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Road ID Wrist Slim Review
9 years ago

Road ID Wrist Slim Review

By  •  Apparel, Travel, Run

With the Wrist ID Slim, the Road ID enters the world of all day, everyday wear. It’s the width of a cause band and has a stainless surgical steel ID plate that contains five lines of information.
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Running Shirt Reviews

By  •  Apparel, Run, Hike

Advance moisture management and innovative fabric cooling technologies get plenty of hype these days. So do things like Omni-Freeze and In-R-Cool and MicroClimate Zoning add anything to your run-of-the-mile athletic shirt? Read the reviews to find out.
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Columbia Baselayer Lightweight Short Sleeve Top Review

By  •  Apparel, Run, Hike

Columbia’s Baselayer Lightweight Short Sleeve Top is well built, soft, stretchy. The cooling properties and weight of the shirt are overhyped but don’t count the product out.
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Mountain Hardwear Way2Cool Tank Review

By  •  Apparel, Run, Hike

The Mountain Hardwear Way2Cool delivers everything we expect in warm weather gear. It’s very light weight and provides plenty of cooling. If you’re looking for a new tank, definitely give the Way2Cool a look. You won’t be disappointed.
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Pearl Izumi In-R-Cool Short Sleeve Review

By  •  Apparel, Run, Hike

Dynamite. The Pear Izumi In-R-Cool is one of the best athletic shirts we’ve run into lately. They’re not always the easiest to find, but well worth the search. Recommended.
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Packable Jacket Reviews
9 years ago

Packable Jacket Reviews

By  •  Apparel, Camp, Travel

You never know what the weather will be like in Northern California (or elsewhere for that matter). So it pays to have a lightweight, packable jacket in your kit. Here are three from REI, Target Dry and The North Face.
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