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The Gear Our Editors Loved in March

The Gear Our Editors Loved in March

Spring comes annually due to the tilt of our planet and the way that it orbits the sun. The days grow longer, buds emerge on…

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Spring comes annually due to the tilt of our planet and the way that it orbits the sun. The days grow longer, buds emerge on trees, and the rays warm our skin—and every year it’s just as sweet. Here’s what the Outside crew used to enjoy the shift in seasons. Janji Multipass Sling Bag ($50)

(Photo: Courtesy Janji) You know you love a product if you’re devastated when you lose it. That’s what happened with this sling from Janji: I went into a state of panic when I couldn’t locate it this winter (spoiler alert: I had just left it at my parent’s house). This distress was warranted, though, as it had become my go-to carryall for a variety of activities, including skiing, hiking, and running, both on the trails and during errands around town. Its two-liter capacity lets me pack all the small essentials—on a recent ski trip it carried my lunch, a snack, beanie, sunglasses, sunscreen stick, wallet, and chapstick—but my favorite feature is the hidden cross strap that can be deployed to secure the pack to my body when it’s in over-the-shoulder mode. Because of this feature, it’s the only sling I’ve ever tested that doesn’t slide around while running or flip over my head when I bend down to tie my shoe. Plus, I’ve received more compliments on this bag than any other. —Kelsey Lindsey, senior editor Power Tank 15 pound CO2 Tank ($660)

(Photo: Courtesy Power Tank) Airing down—decreasing your tire pressures—is crucial for […]

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