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You’re outside on a nippy winter day. Old Man Winter claws his grip into your frigid bones. Painful cold gnaws at your fingers and toes. How to fend off their icy bite? It’s simple. Just turn on your clothing. LEARN MORE Check out author Matt Heid’s Equipped gear blog. A small but growing collection of…

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I bike year-round, including the sub-freezing days of winter. Before I head out for a ride, I always check the outdoor thermometer—and then dress accordingly for conditions. Here is my clothing system for several common winter temperature ranges. First of all, I always wear certain items once temperatures drop below 40º Fahrenheit—my base system, if…

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Cycling apparel is nice for long rides, providing visibility, comfort on the saddle, and flexibility for unencumbered pedaling. But it’s not exactly stylish for wearing around town (unless bright form-fitting tights and tops are the look you’re going for). Enter Pedaler Clothing, a small company that produces apparel designed both for cycling and looking good…

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In 1997 Ibex Outdoor Clothing opened shop in Woodstock, Vermont, as a specialty manufacturer of high-quality wool clothing, especially outerwear and insulation for outdoor use. This is part 4 of an ongoing series profiling outdoor gear companies in the Northeast. Over the past 12 years, the company has expanded rapidly and antipodally, though it remains…

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This post is part of an ongoing series on Northeast-based gear companies; see a running list below. Based in Standish, Maine, Rogue Industries produces distinctive leather wallets made in Maine that are remarkable for several reasons. First, they feature an odd design that is square on one end and curved on the other. Why? They’re…

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Ticks are arguably the nastiest, most pernicious, most maddening outdoor threat we face here in the Northeast. I hate them, these vectors of disease, who crave adherence to my flesh, to inflate with my blood. So nasty. In early spring, adult ticks resurface after laying low through the winter. They are larger and easier to…

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Part of an ongoing series of Northeast-based gear manufacturers. The ingredients for a Redd energy bar read like a hit list of in-vogue superfoods—chia, acai, quinoa, goji, yerba mate—plus several of their lesser-known superfood friends, like maca, schizandra, and mangosteen. Mash ’em all up together, add a few other ingredients, and you’ve got a powerful…

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I love high-visibility gear for cycling. I also support cycling advocacy efforts that make streets and roads safer for all users. A new set of products from Respect My Lane does both at the same time. Respect My Lane is a small local operation based in Boston (the same traffic-tough cycling area that brought you one of…

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The coldest season is upon us in all its frosty, freezing glory. Stride forth upon the snow-covered trails and do not let the chill dissuade you: The right gear will keep you perfectly warm and comfortable throughout any winter adventure. Protecting your feet from the cold is particularly crucial. Icy feet and wooden toes will…

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Part of an ongoing series on Northeast-based gear companies. New England’s winter cold ripples across the landscape, its icy breath seeking entry into your bones. This chilly season, lounge and defeat it instead by basking in the luxurious plush of flannel, hand-cut and stitched in the USA. The products of the Vermont Flannel Company aren’t for serious outdoor…

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