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A recap of top stories for the past week, August 21 – 27, 2016.August 27th, 2016 Read More...
A vast area of the Pacific Ocean will be added to the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument around Hawaii, making it the world’s largest protected marine environment.August 26th, 2016 Read More...
If there’s a singular job that epitomizes working in the outdoors, it’s the mountain guide. We talked with IFMGA-certified guide Kris Erickson for some insight into an undeniably epic career.August 26th, 2016 Read More...
Rocking bikes to fashion-forward boots, this is our weekly look at emerging products from the world of outdoor gear design.August 26th, 2016 Read More...
Highpointing, as this state-by-state, summit-seeking pursuit is called, has garnered a following of more than 10,000 people.August 25th, 2016 Read More...
Traffic keeping you off Colorado’s slopes? Amtrak has you covered.August 25th, 2016 Read More...
Designed with renowned adventurer Andrew Skurka, the Sierra Designs Flex Capacitor expands outward for a pack that ranges from 40 to 60 liters.August 25th, 2016 Read More...
Spending some time in the sun? The ActiveIce Cap from Outdoor Research as a neck flap will leave your head ensconced in a shadow.
The new Specialized Sequoia is a rough-stuff touring bike with all the necessary eyelets, mounts, and lashing points a modern-day bicycle boy scout could want.
High-performance bikes leaving you with sticker shock? Check out these sweet rides under $2,000.
The KUIU Super Down sleeping bag and Storm Start four season tent are designed with backcountry hunters in mind, but the high quality products will serve cold-weather campers well on any adventure.
It’s not the lightest sleeping pad on the market, nor the warmest, but the Klymit Insulated Static V Lite sleeping pad hits a lot of important marks.
YETI gets square and moves ahead in the soft-cooler category with its Hopper Flip 12, a zip-shut cube that’s leak-proof and can purportedly keep ice for days. We give it a first review.
Flats or cleats, the iSSi Flip offers an easy-to-use introduction to the world of clipless pedals.
New options in hydration? We got a scoop from CamelBak, which refines its reservoir for 2017 and launches a ‘flask’ bottle line along the way.
The Benchmade 555-1 is one of the best production knives out there and, while pricy, a great value for high-end steel, handles, and design.
Sweat is the body’s “radiator,” and this evaporative cooling process makes hiking, running, and biking possible even on the hottest of days. What if your clothing could enhance that natural process?
A monocular with thermal recognition enables adventurers to see a whole new side of the wild.
The Biolite CampStove burns wood and other organic material for cooking and device charging in the outdoors. We put it to a tough three month test in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area for this review.
We got a first review last month of the ‘palace’-like Tranquility tents, which come in four- and six-person builds.
Want to capture a little Scott Jurek magic on your next run? Each pair of commemorative Brooks Jurek Cascadia shoes contains a little bit of rubber from shoes worn on his record-setting 2015 run.
GJ editor at GHOST Bikes hq this week, testing 2017 line in Alps. Tough day on the job. #ExpectRIOT #REI
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