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Electric Mudslinger Polarized Sunglasses Review

For the third time in as many weeks we’re taking a look at gear from Electric, and for the third time in as many weeks we’re super impressed. This time around we’re taking a close look at the Mudslinger polarized sunglasses which the California-based...

Reactor Titan Sport Watch Review

For as much time as many of us gear heads spend looking for timing gadgets that do things like measure watts, elevation, heart rate all while giving us the total number of donuts we’ve burnt off, we often neglect to look for a solidly durable and stylish watch....

Patagonia Houdini Pullover Windbreaker Review

Running or hiking on the coast or in the mountains can yield some of the most beautiful vistas, but also bring about some of the chilliest winds in the summertime. The sun is shining, the water is sparkling and it’s warm out – that is until the wind picks up and...

Cyclist On a Highway Gets Taken Out By a Semi

So before you go watching this video, there a few things we’d like to put out there: 1. What the f@#k were these cyclists doing on what appears to be a flipping highway?! 2. While on said highway, why the f@# were the cyclists in the middle f@#king lane?! 3. If...

Topo Athletic Fli-Lyte Review

Recently I’ve reviewed a few things where the best descriptor I  could use for them was, “elegant simplicity”. Part of this was that the products quite simply perform their given task well without trying to go beyond an another part of it is that...

Saucony Peregrine 5 Video Review

Support Gearist by shopping for the Saucony Peregrine 5 at: REI: http://bit.ly/1dceEiw Zappos: http://bit.ly/1DteauT Amazon: http://amzn.to/1GrFJrG The Saucony Peregrine 5 is the first trail shoe from the brand that we here at Gearist have had the pleasure to review....

Naneu ParaStrap Parachute Shoulder Strap Review

The first thing I thought when Naneu asked about sending us this strap was, why didn’t you send me this years ago!? But more on that later, whether you are carrying a fully laden camera bag, or a heavy duffel bag across the airport, the innovative technology of the...

Bollé B-Kid Ski and Snowboard Helmet Video Review

When you’re heading out with the kiddo to ski or snowboard, the most important thing you can do is to protect that cute little head. With the B-kid snow helmet, Bollé has built a full-featured kids helmet that doesn’t skimp on all that it offers just...

Lululemon Wunder Under Pants

Always on the search for the perfect pair of multipurpose baselayer yoga pants or leggings, I was pretty excited when lululemon sent over a few of their Wunder Unders for us to try out. I am going to tell you up front that we are big fans of these pants, but depending...

Craft Precise Running Shorts Review

It seems to me that when the weather gets warmer runners focus more on things like shoes, socks and hats but there’s not much said about running shorts. As someone who’s thighs are rather close friends however, running shorts are something that I pay close...

Mammut Botnica Thermo Vest Review

When the seasons start to change it is tough finding the correct layers to keep you comfortable training outside. Mammut did a fantastic job at designing and creating the Botnica Thermo Vest. It is a great piece of gear to turn to on those chilly spring days when a...

New Balance Fresh Foam Zante Review

In February of 2014 I reviewed the first New Balance Fresh Foam 980 and while I enjoyed the ride there was certainly room for improvement. Probably the biggest issue I (and many others) had with the FF 980 was the marketing messaging with it which described it as the...

Electric EG3 Snow Goggle Review

Merging style with high-level technology is sometimes a tricky feat. It seems though that Electric has made it a massive part of their mission to put out products that are at the forefront of haute style while still crushing it with cutting edge technology. Such is...

Patagonia Black Hole Duffel 60L Review

Anyone who travels a lot knows that there are certain specifications that make for a perfect long weekend travel bag. The bag needs to be roomy enough to fit lots of layers, but small enough to slide easily into an overhead compartment on an airplane, bus or train....

#fbf to that time when Meb Keflezighi won the 118th Boston Marathon

Hey, remember that time when Meb Keflezighi crushed the Boston Marathon and became the first American man to win the storied race since 1983? One year after the tragic events that took place on Boylston Street in 2013, Meb made some unexpected big moves earlier in the...

Prana Halle Pant Review

As a tall girl, it’s hard for me to find travel or hiking pants that are long enough, have enough pockets and the ability to cuff them in hot weather or while riding a bike. I took a deep sigh of relief when prAna sent over their Halle Pant – made from awesome...

Electric Mashman Snow Helmet Review

Every year people say things like, “retro style is really in” but then thing is that retro style has never really gone anywhere, it’s always been around because what made it great in the first place likely stands the test of time. With that in mind,...

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