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By Michael Lanza
If you’re shopping for a gift for someone who loves the outdoors—or even for yourself—look no further. This list covers the top-performing products and best values I’ve found among the outdoor gear and apparel I’ve field tested over the past 12 months, including jackets, backpacks, a tent, a sleeping bag and air mattress, headlamps, trekking poles, climbing harnesses, and a pile of other stuff in a wide range of prices. Plus, many of them are available at deeply discounted sale prices right now, and you’ll find links to those sales below.
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Outdoor Research Luminary Gloves
$99, 8 oz. (men’s medium)
Sizes: men’s S-XL, women’s S-L
As someone who gets cold fingers very easily, I look for winter gloves that are not only warm, but also versatile for outdoor activities where my hands (like my body) will be warmer at times and colder at other times. While backcountry skiing several days in Idaho’s Boise Mountains and around Galena Summit, in all kinds of fast-changing weather—temperatures ranging from the teens to around freezing, wind, falling snow, sunshine—the Luminary Gloves handled not only cold, but mild temps and wet, windy conditions with equal aplomb. Continue reading →