Test: Source 'Ultimate Hydration System'

An Israel-based brand ships the "Ultimate Hydration System" worldwide and sells the kit for $54. It includes everything needed to sip water and stay hydrated in the outdoors.
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Find Nature In The City With These 10 Tips

Big city living certainly has its perks, but with all the hustle and bustle it can be hard to get in tune with nature. One editor shares her tips for getting outdoors in the city.
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No Service? No Problem! Use Cell To Text Off The Grid With 'goTenna'

A new device allows cell phones to text directly with one-another without the use of towers or satellites. It employs radio waves and has a 50-mile range.
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Suunto Watch: Syncs With Phone, App Makes 'Movie' Of Your Training Route

Suunto has revealed a new line of watches that can track GPS and sync with your iPhone. Don't miss the "Suunto Movie" feature, a fun new tool that works via the company's MovesCount app.
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Chaos Unfolds As 600 Mountain Bikers Race Down A Glacier

Watch racers slip, slide and fall down in the snow during the Megavalanche, an enduro race down the Pic Blanc Glacier in France.
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Watch Sea Plane Almost Land On Whale

The two get really close at the 39 second mark!
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'Maintenance Free' Bike Raising Eyebrows, Big Bucks

A new company has raised more than $200,000 to produce a bike that is virtually "maintenance free."
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Feds Hunting Mountain Bike Hater

Officials have offered a $1,000 reward for information about two booby traps left on popular mountain bike trails.
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2015: Footwear Coming From Arc'teryx

Known for its premium outerwear and climbing gear, Canadian brand Arc'teryx next year will jump full into high-end footwear. These are not your average hiking boots, including removable booties, rubberized textiles, and models with no tongues.
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First Look: Ticla Car Camping Kit

The cush car camping equipment from Ticla was "nothing like we have ever experienced before." Our contributor Chelsey Magness tests the company's camping gear on a long road trip through the American West.
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First Look: Super Wide, Cushy And Packable Sleeping Pad

The Static V Luxe sleeping pad by Klymit unrolls to remarkable proportions and still packs small enough to ride easily in a backpack. Our editor reviews this cushy backcountry mattress.
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'1 Million Steps' In KEEN Durand Boots

What will a pair of hiking boots look like after 1 million steps on some of the toughest trails around the U.S.? This summer we're going to find out...
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First Look: Katadyn 'Gravity Filter'

Why not let gravity do the work as opposed to pumping or other methods of purifying water? We test a new water filter from Katadyn.
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Follow Thru-Hike Of 'Pacific Northwest Trail' On GearJunkie All Summer

GearJunkie contributor Jeff Kish is about to begin a through-hike of the 1,200-mile Pacific Northwest Trail to test gear and document what is regarded as the most challenging of the National Scenic Trails.
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Pure Maple Syrup In New Energy Gel

The pitch: "Pure organic Vermont maple syrup in portable packaging." YES, please! The syrup in UnTapped Maple Energy is made by Vermont's Slopeside Syrup company, and it is the brainchild of professional cyclist Ted King.
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'Fetch Machine' Lets Dog Throw Own Ball

Watch a dog play fetch with himself thanks to a clever bit of engineering!
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