We traveled to Colorado’s Rocky Mountains to test the Vasque Arrowhead winter boots.
The oldest company in America, Remington’s legacy lives on in their premium apparel.
Filled with highly water-resistant DownTek down, the Meaden is designed for winter’s worst.
Revo’s Ground Speed sunglasses may have been inspired by pilots, but they’re ideal for drivers.
A legend of the outback, perhaps I expected too much.
From the famed Italian boot making region of Montebelluna, Crispi’s Monaco boots prove to be one of our favorite finds of the last year.
Testing Aether’s new Compass Motorcycle Pant in California’s Death Valley.
Remington’s new 1816 Safari Jacket, a field jacket that can handle actual field use.
Reasonably priced, durable, and reliable, this good looking watch is still one of the best deals around.
Far from the tennis racket snow shoes of old, the MSR Lightning Ascents are lightweight, aggressive, and meticulously designed tools for the snowbound outdoorsman.
Finally, a technical garment with a classic look that lets you fit in at the local watering hole as well as the backcountry.
Schoeller® 3-Layer waterproof/breathable stretch fabric, reinforced seams, more pockets than you know what to do with, and looks that can’t be beat, make the this jacket one of OI’s favorites.
Because good gear can often mean the difference between being comfortable and perhaps a little dead, I’m okay with spending a bit extra. However at only $140, it’s hard to find a better value.
The Basis Shirt is a long overdue product. In a nutshell, it’s a technical baselayer that doesn’t look like, well, a technical baselayer.
This time around, the new technology isn’t a wonder fiber, it’s a super feather. For the first in a very long time, this raging debate is finally getting interesting.
It almost seems like a disservice to call these jeans. They’re every bit as sophisticated as any highly engineered riding pants I have, but they appear to be normal jeans, and very nice ones at that.
The Double Diamond Vest might be their most unconventional offering and was the brain child of the founder, Nate Alder.
If you’re like me and prefer things that stand the test of time, Remington’s 1816 Ilion Jacket could be for you. A fusion of old and new the Ilion features the classic styling befitting the Remington legacy.
If you’re going to ride a motorcycle, you might as well ride in some great looking gear that could probably survive the end of the world; or at least a ride around it.
A dual sport helmet that truly meets the standard for the dual portion of the name. Whether you’re riding on dirt or pavement the AX-8 performs like it was designed to be there.