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A recap of top stories for the week of July 16 – 22, 2017.July 22nd, 2017 | 11 Shares Read More...
REI’s Quarter Dome Tent has been popular among campers for years. Now they’ve taken the concept off the ground and created their first hammock tent — the QD Air. We review it here.July 21st, 2017 | 1,777 Shares Read More...
With 95 percent recycled components, including the rubber, the La Sportiva Mythos Eco stand out as a perfectly functional climbing shoe for the eco-conscious climber.July 21st, 2017 | 58 Shares Read More...
The Tecnica Forge will be the first thermo-moldable hiking boot when it hits the market Spring 2018. But its innovations don’t stop there.July 21st, 2017 | 468 Shares Read More...
Breaking up is hard. But we’ll all get through this.July 21st, 2017 | 314 Shares Read More...
A DIY conservation effort, this summer two men embody the ‘packing it out’ ethos by bagging and hauling debris each day.July 20th, 2017 | 213 Shares Read More...
Custom knives mean craftsmanship, high quality material, and artful design. They also mean big dollars. Are you ready to hop into the world of custom knives?July 20th, 2017 | 39 Shares Read More...
Michelin unveils a fresh line of MTB tires for 2017. Our editor put the new rubber to the test along California race courses and Minnesota singletrack.
Danner’s Jag boots are back after a 30-year hiatus. We tested them on the trail and around town for our review.
Zippered vents are the name of the game in the Kelty Sine, a 35 degree down sleeping bag, great for those with sweaty toes.
Backyard bonfires are awesome. Smoke? Not so much. The Solo Stove Bonfire gives lots of heat, with a whole lot less fumes.
I’ve spent a couple hundred days in the Patagonia Rio Gallegos Wader while fishing some of the most demanding water in the Pacific Northwest, and I still can’t find a leak.
Ten cans of beer, 16 cups of coffee, or a whole lotta’ soup, YETI’s one-gallon Rambler can obviously hold plenty. But we tested how well it performs.
The 2018 Chevy Colorado ZR2 is ready to rock crawl right from the showroom floor. Our contributor took it for a desert test drive for this review.
Sixty built-in LEDs, head- and taillights, turn signals, and automatic brake lights — the Lumos helmet radically changed how I feel riding at night.
Italy’s Giant Mouse crafts superior blades from top-end steel. We put the GM2 to the test.
At $400 a pair, this pro-level MTB shoe from Specialized costs about $21 an ounce.
The Cannondale Bad Habit 1: Just as addictive as it sounds.
The 3T Strada is the bike of the the future, here today.
Aggressive tech in an unassuming package, La Sportiva Nucleo boots are waterproof and stocked with upgrades for mountains and trails.
Designed with yoga in mind, the Hala Asana performs surprisingly well from flatwater to whitewater.
Once you become a climber, paddler, hiker or adventurer of any kind, you just never look at thinks the same way. Where once you saw a slab of rock, you now see a way up. That raging river becomes a clean path down. The impossible turns doable. That is what adventure is all about. - So keep at it. Get out there and push your limits. - #adventurestartshere - - Big thanks to @dreamaliveproductions for the awesome capture and @seelink for the climbing (on Wiggins2 5.12- FA Earl Wiggins. Cliffs of Insanity, Indian Creek, Utah) 💪🏼🎉👍
Coffee + views + night outside = The best way to start the day ☕️🏕😍 - Big thanks to @justincostner and @stellamae5 for the awesome picture and adventure inspiration!
Because sometimes the best adventures happen right around the corner. Where you live. In the city even. True adventurers know it's less about the exact location and more about having a good time wherever you may be. - Which is why we're teaming up with @yeti to bring you some of the raddest urban adventures out there. - Full video and info here: https://gearjunkie.com/p/yeti-great-urban-outdoors ☝️link in profile - #adventurestartshere
Looking for a boat you can take everywhere? The foldable Oru Kayak may be just what you need. - As our reviewer wrote, "The sheet of plastic is scored and notched, an intricate pattern that folds tight and packs up box-shape to fit in a backpack. Undo the package, crease the material at its flex points, and fasten the straps. Soon, a kayak will emerge." - Full review here: https://gearjunkie.com/pack-up-oru-kayak-review-bay ☝️link in profile - And big thanks to @theninoknowledge for the awesome picture and paddle inspiration! -
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Dazed, upside-down, and choking on smoke, Keith was less concerned about his mangled camper van than the rabid flames surrounding him and the ruined seatbelt that refused to let him go.
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