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The optics brand Maven made waves a couple years ago with a direct-to-consumer model that offered high-end binoculars at a fraction of the price of competitors. Now it wants to do the same thing with rifle scopes.January 17th, 2018 Read More...
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Looking for the best new bows of 2018? We scoured the Archery Trade Association floor to find the most exciting new flagship bows for the coming year.January 16th, 2018 | 32 Shares Read More...
Costa built the Sunrise Silver Mirror lens to see fish through water in any light. We put them to the test against Louisiana redfish.January 16th, 2018 Read More...
Travelers to Canada will want to double check all their bags following the country’s prohibition on many knives still legal in the U.S. and elsewhere.January 16th, 2018 | 804 Shares Read More...
It is the first major reboot of the bicycle tube in over a century. Lighter, stronger, and faster, was the Austrian-made Tubolito Tubo worth the wait?January 16th, 2018 | 76 Shares Read More...
It’s nearly 100 years old, it has antlers for handlebars, and it’s one of the baddest winter bike builds we’ve ever seen.January 15th, 2018 | 184 Shares Read More...
Tackle the great outdoors with solar charging and stainless steel.
With more than 5,000 miles of cross-country biking as the testing ground, I set it out determine which Brooks bike saddle is friendlier on the fanny.
Long before fitness trackers, energy gels, and three-layer waterproof membranes, people ventured into the outdoors to become tough, not have fun. And they wore kilts.
Under Armour this week took the curtains off a running shoe project in the works for more than two years. Meet HOVR.
Gear up and get ready to scale mountains, climb icy walls, and turn frigid summits into your personal play-land with the best winter climbing gear.
The MSR Advance Pro 2 is lightweight, has a small footprint, bomber construction, and a single climber can pitch it standing in one spot. We review this highly desirable tent for the hardcore alpinist or mountaineer.
The Dometic CFX35W adds WiFi and a mobile app interface to an already popular line of 12-volt fridges.
When it’s too cold for gloves, a good pair of mitts is crucial to enjoying any winter activity.
REI will roll out a new line of its flagship tents in 2018. We spent a few nights in Great Smoky Mountains National Park camped inside the updated Half Dome 2 Plus to see what’s new.
Hang two hammocks side by side from just two trees. In our review of ENO’s Fuse Tandem hammock spreader bar, we found it to be lightweight, versatile, affordable, and awesome.
More than just a fancy hard drive, GNARBOX packs sophisticated hardware and editing software system in a rugged, portable, wireless device that lets you edit photos and video anywhere.
Out of the box, our reporter trekked 18 mountainous miles with the just-released Merrell boot.
Pre-bent poles give this semi-freestanding Sierra Designs tent more space without the extra weight.
Granite Gear’s Minnesota Made collection is designed and hand-sewn in Two Harbors, MN. We tested an 18L daypack and tube-style duffel during a month of travel and climbing for this review.
Ice, ice baby. - With the right gear and training, frozen waterfallls and ice walls turn into the perfect playground. Anyone have a passion for ice climbing? Where’s your favorite place to climb? - Big thanks to @federico.sette for the gorgeous photo. Be sure to check out his gallery for more stunning adventure inspiration.
Sitting in the office, dreaming of this. Who’s with us? 🙋🏻♀️ - And big thanks to @ranznav for the awesome pic and Monday adventure inspiration.
If the mountains aren’t getting snow, might as well make the most of it and climb on. - What about you, what adventures are you finding this winter? - And big thanks to @tradprincess for the climbing 💪🏼 and @ladylockoff for the awesome photo 📸.
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