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Couch To Ladder: 10 Uses For Old Climbing Rope

A couch, a beer koozie, a ladder, a dog leash, and much more. These creative uses keep old climbing ropes out of the landfill.

March 29th, 2017 | 1,389 Shares

First Look: Fritchi Tecton 12 Touring Binding

The all-new Tecton from Fritchi delivers. Freeride touring, confidence, and power are the three points of the Swiss company’s scepter here.

March 29th, 2017 | 29 Shares
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No Ordinary Tent: The Bizarre Constructs Of ‘Burning Man’

A new book provides stunning photographs of the bizarre encampments at Burning Man.

March 28th, 2017 | 57 Shares
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Bike, Eat, Stay: ‘Getaways’ Is Airbnb For Cyclists

A new company gives cyclists the power to start up their own mountain bike guiding services and connects them with bikers around the globe.

March 28th, 2017 | 158 Shares
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Minnesota Throws Hat In ‘OR Show’ Ring

The Outdoor Retailer tradeshow announced last month it will leave Utah in protest of the state’s public lands policy. Last week, Minnesota added its name to the growing list of would-be hosts.

March 28th, 2017 | 300 Shares
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How A Rooftop Tent Raised $2 Million On Kickstarter

A relatively unknown rooftop tent maker just raised more than $2 million on Kickstarter. This is how.

March 28th, 2017 | 337 Shares
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First Look: Ultralight Leatherman ‘Skeletool’ Knife

Coming this spring, Leatherman introduces a ‘naked’ Skeletool knife that weighs barely more than 1 ounce.

March 28th, 2017 | 504 Shares

In The Spotlight: Duluth Trading Company Brand Profile

Quirky ads, cozy flannels, and durable soft-goods define Duluth Trading Company. Here we put this Minnesota workwear and outdoors brand it’s products in the spotlight.

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First Look: Patagonia 2017 ‘Hyper Puff’ Parka

Hyperpuff or hyperbole? New for 2017, Patagonia’s accordion-style insulation lofts outward to create a unique synthetic puffy piece.

Real Hikers Wear Tights: Fjallraven’s Abisko Trekkers Reviewed

Hikers take note: Tights offer a better option than pants for tackling miles on the trail.

First Look: Eureka Gonzo Grill Aims For All-In-One Cooking

Pancakes for breakfast. Steak and veggies for dinner. The Gonzo aims to be a single cook set that can cook everything so we had to try it out.

2,000-Mile Test: Granite Gear Crown2 Backpack

We packed, hefted, and hiked with the Granite Gear Crown2 for a five-month test along the Pacific Crest Trail.

REI Magma Sleeping Bag: A Top Value In Down

REI upgrades its classic sleeping bag with one of the best warmth-to-weight-to-price bags on the market today.

First Look: Sea To Summit ‘World’s Lightest Hammock’

At 4.9 ounces, Sea to Summit’s Ultralight Hammock is so airy you’ll forget it’s there. We tested it for our first-look review.

Review: Mukluks Made For Coldest Places On Planet

We tested Steger Designs’ Yukon Jack mukluks this month in the dank cold of a Minnesota winter. The boots are modeled after footwear worn long ago by Arctic tribes.

Hammock Head-To-Head: ENO TechNest Vs. DoubleNest

This review breaks down the differences between ENO’s DoubleNest and TechNest hammocks to help you decide which is better for you.

Taste Test: ‘Gourmet’ Beef Jerky Comes In Sriracha

With flavors like Sriracha, honey dijon, and sweet jalapeno, this beef jerky packs some serious flavor.

Super Friction: Edelrid ‘Mega Jul’ Belay Device Review

Durable and multifunctional, Edelrid’s Mega Jul belay device makes belaying rock climbers safer and more efficient.

Fill, Drink, Repeat: LifeStraw Go Review

The LifeStraw Go is a bottle that carries and filters your water. Fill it up in a stream, and drink with confidence. We put it to the test for this review.

5-Year Test: Leatherman ‘Style CS’ Doesn’t Fail

Carrying the Leatherman Style CS everywhere for five years, including on two trans-national trails, the only problem I experienced was solved by a drop of oil.

5.11 Reinvents The Cargo Pant

They look like a normal pair of khakis or blue jeans, but the Defender-Flex pants have more storage space than you’d imagine possible.

No Trees, No Problem: ENO Roadie Hammock Stand Review

Great news dirtbags, with the ENO Roadie hammock life no longer requires trees.

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