Travel Gear Blog News 10/07/2010
National Geographic names Gear of the Year for 2010 | Gadling.com
National Geographic Adventure has posted its selection for their annual Gear of the Year awards, pointing a spotlight on a host of new and innovative products that are sure to make your next trip a more enjoyable one.
GearGuide | GSI Pioneer 24oz Mug Review | Outdoor Gear Reviews
The GearGuide reviews the GSI Pioneer 24oz coffee mug.
Gear of the Year 2010 — National Geographic Adventure
Must-Have Gear For Fall and Winter – This year's selections are as functional as they are fantastic, from a bamboo water bottle to cold-repelling down sweaters to an electric motorcycle with a tax credit.
A New Breed | Men’s Journal
The Panasonic DMC-GF1 is the best of the four hybrid cameras we tried.
Blend a digital SLR’s versatility with a point-and-shoot’s pocketability, and you get the missing link you’ve always wanted: the hybrid camera.
Gear Review: Best of the Nor’easter | The Outside Blog
Adam Roy from Outside Magazine reviews the best gear of the Nor'easter.
Gear of the Week: Stoic Bombshell Jacket | Gear of the Week: Stoic Bombshell Jacket | SKI Magazine
Sally Francklyn reviews the Stoic Bombsheel Jackets on the Ski Magazine Blog.
The 10-Minute Sports Makeover – Presidio Pedal Shoe Featured in Women’s Adventure Magazine « The KEEN Blog
The women’s Presido Peal blends the construction of a lightweight hiking shoe and the style of a downtown street shoe with the SPD-compatible performance of a bike shoe.
Merino Wool Stores | Gear Review | Gear Junkie
Two of my Gear Junkie's longtime favorite merino-wool purveyors, Ibex and Icebreaker, are opening suave urban stores, respectively in Boston and in the SoHo district of Manhattan.
Briggs And Riley celebrate forty years of their most famous invention – rolling luggage | Gadling.com
October 1970 was a special month for the luggage industry, and for the parent company of Briggs And Riley – it was the month they released the world's first rolling suitcase.
Stylish Maps That Are Chatty – NYTimes.com
In today’s satellite-blanketed world of precise, GPS-determined maps, a splash of watercolor and some hand-written advice are nice, personal touches to pull out of your pocket while traveling. A la Carte Maps offers just that.
Backpacker Magazine – Cheap Heat: Bargain Apparel – Insulation
From mild autumn evenings to winter's deep freeze, Backpacker Magazine tells us how to stay warm for less.