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Congratulations to Leah, our newest Reviewer of the Month! A long-distance hiker, as well as a mariner, biologist, and paddler, she wins a 10 Essentials prize pack worth $350.

Meet Leah in our Q&A: http://bit.ly/2zM3qQi
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"Excellent for longer multi-day trips" at "half the price of major ultralight bags."

Stephanie reviewed her #REI Flash pack: http://bit.ly/2iC74Ch

How much are you willing to pay for a backpack?
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What do you look for in a backcountry shelter?

"Amazing space and livability in an ultralight package," says Paul of his +Zpacks Duplex tent: http://bit.ly/2h1sLLx
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"The most comfortable pair of sunglasses I’ve ever owned," said Jake after testing the +Ryders Eyewear - Premium Sport & Cycling Eyewear Inclines while biking, hiking, climbing, and more.

Check out his full review of these antiFOG sunglasses: http://bit.ly/2z5Sbm5
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Congratulations to Vince, our Reviewer of the Month!

A Trailspace member since 2008, Vince is a backpacker, climber, and park ranger. He wins a 10 Essentials prize pack worth $350.
http://bit.ly/2zb8Ion
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"Extremely strong and beautifully designed"

Vladimir calls his +Primus Equipment CampFire Cookset "almost perfect."
Check out his full review: http://bit.ly/2xsPKG6
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"The Access Mesh is a lightweight, low cut approach shoe that offers superior traction, support, and breathability."

After months and miles of testing, Jake reviews the +Five Ten footwear: http://bit.ly/2gC910W
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Do you ever use outdoor apps?

BigRed reviewed +High Country Apps "well thought-out" Colorado Rocky Mountain Wildflowers app for beginners to pros to ID plants: http://bit.ly/2ytneYj
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"My go-to pack for all things not requiring the kitchen sink."

Hiking, climbing, skiing...Jeff thinks his +Patagonia Ascensionist 35L is a "fantastic daypack" and "decent overnighter." http://bit.ly/2xDQDLr

What's your go-to backpack?
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Hiker on a budget?

Goose recommends the "solid, reliable" #Komperdell Wild Rambler trekking poles he used on Rainier: http://bit.ly/2z1SxY4

What's your budget gear recommendation?
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