"It’s a total love or hate shoe — people are like ‘that’s the coolest thing I’ve ever seen,’ or ‘I hate that, I want to beat up the guy who designed it.'"
These boots have and LED light built into the tongue of the boot.Read More...
A company has raised a small fortune to launch a jacket made of this sci-fi worthy material.Read More...
Explore the unique and vibrant Khumbu region at the base of Everest.Read More...
Islands cared for by those who love them will maintain their fragile environments better than those left entirely alone.Read More...
Four days of chasing steelhead salmon around the rivers of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula lead to this beautiful female steelhead salmon.Read More...
Just fill it up, screw on the cap and hydrate; the filter’s in the cap.Read More...
The American Birkebeiner is the premier cross-country ski race in the United States. This is how one never-before skier prepped for the race in just 13 weeks.Read More...
Step aside Subaru, this hybrid AWD wagon hits 60 MPG with 400 horses under the hood.Read More...
The Urban 800 has three brightness settings and a “pulse mode” that fades the light instead of flashing.Read More...
Coming fall 2015, the Columbia A-Basin Ripper jacket competes with much more expensive shells.
Salomon created the new version of the Fellcross with its professional trail-running team, and the company markets them as giving “performance our top athletes demand for racing in mucky conditions.”
“It’s a total love or hate shoe — people are like ‘that’s the coolest thing I’ve ever seen,’ or ‘I hate that, I want to beat up the guy who designed it.'”
This hard shell comes with a hefty price tag, but is it worth the cost? Our editor puts it to the test.
Two men just hiked across America in winter. This gear helped them succeed on the first winter thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail.
72 dams were removed across the country in 2014.
Petzl has a new kind of climbing harness system for kids. We test it with a tiny gear junkie at the local climbing gym.
From fast and light to full-on stompers, we tested a dozen hiking boots for this spring.
Made by hand in Milwaukee, these hammers are beautifully functional artwork.
The metrosexual is so last decade. Now, it’s all about the “Lumbersexual.”
"It's a total love or hate shoe -- people are like 'that's the coolest thing I've ever seen,' or 'I hate that, I want to beat up the guy who designed it.'"
Surviving in the wild -- no matter the location or the time of year -- depends on human wit and will more than the gear you have in your pack. But all survival experts still recommend assembling an emergency kit of equipment to stay with you at all times in the wilderness.
Flash in the pan, or here to stay? The cycling subcategory of "fat bikes" is hot this year, on the snow and for dry land. Our editor looks into the trend and adds some opinion from time spent pedaling in snow on these obese-wheel bikes.
Made for the outdoors, these two products are made in Bend, Ore., and looking to fill a niche for beer drinkers anywhere.
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