Cold, wet hands? Not in these gloves. Here are the four best women's handwear options from our annual gear roundup. For more, check out the 2013 Apparel Guide in the December issue and on newsstands November 27.
Sure, that pair of Primaloft-filled, fleece-lined, Gore-Tex-waterproofed, goat-skin palmed leather gloves ran you $150. But what's the most important pair of gloves in your kit? Your touring gloves. Here are a few of the best we've found.
Kids belong outside. Whether it's a lazing around on a warm, slushy spring afternoon, or sampling the single digits and howling winds of a blizzard, kids (and the rest of the family) feel better for having spent some in the open air. Just make sure you dress them right-no number of gummy bears can offset cold fingers. Here are a few pieces to help you grow comfortable, confident backcountry kids.