Truth be told, seriously lacks a feminine voice. But, since I’m no girl (watch it!) and we don’t have any regular women contributors, the gear reviews, articles and products focus on the male point-of-view. So, when it comes to either shopping for your lady or if you are a gal who browses this site on occasion (congratulations), the crew over at Women’s Adventure Magazine has compiled a comprehensive list of their Editor’s Choice gear for the fairer sex.

On the list are a few products that have been featured or reviewed on, so they are not only great products for women, but also for us mangy menfolk.  I guess men and women do agree on some things afterall.

Here are a few of those crossover products:

Ellsworth Epiphany Mountain Bike

2009 Ellsworth Epiphany Review

An amazing all-mountain steed that’s about as capable as any trailbike on the market. Read Ellsworth Epiphany Review…

Ellsworth Scant Road Bike

Ellsworth Scant Road Bike Review

This scandium/carbon frame is super-light and smooth on the pavement. Read Ellsworth Scant Review…

Pivot Mach 5 Mountain Bike

2009 Pivot Mach 5

Sporting the DW-Link suspension design, the Mach 5 is a leader in the trailbike category. Read Pivot Mach 5 Feature…

Julbo Run Sunglasses

Julbo Run Sunglasses Review

Photochromic lenses and excellent coverage make the Julbo Run sunglasses a winner. Read Julbo Run Sunglasses Review…

Salomon XT Hawk Trail Running Shoes

Salomon XT Hawk Trail Running Shoe - New for 2009

Saw these at Outdoor Retailer and they look solid. Read Salomon XT Hawk Feature…

SteriPEN JourneyLCD Water Purifier

SteriPEN JourneyLCD Water Purifier

This little wonder purifies the contents of your Nalgene in seconds.

Read More: 2009 Women’s Adventure Editor’s Choice Gear

About Author

A native of the Pacific Northwest, Jason quickly developed a love for the outdoors and a thing for mountains. That infatuation continues as he founded this site in 1999 -- sharing his love of road biking, mountain biking, trail running and skiing. That passion is channeled into every article or gear review he writes. Utah's Wasatch Mountains are his playground.

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