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May

14

2014

Ultimate Set-Up: Men’s Trail Running

trail-test-2014-ultimate-set-up-mensSalomon S-Lab Light Jacket: How packable is this paper-thin, 3.7-ounce windbreaker? We stuffed it into the car key pocket of a water bottle holder. ClimaWIND Pro cuts the breeze, but breathes when you push the pace. $80

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Dynafit Trail L/S Tee: Dynafit’s Thermocool fabric is woven to increase surface area, which both speeds evaporation and warms against wind chill. Four-way stretch material, mesh pit vents, and smartly placed seams eliminate chafing. $80; dynafit.com

Mountain Hardwear CoolRunner Short Sleeve T: A light mesh knit suits hot weather, made even cooler by panels equipped with Cool.Q Zero fabric. Sweat triggers evaporative cooling technology. $65

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Stio First Light Short: You’ll live in these shorts. Rip-stop nylon keeps them light and quick drying. There’s enough length for the coffee shop, and they’re trail-worthy with an inner brief. $65; stio.com

Patagonia Strider Pro Shorts: Logging serious miles? The Strider Pro offers four mesh pockets for gels or an ultralight layer; one more with a zip holds keys or cards. The short features durable, fast-drying panels, a polyester brief, and wicking mesh along the five-inch inseam. $59

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UltrAspire Isomeric Magnon: An angled head lets you lift the bottle less before gravity kicks in. A magnet seals one small pocket, and stretch mesh holds larger items like a phone or layer. $32

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From the Early Summer 2014 issue. Back to Trail Test 2014

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