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Big Agnes Copper Spur HV 2 Expedition Review

The Copper Spur Expedition bridges the gap between ultralight 3-season tents and burly 4-season expedition shelters, offering something that is both lightweight and rugged for when the weather goes south but the trail goes up.


Diamondback Haanjo 2 Gravel Bike Review

Gravel bikes, those designed specifically to ride gravel roads, are rapidly growing in popularity. With that , more affordable offerings are finally coming to market. The Haanjo 2 is well priced gravel grinder with surprisingly good components at just $800.

Sierra Designs Clip Flashlight 2 Review

The Clips Flashlight 2 feels like a return to form for Sierra Designs. It’s a complete re-working of a classic model that’s been tracing trails since the 90s. Promising improved livability, reduced weight, and the implementation of new technologies, can this new classic hold it’s own? The Clip Flashlight 2 is a non-freestanding full double…

Nemo Hornet Elite 2 Review

For some, going light is not just preferable, it’s the only way to go. The Nemo Hornet Elite has been designed for those people. It’s a two person shelter with two doors, two vestibules, and it weighs a scant 2 lbs. 3 oz, but can it hold up on the trail? Every detail in the design…

Sierra Designs Nightwatch 2

Sierra Designs Nightwatch 2 Review

The Sierra Designs Nightwatch takes everything I liked about the Lightning 2: an awning, gear closets, and a stable design, and enhances it by implementing a roll back fly for star gazing and better ventilation. Despite looking quite similar, the design has been heavily modified in a variety of ways. How does this new model hold…

REI Arete ASL 2 tent

REI Arete ASL 2 Overview

We’re currently testing the REI Arete ASL 2, and I wanted to offer up a preview of it as we’re pretty excited about it. I like the light weight build, but so far I’m not big on the lack of tent stakes and guy lines. Check out the video below. Questions? Just let me know!