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By Jules Older Starting at the top and working down, down, down, here’s gear that’ll get you going this winter. Helmets. There are two major trends in helmets, a.k.a. brain buckets. One is connectivity; the other, safety. For connectivity, it’s hard to beat Swagtron’s Snowtide helmet. Not only does it

By Everett Potter There’s an incredible array of travel gear and gadgets out there. So here are 10 items that can make your travels safer, easier and more comfortable. Leica D-Lux 7 Who doesn’t want a great travel camera that goes steps beyond an iPhone? Enter the new Leica D-Lux

Whether you’re heading for Mustique, Montana or Machu Picchu this winter, there’s a bag to make your travels easier. Here are 10 standouts in this highly competitive market. Patagonia Lightweight Travel Tote Pack 22L A daypack for your exploration of Dublin, Paris or Prague? A knapsack for beach excursions on

By Jules Older   Photos by Effin Older Wherever you travel, you travel with stuff. From the shirt on your back to the shades on your eyes, the socks on your feet to the poles in your hands … stuff. This is about stuff that adds to your traveling pleasure. Starting with,

By Everett Potter In the battle for carry-on, every inch counts. After all, it’s about keeping your stuff away from the evil clutches of the airlines’ baggage systems and saving the cost of checking a bag.   Here are three backpacks from Eagle Creek, Timbuk2 and Cotopaxi that are ideal

By Everett Potter Spring weather is highly unpredictable, so road warriors are in need of sturdy and reliable luggage that can deal with the most mercurial of seasons. Here are three pieces to consider before you head off to Berlin, Belize or Bhutan … continue reading  

By Neil Wolkodoff Traveling is stressful enough without continually fighting your luggage. One of the keys to luggage is to pick the right carrier for your belongings that fit your style and needs. Head to head tests are almost non-existent in luggage as for some reason most manufacturers don’t want

Bluesmiths Kanaha Hydrophobic Shirt Being largely Irish, with a fair share of English blood, I haven’t always gotten along with the sun. That’s especially true at the beach and so I’ve sought out the rash guard surfer shirts that keep you pasty, pale and cancer-free. But they are inevitably binding