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Fight the frost: From boots to bags, great gear for your next cold-weather adventure

A couple outdoor expeditions afforded the opportunity to field test some superb products under a variety of weather conditions and a diversity of terrain. Whether you need to stay warm, stay comfortable or just want a good night's sleep, consider some of these items for your next low-temperature adventure: BOOTS: COMFORT ON THE CLIMB What: Lowa Hunter GTX Evo Extreme Why: Rare is the insulated, leather hunting boot that slips on easily and has a comfortable, broken-in feel right of the box, but such was the case with these boots. The Hunter is a taller, insulated, 10-inch version of Lowa's Tibet GTX. Lowa boots have been well known worldwide for nearly a century, especially popular with clim