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Nothing punishes gear like adventure racing, and this race is the pinnacle event of the year. This is the gear that excelled over seven rough days in the Brazilian jungle.

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Electronic stimulation helps muscles recover faster. That’s the theory behind the Marc Pro Plus, a recovery machine we test in this review.

Review: ‘Chroma’ Drone Gives Stunning Aerial Footage, Safe Flights

The world has changed for pro and amateur videographers, with the whirring blades of a drone signifying a new era. Here we review the Chroma, a solid mid-level drone option.

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From peak-bagging to cool weather hiking, the Atom SL from Arc’teryx is a step forward in insulted wind shell technology.

Camera Kit: Dakine ‘Reload’ Backpack Review

Battle-hardened shooters looking to carry a ‘run and gun’ camera setup into the wilds should consider the Reload from Dakine.

Microsoft ‘Band 2’ Blends GPS With Smartwatch

In our review, the Microsoft Band 2 is an accurate, all-around fitness tracker (with smartwatch capabilities) looking to find its place in the crowded fitness watch market.

Breathable Hype: The North Face HyperAir GTX

Can a new type of Gore-Tex fabric revolutionize shell jackets? We test the HyperAir GTX Jacket from The North Face to find out.

Titanium Bike Lock: Ultra-Light ‘TiGr Mini’ Review

The new titanium TiGr Mini bike lock weighs less than a pound and will deter thieves. We put it to the test against a hacksaw blade.

Gravel, Mountain, Road: Open Cycles ‘Unbeaten Path’ Review

A do-all bicycle, the Unbeaten Path (U.P.) looks like a road bike but takes tires for rolling on gravel, dirt, and beyond.

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