Latest goods for ladies… from apparel and outerwear to women’s-specific gear.

Review: CW-X Pro Tights

With its tights, CW-X promises a "suspension system for the hamstrings and quadriceps." Our new writer and reviewer, Chelsey Gribbon, gave the tights a test on a three-day trek. Read More...

March 19, 2010

Heated Boots Fail To Impress

Columbia's heated boots, powered by lithium-polymer batteries, are touted to provide the "warmth of a furnace." Our test found this to be far from the case. Read More...

February 26, 2010

Snow Angel Base Layers

Many women who play outdoors want the first layer next to their skin to be comfortable, functional and maybe even fashionable. Read More...

November 27, 2009

Columbia Heated Boots

Heated boots have long been a Holy Grail. Columbia continues on the quest with its heated men's and women's boot models. Read More...

October 8, 2009

Teva Mountain Games Intro

In 2006, I traveled to the Teva Mountain Games for a weekend of rafting, racing, and running in the mountains over Vail, Colo. This June, GearJunkie.com is heading back for more. . . Read More...

April 24, 2009

Kuru Chicane women’s shoes

It's not every day I wear "tennis shoes" in the winter. That's like wearing white pants after Labor Day, right? But when you throw a softshell upper onto a wrap-around sole that has little rubber stumps on the bottom for grip and traction, you turn a tennis shoe into a kind of winter glove for your foot. Read More...

January 16, 2009

Arc’teryx going Aerobic in ’09

Arc'teryx will release multiple collections of aerobic-oriented apparel and outerwear with its spring 2009 line. This is a sneak peek, from tights and running tops to a "skort" designed for mountain marathons. . . Read More...

July 18, 2008

Gracie’s Gear Sports Bra

The inspiration for Gracie's Gear Inc.'s debut product came two years ago when founder Lauren Grace Updyke was training for her first marathon. She had tucked energy gel packs under the strap of her sports bra, an easy-access point, though not without some chafing consequences. And then it hit her: Why not incorporate a pouch on the front of the bra. . . Read More...

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