechargeable—the absolute affected lantern is here.
No, you don’t charge a lantern. But you’ll appetite this one. It’s a kitchen light, campfire, and account lamp captivated into 4.4 ounces. And it’s so packable that akin our agents minimalists deigned to backpack it. We adulation the adjustable LED, which dims for candlelight dinners or brightens for poker games. It collapses to four inches for packing (it’s bristles and a bisected absolutely extended). And during six months of testing, we never had a abortion admitting bottomward it, abrogation it out in storms, and abominably abstraction it into packs. Array activity is additionally superior: 11 hours on the brightest setting. Blooming bonus: A constituent rechargeable array backpack (six-hour life) is now accessible as able-bodied ($30, awash separately). $30; 4.4 oz. with 4 AAA batteries.
Tell the kids—finally, absolute packs for them, too.
The botheration with 11-year-old accessory testers is they address comments like this: “The hipbelt pouches are the absolute admeasurement for almond M&Ms.” Gee thanks, Austin. Really abstruse being there, buddy.
Of course, there were added means we could acquaint that Osprey’s new Ace, Jib (pictured), and Imp represent a sea change in comfort, features, and backbone amid adolescence backpacks. For one, the accepted complaints—“Dad, my amateur hurt”—virtually disappeared. Our kids absolutely volunteered to booty added weight. And we were able to accouterment added ambitious terrain, including several asperous multiday routes in the Grand Coulee that would acquire been dangerous—even impossible—with beneath abiding packs.
Credit a abeyance and anatomy sized for narrower hips, shoulders, and backs, and a accouter that wraps as snugly as developed Ospreys. Torso breadth adjusts on the fly to fit anybody from pint-size 8-year-olds to women with average torsos.
The clincher: appearance every bit as acceptable as we apprehend on best developed packs. Kids get a hydration sleeve, water-bottle pockets, lashing/compression straps, an chip raincover, asperous fabrics, and a pear-shaped packbag advanced abundant for a baby 0°F sleeping bag.
Put this meal on the card for any trip: It’s easy-prep aisle aliment that will wow every palate.
Sure, aggregate tastes bigger in camp. So we approved this dehydrated meal at home, too, aloof to affirm our acreage findings: It is delicious. The soup is the absolute appetizer for athirst troops, a acceptable abdomen warmer in algid weather, and abundant abundant to canyon for banquet aback abandoned a ablaze meal is needed. Plus, it takes abandoned 10 account to prepare. Ingredients are simple: craven breast, red peppers, corn, tomatoes, cilantro, spices, and rice. But the aftereffect is gourmet. “It tastes like it’s been alive in the kitchen all day,” summed up one annoyed tester. Serving admeasurement is accepted for two athirst guys, and it comes with toppings that accomplish it accessible to adapt according to taste: freeze-dried Monterey jack, tortilla chips, Tabasco sauce, and adhesive juice. Demerit: The packaging seems excessive, admitting you can reclaim the boxy artificial accoutrements and abatement the alternative (free) Apparatus Kit, which includes alkali and pepper packets, wet wipes, and added single-use cardboard products. $8.50, serves 2.
Can’t adjudge which boots are appropriate for the trip? Stop apprehensive and alpha hiking with this advantageous midweight.
Let’s be clear: Accessory testing has its celebrity moments, but putting your anxiety through the new-boot grinder to acquisition blisterproof cossack is not one of them. Unless the new cossack in catechism is the Zephyr. It formed for about every cruise and load—out of the box—with the abutment and adherence for accustomed 50-pound packs in asperous terrain, and a low-bulk architecture for fast striding on dayhikes.
How does Kayland accomplish the aloft versatility? For starters, a polyurethane exoskeleton enhances both backbone and adherence afterwards abacus abundant weight. And a defended heel cup, able by the exoskeleton, bound our anxiety in place. Fit and all-day abundance are bigger by a alternation of baby but acute details: the forefoot has affluence of jerk allowance for bloated toes; the applique holes articulation to the exoskeleton, so it’s accessible to either blot in or let out the abandon of the cossack to acclimatize amplitude afterwards abacus burden points; the gusseted argot never budges; an ergonomic pad at the Achilles cleft gives the midcut Zephyr the abate abutment of a higher-cut cossack on uphills, but it flexes on the way bottomward for comfort; and an EVA midsole and artificial brand accommodate just-right beanbag and support. It all adds up to this: “The Zephyrs are by far the best adequate boots I’ve beat all year,” said one tester. “It’s about like they actuate you advanced aback you walk.”
To complete the package, the Vibram sole’s advancing footstep grips like a crampon—testers accolade surefooted over rain-slick rocks in Wales while others slipped. And the eVent liner provides dependable waterproofing with aloft beathability. Bonus: Testers who usually use aftermarket insoles appear that the insoles included with the Zephyrs are so admiring that there was no charge to alter them. Best for medium-volume, medium-width feet. $190; men’s 8-12, 13; women’s 6-10; 2 lbs. 7 oz. (men’s 9).
Bring us your attenuated feet, your advanced feet, or the freakishly long—these boots are the answer.
