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Mountain Hardwear Optic

Mountain Hardwear Optic

Let's call Mountain Hardwear's Optic 3.5 a car-camping tent with backpacking aspirations. The Optic isn't light, but it is abundantly livable. You get 45 square feet of floor (more)

The Microchill Jacket

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Mountain Hardwear's Microchill Jacket is much more a midlayer than true outerwear, but however you wear it, the warmth to weight ratio and comfort are excellent. In terms of (more)

The Ghost Whisperer

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Think of Mountain Hardwear's 6.7-ounce Ghost Whisperer as a high-end heat infusion. If you want the best possible warmth-to-weight ratio in an ultralight top, this is it. The (more)

Mountain Hardwear Direkt 2

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Mountain Hardwear's new Direkt 2 is a single-wall tent built in the style of Black Diamond's Firstlight, but updated in a way that makes it both more and less useful. The twin (more)

Mountain Hardwear Typhoon

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The Typhoon Jacket is yet another of those affordable ambiguously technical rain shells that are fast becoming today's bestsellers. Similar to the North Face Venture Jacket (more)

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