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MSR Windburner Review

  • Lightweight
  • Efficient and convenient
  • Versatile cooking experience
  • All-in-one package
  • Fuel canister doesn’t work in single digit…
Our Score 9

Voltaic Systems OffGrid Solar (second-gen)…

  • Functional build
  • Efficient
  • Great for extended outings
  • Whale of a battery
  • Pricey
  • A little heavy
Our Score 8

Voltaic Systems OffGrid Solar Backpack Review

  • Great for day trips
  • Plenty of storage space
  • Bulky
  • Inefficient
  • A little pricey
Our Score 5

Aukey 20W Portable Foldable Solar Charger Review

  • Relatively lightweight yet rugged
  • Charges two mobile devices at the same time
  • Charging rate comparable to wall charger
  • Low price
  • No internal battery
  • Not completely waterproof
Our Score 8

Lumos Cycling Helmet Review

  • Bright lights front and rear
  • Easy to use and set up
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Waterproof
  • Increases safety on a bike
  • Expensive
  • Build quality could be improved
Our Score 8

Vasque Coldspark Ultradry Snow Boot Review

  • Comfortable right out of the box and only improves…
  • Durable sole will provide you with miles and miles…
  • Attractive style that’ll turn heads on the trail…
  • Very warm for its weight
  • Lacing system durability in question
  • Microspikes can be felt across the toes
Our Score 7

Ino Technologies Weather Pro lightning detector…

  • Simple rugged design
  • Light weight, only 6.6 oz.
  • Easy to ready touchscreen display
  • Operates without cellular or internet service
  • Easily updatable software
  • Bulky casing
  • Must be fully exposed for accurate reading
  • Unprotected touchscreen display
Our Score 8

The North Face Alpine 50L Review

  • Fused seams make for unrivaled abrasion resistance…
  • Lightest weight 50L pack on the market
  • Minimalist design for rock and ice endeavors
  • Supreme comfort due to curved removable back pad…
  • Top lid doubles as a rope carry system
  • Inefficient buckle closures on lid and sides
  • No protected front crampon holder
  • Only one zipper compartment
Our Score 8