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Our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.October 19th, 2017 Read More...
Super strong, feather light: The Vision is Black Diamond’s light, minimal harness for alpinists. We put it to the test alpine climbing in the Cascades for this review.October 19th, 2017 Read More...
Add a little high to your next elevation adventure. This hydration pack includes a special port for vaping on trail.October 19th, 2017 Read More...
If you thought that outrageous mountain running records were the sole domain of Kilian Jornet then you need to think again.October 18th, 2017 Read More...
Failing anchors, rockfall, and precarious ice: The fourth tallest (previously) unclimbed peak has been summited.October 18th, 2017 Read More...
Our weekly column finds the best deals from across the web to save you money on outdoors gear. Check out the deals from Pelican, Topo Designs, Osprey, UST, and more.October 18th, 2017 Read More...
Crank up the dial to get a campfire raging in just minutes. Or, turn it down to keep a mellow fire nearly smokeless. BioLite brings off-grid power to the FirePit.October 17th, 2017 Read More...
There are a HUGE variety of vehicles that can take you on your next adventure, and you’re sure to see a few of each type at the annual Overland Expo East. Our editor breaks down the various overland options from the show.October 17th, 2017 Read More...
Looking to avoid the ‘dome’ look? Our quest for passable aesthetics in the category of the bike helmet continues with ABUS.
Big Agnes introduces its newest women’s sleeping bag, the Hazel SL 15. It stands apart due to its unique “customizable” fit. We tested it in Northern Minnesota for this review.
The 14-inch Fiskars Hatchet brings small upgrades to a popular model. At under $30, it’s a reliable tool for the outdoors. We put it to the test for this review.
Add-on pedals and refined ergonomics make a new children’s bike from Strider stand out. Our preschool-age tester gives his first-look review.
The combination of thinner stock, superior steel, and amazing grind make the Bravo 1 LT in 3V my favorite fixed blade on the market.
Arc’teryx listened to its ultrarunners, single day peak baggers, and minimalist adventurers. The Norvan Running Vest is a pack just for them.
With a thin, translucent skin and weighing barely more than a loaded backpack, the Wilderness Traveler exemplifies what it meant to ‘be out on the water.’
The Hotwire is Kershaw’s cheapest knife. We test the Walmart exclusive to see what $10 gets you.
The brand 1620 makes workwear in the USA. With its new Stretch NYCO Work Shirt, you get few frills and one of the toughest shirts I’ve ever worn.
Bigger than a bivy, but tighter than a traditional tent, the 2018 ‘High Side’ shelter shoots for the weight-to-space sweet spot.
With the cost for a trusty, solid knife now pushing upward of $700, it’s hard for the price-conscious to find a good deal. Enter the Efficient by Spyderco.
The Bicycle Tour Camping Tent from NSR RIding lets you store your bike inside, with plenty of room left over for quality slumber.
With ENO’s Nomad Hammock Stand you don’t need trees, suspended bliss can happen anywhere. Hang a hammock at the beach, in the yard, or even in the living room.
Niner builds the Air 9 RDO as a flagship racing hardtail. We put it to the test to find out if it reaches what Niner calls “ultra-refined heights.”
Dreaming of that weekend not so long ago when people from across the nation gathered under the Redwoods for @outposttrade, an outdoor industry even unlike any other. - New gear, cool people, big adventure, too-notch food and drink. It was a weekend to be remembered. - See some of the best gear we found here: https://gearjunkie.com/roundup/the-outpost-gear-2017 ☝️link in profile - 📷: @candymountaincollective , @seancopepictures and @alynicklas
Because sometimes you just need to get away from it all. - Big thanks to @vegasvuk for the stellar capture and desert adventure inspiration!✨💪🏼
Can you imagine biking 4,700 miles across the country pulling a trailer, AND picking up more than 2,000 pounds of trash along the way?! - That’s what the @packingitout crew did and we’re excited to be a part of their mission and adventure. - Watch the full video here: https://gearjunkie.com/p/packing-it-out-2017 ☝️link in profile
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