Women’s Hiking / Outdoor Pants Roundup

Need a new pair of hiking pants for your next excursion … or trip around the block? Check out our women’s pant roundup, with options from light and breathable pants for summer hikes to comfy leggings that feel equally at home on the trail, rock, or bike (plus one for the little ones).

Houdini Shelter Anorak

Luke Koppa reviews the Houdini Shelter Anorak for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado

Anoraks: one of the most controversial topics at Blister. Well, our managing editor has decided to continue to anger our editor-in-chief by testing more of them, and Houdini’s Shelter Anorak has become one of his all-time favorites. Check out his review of this minimal, waterproof shell.

Eddie Bauer BC Freshline Jacket

Luke Koppa reviews the Eddie Bauer BC Freshline Jacket for Blister

We’ve spent a lot of time skinning and skiing in Eddie Bauer’s BC Freshline Jacket and think it and its eVent fabric offer an excellent combination of weather protection and breathability. Check out our full review.

Giro Method Goggle

Luke Koppa & Eric Freson review the Giro Method Goggle for Blister

The Giro Method is far from the most expensive goggle on the market, yet it offers excellent optics and a versatile fit, all of which have made it one of our favorite goggles for those on a budget. Check out our full review.

Holden Sierra Bib

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Holden Sierra Bib for Blister

If you’re in the market for a new resort ski / snowboard bib, the comfortable, waterproof, and clean-looking Holden Sierra Bibs are worth a look. Check out our review.

TREW Capow Jacket & Bib

Sam Shaheen and Luke Koppa review the TREW Capow Jacket & Bib for Blister

TREW designed their touring-oriented Capow kit with the help of CAPOW Guiding, and we’ve had two reviewers using it for everything from long days on the skin track to laps in the resort. Check out our full review.

Beringia Altai Over Hoody

Cy Whitling reviews the Beringia Altai Over Hoody for Blister

When it comes to stop-and-start activities like ski touring, a big puffy jacket can not only be nice, but also extremely important if things go wrong in the backcountry. We’ve been using the Beringia (the North American branch of Teton Bros) Altai Over Hoody a lot this season, and think it makes for a great insulation layer. Check out our full review.