Sports Gadget Reviews
- Black Diamond
- Full Tilt
- Kinetic Innovations
- Ministry of Sound
- Mountain Equipment
- New Balance
- Rock Lobster
- Sea to Summit
- Whyte Bikes
Hook this fitness gadget onto your jeans pocket and the Ultra promises to get you moving. Can it work on the most sloth-like of gadgeteers?
The Stumpjumper is the world's best-known mountain bike. But can it finally get its brainy rear shock right?
Can the high light output of these LED wonders justify their cost?
The Dura-Ace Di2 brings nifty electronic gear shifting. It's fast, it's accurate, but by heck it's pricey
This spacious three-person pop-up tent has a blackout lining to block out sunlight. You know, in case Helios comes to your festival...
Clean drinking water can be hard to find in the back of beyond, but the SteriPen can zap nasty bugs with its special power – UV light
This multi-tool wouldn’t look out of place on Batman’s utility belt – and if the Dark Knight hasn’t got one already, he should
The Selk Bag is a cross between a baby-grow and a sleeping bag for roasty-toasty, free-range camping
Keeping yourself in hygienic nick when camping isn’t easy – unless you pack this simple, compact solution to camping cleanliness...
MSR’s two-man tent uses a clever poling system to give you extra headroom, and is hardy enough to survive pesky cloudbursts
Battery-powered torches can run out of juice when you need them most, but this wind-up job will never leave you in the dark
The OG is a stunningly lightweight, hand-painted board that promises to perform beyond its low price tag...
If you’ve been caught in an avalanche, a transceiver is always handy – and the Ortovox is the best on the market
Some skis prefer the safety of the piste, others enjoy the deep powder. But the Crusades perform in both...