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In a lineup of minimal shoes, the Vertical Ks from La Sportiva are unique. They offer a flexible, lightweight build plus a low heel-to-toe drop spec. But the cushy shoe has more protection underfoot than true “barefoot” stock.
Teva came out with its light-equipped Illum sandals last year. We test a new model, the Illum 2, and give them a try in the Colorado desert during the day as well as the dark of night.
“Out of the bright light and into the dark — once we pulled the rope we were committed to going down.” That’s a snippet from this adventure tale, where GearJunkie contributor Ryan Stuart explores an uncharted set of slots off the Grand Canyon.
Dork factor or smart safety device? Like an automobile backup camera, the Owl 360 gives a small screen and a rear-facing lens to let a bike rider peek down and see an approaching car whizzing up from behind on a busy road.
A new type of hydration tablet, Nuun All Day, is marketed as a product to use not during aerobic activity but “anytime on a normal day.” The tablets have less sodium than the original Nuun recipe, though with a dose of vitamins and minerals to keep you drinking and hydrated at work, home or school.
It’s called “a bike trip across the country for affordable housing.” That’s a simple way to summarize Bike & Build, a summer-long program run by a nonprofit group aiming to make a difference in the United States.
We sat down with survival star Bear Grylls for a chat on his recent adventures, his work on the new Craghoppers clothing line, and what he wanted to be as a kid when he grew up.
The Denver Cruiser Ride was started a few years ago as a small group of friends going for nighttime rides in the summer. The happening has exploded, and now that “group of friends” numbers in the thousands most Wednesday nights.
Wenger, the “maker of the Genuine Swiss Army Knife,” built its new optics line somewhat like its knives — with maximum versatility and a quiver of options in one modular package. We give the glasses a four-month test.
GearJunkie editor and pro photographer T.C. Worley is back from the granddaddy of U.S. pro cycling races, the Amgen Tour of California. He rode in a team car with a camera lens hanging out a window for an inside look at the action.
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