Travel Gear Blog News 11/22/2010
Horny Toad and Nau Clothes – WanderGear Wednesday | Wanderlust and Lipstick
Beth from Wanderlust and Lipstick reviews clothing by both Horny Toad and Nau.
Top Black Friday travel gear deals | Gadling.com
Scott from Gadling sat down with the founder of one of the largest Black Friday deal sites to talk about the deals this year, and how stores deal with the inevitable leak of their top secret ads.
The Gear Junkie Scoop: Hardshell Revolution 2011! | The Outside Blog
Will 2011 mark the rebirth of the waterproof-breathable hardshell jacket? Outside's Gear Junkie investigates.
Polartec Fabric How It’s Made – the GearCaster
Amy the GearCaster takes use on a tour of the Polartec manufacturing process.
Osprey Packs Blog » Friday Round-Up: Travel Can Change the World
As you start to think about things to buy this holiday season, consider putting your money to a good cause; because not only are you proving that travel can change the world, you’ll get the opportunity to score some cool gear — including an Osprey Vector 22!
Women’s Travel Socks from Goodhew | Practical Travel Gear
Kara from the Practical Travel Gear reviews Goodhew's wool and bamboo blend travel socks.
Grace Digital Audio Eco Extreme & Joby Gorillamobile for iPhone 4 review – OutdoorInformer.com
High technology and high adventure may seem to be strange bed fellows. But high technology complements your highly adventurous personality. Joby and Grace Digital have developed technology accessories for your adrenaline-charged excursions
National Geographic maps available on new GPS device | Gadling.com
Earlier this week National Geographic announced that it was joining forces with Satmap to release a handheld GPS device that offers support for a range of maps from their library.
Skiing and Snowboarding: 6 Apps For Conquering the Slopes
Here are Mashable's six favorite mobile apps for keeping track of resort conditions, navigating the slopes, and capturing evidence to back up your bragging rights.
How to Recycle Old Outdoor Gear – Trailspace.com
Trailspace lists a variety of options for recycling your old gear once it has reached the end of its trail life.