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LOWA boots have long been our trusted choice of hiking footwear for adventures in the South. We compare our long-time favorite, the Renegade GTX, with some of their newest hiking and trekking boot styles, the Innox GTX Mid, Sesto GTX Mid, and Irox GTX Mid.
The bright, colorful, and totally unique Luzon Del Dia is a fun and functional backpack that’s equally great for a day on the trail, errands around town, or travel. Our trail-tested Cotopaxi Luzon 18L Daypack review.
Great for summertime hiking and water adventures, the KEEN Moxie and Newport ATV sandals are rugged, grippy, and made for adventure. Our trail-tested KEEN kids review.
The Osprey Stratos 24 and Sirrus 24 are ultra-breathable backpacks, ventilated for warm-weather day hikes in the South. Our trail-tested review.
There’s simply no better way to hang out on the trail or at a campsite. Suspended from ENO’s SingleNest and DoubleNest hammocks and Atlas straps, relaxing in the great outdoors hits a new high.
Not every hike demands a rugged, framed backpack. The REI Flash 18 is one of our favorite grab-and-go, lightweight packs for local day hikes and travel.
The Ahnu Sugarpine is a lightweight women’s waterproof hiking boot that delivers performance, style, and stability on the trail. Our trail-tested Sugarpine review.
Stability and dependable traction: the LOWA Renegade GTX Mid is a high-end hiking boot that’s well-equipped with a waterproof Gore-Tex lining and a grippy Vibram Evo outsole. Our trail-tested review.
Our favorite Cotopaxi backpacks, the Inca 16L and larger 26L, are technical daypacks with a streamlined design, great comfort & thoughtful features. Our trail-tested review.