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Apr 11, 2017    0

Product Overview Kailas is a relatively unknown brand in North America, but has been winning ISPO awards for some of their innovative designs in recent years. The China-based brand makes apperel...

Dec 15, 2016    0

During this arctic cold spell in the Canadian Rockies, walking outside is like walking into a deep freezer. Though the Mountain Moxie team was still getting out, we did spend some extra time...

Apr 07, 2016    0

The Julbo Aero sunglasses are an ultra-light (26gr) pair of highly ventilated, photochromic sunglasses. New for the summer of 2016, these...

Mar 31, 2016    0

Your choice of shelter on a multi-day trip can have a big impact on your overall comfort. Try camping in Northern Ontario without a bugnet or inner tent and you will know what I mean. Conversely,...

Feb 22, 2016    0

The Patagonia Dual Aspect Hoody is a versatile layer that can be used as a mid layer and shell layer, given the right conditions.

By using a hybrid construction, Patagonia is able to use...

Dec 15, 2015    0

The Julbo Trek sunglasses are a no-nonsense take on multifunction sunglasses that can stay on throughout the day.

With several unique features, these glasses are comfortable all day and...

Nov 30, 2015    1

With the help of Highline Magazine, we were provided a Peak Performance Heli Gravity Jacket to test.  This do-it-all high performance ski jacket is suitable for backcountry touring, heli-skiing or...

Oct 21, 2015    1

I'd like to start with some great words from Dick Culbert's 1974 "Alpine Guide to Southwestern British Columbia"

"As an instructive generalization,...

Aug 21, 2015    0

Regardless of your mountain plans, it’s always a good idea to pack a little extra for plan B. That extra pair of rock shoes in the car might end up saving the day. The North Face Base Camp Duffel...

Jul 20, 2015    0

"Look at this Rogues Gallery!!"

May 15th, 2013 - Summit Cafe, Canmore

Jon and I both choke on our food as Barry Blanchard walks to our table at the Summit Cafe in Canmore. Clearly we...