If you’re looking for a wider ski that combines a very playful ride and a low weight, the all-new Bent Chetler 120 is the best option we’ve ever seen. Check out our review to see why it got a “Best Of” award in our 18/19 Winter Buyer’s Guide.
We’re big fans of Spark R&D’s simple and reliable splitboard bindings, and they just released an even lighter version of their Surge binding. So what, if any, compromises are made by going with the new, lighter Surge Pro?
The new Ibis Ripmo is supposed to occupy the middle ground between Ibis’s more uphill-oriented Ripley LS and their more downhill-oriented Mojo HD4. So does it really hit that middle ground? And where does it fall in the spectrum of Trail bikes?
Updated forks and shocks are often cases of evolution rather than revolution. But the new Rockshox Lyrik RC2 provides very discernible improvements over prior iterations, and you don’t need to be a world-cup-level racer to appreciate them.
We’ve now run about 300 miles in the Altra Olympus 3.0, and we can now say that it’s become our favorite max-cushioned shoe. Check out our update on its durability; an in-depth comparison to the Hoka Stinson ATR 4; and how well the Olympus 3.0 works as a road-to-trail shoe.
The Petzl Sitta harness is one of the lightest on the market, but Petzl says it’s still fully featured, comfortable, and durable enough for technical rock and ice climbing. So what (if any) compromises did they make by going so light?
Black Diamond entered the climbing-shoe market only a year ago, and the Shadow is their most aggressive offering. So how does it compare to similar shoes like the Scarpa Instinct VS and La Sportiva Testarossa & Kataki? Check out our review.