Gear Review: Peregrine Saker 0 degree Sleeping Bag

The gear experts at Summit Daily recently published a review of the Saker 0 degree sleeping bag from Peregrine Products, calling it "warm enough, sleek enough and affordable enough to handle just about everything." Read the full review here, and see why a Saker bag may be just what you need on your next cold weather expedition.


Video Review: Peregrine Flight 18 Daypack+

Daniel at Trail and Mountain recently posted a review of the Peregrine Flight 18+ collapsable daypack. He calls it "a technical daypack with a lot of features" and shares his thoughts and impressions of the pack. See the full review on the Trail and Mountain YouTube page.


Gear Review: Singing Rock Penta Helmet

The folks over at thealpinestart.com recently published a review of Singing Rock's super light Penta Helmet, calling it one of "the most comfortable helmets" that they've used. They also added "the Penta is a superb, low-profile and lightweight helmet for all-around use. With it's low price-tag, there is no excuse not to take it climbing everywhere, all the time."

Read the full review here


Video Review: Cypher CoDex Shoe

"The Cypher CODEX is a new climbing shoe that runs in the same league as the best shoes on the market, but comes in at a much better price point."  --Outdoor Gear TV

Read the full review here.


Video Review: Outdoor Designs Denali Winter Glove

"This [Outdoor Designs Denali] is an over built, highly featured winter glove for the harshest conditions.  I see this as an ideal ski glove that will last you many seasons."  --Rock Climber Life


Video Review: Peregrine Dry Summit Packs

"These packs [Peregrine Dry Summit Pack & Peregrine Zipper Dry Summit Pack] are waterproof but are exceptionally light and pack down so small (smaller than your fist) why wouldn't you bring one along?"  --Trail and Mountain


Gear Review: Cypher CoDex Aggressive Climbing Shoe

"The CoDex toe is shaped such that you have a good amount of surface area to quickly get your foot into the right place. It jams into pockets really well, and grabs a hold of features well on overhanging routes."  --Climbing Report

Read the full review here.