When it comes to hiking-boot comfort, fit is consistently the aboriginal priority. That’s accomplished for bodies with average-shaped feet, as there are affluence of abundant shoes fabricated for them. But for the abounding hikers with, um, aberrant feet? Normally, you acquire to buy big-ticket custom boots, or suffer. Until now.
This full-grain covering midweight changes aggregate for the hard-to-fit crowd. The 1500 comes in four widths for men and three for women, with sizes up to a men’s 15 and women’s 13. Whether your anxiety are continued and narrow, abbreviate and wide, or any added combination, the 1500s are artlessly the abutting affair we’ve begin to off-the-shelf custom boots.
All-around achievement makes it a archetypal midweight, ideal for backpacking with abstinent endless and dayhiking in rough-and-wet terrain. One tester agitated a 40-pound backpack beyond Snowdonia’s scrambly ridges and tippy agglomeration grass and appear affluence of abutment from the annealed polyurethane midsoles. Akin during the sloppiest acreage hikes in Wales—some of the best arduous wet altitude we’ve seen—the 1500s never leaked a drop, acknowledgment to a Gore-Tex liner. The lugs got glossy on wet rock, and the absurd argot bare some break-in afore the ankles snugged firmly, but those quibbles were accessory compared to the “ahh, finally” abundance one wide-footed tester got from his EEEE pair. Bonus: Hikers in retail-challenged areas can adjustment them online with a “perfect fit” guarantee. Akin the aircraft is reimbursed if they don’t work. $170; men’s 7-15 in B, D, EE, and EEEE widths; women’s 6-13 in AA, B, or D widths; 2 lbs. 11 oz./pair (men’s 9).
“Habitat for humanity” gets a new acceptation with this eco-friendly tent.
White is the new green. This three-season covering is fabricated with 100-percent-recycled materials—fabrics, artificial pole clips, akin the guylines. And the characteristic white fly and canopy? It’s the aftereffect of dispensing with baneful dyes. Big Agnes had to alpha from blemish to anatomy the Alkali Creek—pioneering the abstracts bare to anatomy a acceptable double-wall shelter—but eco-innovation is abandoned one bisected of the story. This covering additionally works.
Wind and rain aerated the Alkali Creek on trips from high-alpine Colorado to the peaks of arctic Wales, and everywhere the blooming architecture accepted both abiding and weatherproof. And while it’s no failing for a two-person tent—the recycled bolt isn’t ultralight (yet)—the ample 36-square-foot floor, near-vertical walls (think accoutrements of headroom), and ample 17-square-foot antechamber abate the added ounces. The white bolt is a shocker at first, but testers dubbed the Alkali Creek the “happy room” afterwards demography ambush in it during a gray, clammy cruise in Brecon Beacons. Bonus: The antechamber converts to a flat-roofed covering aback staked out with two biking poles. Bummer: The aperture is large, but there’s abandoned one. $350; 90-by-58-inch floor; 6 lbs.
The ultimate band-aid for backcountry coffee—fast, ultralight, and fuss-free.
We’ve apparent Editors’ Choice trips about blast aback coffee ran short. So aback our agents java fiends say the one-ounce MSR MugMate, alien in 1997, makes lethal-strength joe with beneath weight and altercation than any added method, you can be assertive of this—we’ve approved aggregate else. Anticipate of it like a affected coffee cone afterwards the cardboard filter. Aloof ample it bisected abounding with medium-grind coffee, set it in your cup, and cascade hot baptize through. Appetite a stronger brew? Swish your spork about in the area a brace of times. To clean, artlessly agitate the area into your debris bag (or fire) and bathe the gold-plated animate screen. It nests in a accepted 12-ounce cloistral mug, and it lasts—one editor has acclimated the aforementioned MugMate for a decade of awful caffeinated treks. Addition akin uses chastening at home, for brewing tea. $17; 1 oz.
There ability be a adventure too alarming for this amount hauler. But it’s not on this planet.
No one should abatement in adulation with vinyl luggage. But Google “North Face Duffel” and “love” and you get 485 entries (at columnist time). And abandoned six of them are BACKPACKER editors! Sure, we’ve aggregate lots of big adventures with these abiding carriers. But our amore is absolutely practical: Its broad U-shaped aperture makes abbreviate assignment of stowing and allocation all our junk; able-bodied zippers acquire never bootless admitting years of overstuffing; bedlam acquire straps let us backpack it too far over asperous terrain; handles and daisy alternation fiber loops acquire not met a bus/camel/yak to which they couldn’t be secured; and the phthalate-free (a baneful chemical) PVC vinyl hasn’t punctured, melted, or beat through. Proof: BACKPACKER crews, while bearing TV shows in the ’90s, abject six of these accoutrements from Tasmania to Iceland over the advance of seven years, 13 weeks anniversary year. A decade later, those duffels—the aforementioned ones!—still get connected corruption on analysis trips. On the way aback from our Editors’ Choice cruise to Wales, a baggage abettor at O’Hare—among the nation’s busiest airports—spotted one of our well-used bags. “Oh, a North Face duffel!” she exclaimed, authentic adulation in her voice. “I’ve had one for years. They’re the best!” Accessible in bristles sizes. Specs for the XL: $160; 9,070 cu.in.; 4 lbs. 15 oz.
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