The Patagonia Flash Pullover has lofted pillars for insulation (11). The Arc'Teryx Alpha SV Jacket (12) features XCR, the best form of Gore-Tex, but it's too noisy and not breathable enough for soldiers. Marmot ATV pants (13) feature 3XDRY, a fast-drying, stretchable nylon. Lowa Biomex Vertex (14) uses a flexing plastic cuff to combine big-boot stability and sneaker comfort. Motorola Talkabout T5950 (15) has a five-mile range. The new titanium Leatherman Charge Ti (16) includes two sets of pliers, wire cutters, a saw, scissors and files. Civilian hydration packs, including the Lobo (17), have adopted military innovations, but few are constructed from virtually indestructible 1,000-denier nylon. The 3,700-cubic-inch Osprey Switch 55+5 backpack (18) exemplifies the less-is-more trend among skiers and hikers. For consumer sunglass buyers, style counts; the strength and svelteness of the Oakley Magnesium Switch (19) is a bonus. With tough Cordura shells and Gore-Tex/pile liners, Outdoor Research's Modular Glove System (20) is good for skiers and soldiers alike. Patagonia R.5 Superfly Tights and Top base layer (21) insulates as well as the soldier gear does.