The Altra Lone Peak 3.5 went from unboxing to a 212-mile JMT thru hike with zero break in period, and performed excellently. A shoe worth taking note of.
Whether you’re trail running or backpacking, the Salomon Speedcross 4 will grip the trail, give you all-day comfort, and last. Narrow feet apply here.
The Saucony Peregrine 7 is a neutral shoe with grit, and the outsoles are tough with enough grip to stop you in your tracks. Think approach shoe lite.
Imagine Zeus gives you little clouds to wrap around your feet, and sets you off running. The Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 is the next best thing.
Treat your water right. The Best Backpacking Water Filters and Purifiers goes deep on what type of filter you should buy, and why.
The Best Backpacks for Backpacking and Hiking is an current list of the best backpacks for the outdoors. We’ve tested, reviewed, and awarded this gear.
The Best Rain Jacket for Backpacking and Hiking is an current list of the best rain jackets for the outdoors. We’ve tested, reviewed, and awarded this gear.
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Backpackers.com — Late October is one of our favorite times: leaves are changing color, snow has started to fall, and the southern part of the country is still scorching hot! It puts your layering skills to the test, and it’s ripe with last-minute hikes, camping, and backpacking before full winter is here. We’ve been busy
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