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Suzuki pulled out of the North American market back in 2013. It just announced the 2019 Jimny, and we want it! Sorry, North America — no Suzuki for you!June 19th, 2018 | 200 Shares Read More...
If you own an iPhone, there’s a very simple way to make the device much better for night use to maintain low-light vision.June 19th, 2018 | 213 Shares Read More...
After a recent speed record up an iconic Yosemite wall, climber Alex Honnold tells us about the nutrition, techniques, and training that made it possible.June 19th, 2018 | 22 Shares Read More...
Brew coffee, blend a margarita, even zap bugs. The Cauldryn Fyre V2 totally reimagines the travel bottle.June 19th, 2018 | 11 Shares Read More...
The new for spring 2018 Hoka One One Torrent is a trail-tackling beast of a shoe. But this technical prowess comes in a pretty lightweight package.June 19th, 2018 | 10 Shares Read More...
The new BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM3 is a capable off-road tire that builds on the renowned series. We review the T/A KM3 while testing on the Rubicon Trail.June 19th, 2018 | 10 Shares Read More...
Named after a 2,200-foot-deep canyon aggressively dug by the Gunnison River, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park quickly earned our respect as one of the most scenic and raw places we’ve ever been.June 18th, 2018 | 501 Shares Read More...
The annual Outdoor Friedrichshafen in Germany is among the most important outdoor-gear trade shows in Europe. These 37 products earned Industry, Startup, and Gold Awards as some of the most innovative equipment in the world.June 18th, 2018 | 50 Shares Read More...
Patagonia’s Grade VII Down Parka is a belay jacket designed for the most hardcore alpine conditions. I took the parka on an ice climbing trip last February for this review.
We put three big, burly knives to a head-to-head test to find out which was the best chopping value. Kershaw, Steel Will, and Schrade head to the starting line in this chop-off for glory.
The trailerless, portable, inflatable Flycraft Stealth Fisherman weighs just 100 pounds fully-rigged for two anglers. We floated several rivers for this review.
Chris Reeve’s small Sebenza 21 Insingo in carbon fiber is the best custom knife you can buy without selling your Subie. Find out why in this review.
The Orvis Pro Wading Jacket is a waterproof/breathable shell designed for serious anglers braving nasty weather. I took it fishing in Montana for this review.
No edges, non-traditional bindings, no ski boots: The Black Diamond GlideLite is a different way to get around in snowy conditions. We tested them during a late Colorado storm to review how the short and wide skis work.
Last fall, Traeger Grills offered me a test model. I hunt, fish, and cook. So I gave an enthusiastic ‘yes,’ and have been grilling regularly ever since. This is what I’ve learned.
Despite an impressively light weight, Elite Climb’s carbon and kevlar Salamandra ice axes proved durable and strong in our rigorous testing.
The SPOT X can send and receive messages through satellites from nearly anywhere in the world. We got a beta version in our hands for this first look at the SPOT’s newest satellite communicator.
Nikon strengthens its line of sport optics for outdoor enthusiasts with the introduction of the Spur Reflex Sight. We took it turkey hunting for this review.
Two dumbbells, 30 weight settings. NordicTrack takes a swing at the adjustable weight market with a design aimed at improving reliability and ease of use, while staying affordable.
Altra breaks into the fitness world with the HITT XT – a tough, stable, and comfortable cross-training shoe. We wore the Altra HIIT XT through two months of workouts (and counting) during our review.
For several days, dozens of miles, and hundreds of rocky, Incan steps, we abused Columbia’s waterproof light hiker — the Conspiracy III Titanium OutDry.
Forced to spend outside time inside your tent? MSR builds its new adventure touring tent for those bad weather days with a spacious vestibule to hang out and store all your gear.
Heading into the week like 💃🏻. - Big thanks to @russ_dav for the killer paddling and @che_che_elsey for the pic.
Summer is here and that means backpacking season is in full swing! - We want to know, what’s your must-have piece of gear for hitting the trail? - Big thanks to @jeffcarlsonphoto for the great pic and adventure inspiration.
2 friends, 5 days, and 100-degree heat. What could possibly go wrong? - Our buddies @paddyroc and @laurentaylorsteele teamed up @columbia1938 for a brutal desert hike and some epic gear testing. - And the results are surprisingly hilarious. - Check it out and never forget the importance of bringing a funny friend and your sense of humor when hitting the trail.
In 1983, Mike Taggett, the founder of @chumsusa, was embarking upon his third year as a boatman with Martin Litton’s Grand Canyon Dories in the Grand Canyon. A GCD trip down the Colorado was 18-22 days back then, and Litton ran his operation with beautiful, painted wooden dories – fast, responsive, and easy to right in the event of a flip. - Spring of 1983 marked the end of a tremendous snow season, resulting in high and fast runoff from the Colorado mountains. Lake Powell was at capacity with the risk of overflowing, forcing the opening of the spillways from Glen Canyon. Downriver water ran at more than double its normal flow, measuring 40,000 cfs and above – rates that had never been seen before. - - Most big rapids had washed out, creating large whirlpools and eddies, but Crystal Rapid had turned into a huge reversing wall of water, known as a hydraulic jump. And by the time Mike's trip got to Lava Falls, it was running at almost 100,000 cfs! The current ran fast all the way to shore, and it was hard just making it into the eddies for some of the camps. Throughout the trip, the Park Service dropped notes from helicopters with high water warnings and river closure notices. - Passengers had no idea why the guides were a bit jittery, as most of the rapids weren’t big, but the water was fast. Not many can say they experienced those epic days on the Colorado in 1983, and Taggett is lucky to own a piece of history on that river that will likely never be repeated. - —— Awesome story and image from @oars_rafting and Rudy Petschek. If you’re looking for a splashy summer adventure check them out.
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