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After ‘Year In The Wilderness’ Freemans Come Home

Amy and David Freeman paddled out of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area and into history last Friday afternoon, one year to the day since leaving civilization.

September 26th, 2016 | 106 Shares
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Lift Ticket Hacks: 30 Ways To Save Money At The Mountain

It’s time to start planning your ski trips. These 30 tips will help you cut costs in your quest to shred the pow.

September 26th, 2016 | 33 Shares

Dog Safety: 7 Items For The Field This Fall

A few products and a kit you can make at home will make outings with your pup safer and more enjoyable.

September 26th, 2016 | 59 Shares

A.T. Record, GoPro Drone, 2017 Climbing Gear: GearJunkie Week In Review

A recap of top stories for the week of Sept. 18 – 24, 2016.

September 24th, 2016 | 39 Shares

Tim Leatherman, Mr. Multi-Tool Himself, Gives A Factory Tour

Tim Leatherman, the inventor of the multi-tool, gave us a first-hand look at how his products are Made In The USA.

September 23rd, 2016 | 914 Shares

Winnebago Just Made A Dirtbag Dream Van

Built on the Ford Transit chassis, this week Winnebago unveils a small motorhome made for the ‘van life’ crowd. But its price tag could keep this dream from becoming reality for many.

September 23rd, 2016 | 1,214 Shares

Review: US-Made Hammock Created From Plastic Bottles

This simple hammock by Yukon Outfitters, the SomniSmart, is made in the USA from recycled plastic bottles.

September 23rd, 2016 | 411 Shares

Behind The Scenes: 36 Hours On Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula

Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula is a sportsman’s paradise. But when making an adventure film, are the long summer days long enough?

September 23rd, 2016 | 40 Shares


First Look: Iconic Opinel Knife Gets Survival Upgrade

A classic French brand pivots this month with a survival knife design. We took it into the woods for a first test.

‘Dolfin Pack’ Delivers Hydration on Land and Sea

Made of neoprene, the $40 Dolfin Pack was designed for biking, running, SUP and other water sports.

YETI ‘Brick’ Is One Burly Bottle Opener

Need to open a bottle, or maybe smash a window? The YETI Brick will easily do both.

Double-Wheel ‘Juggernaut’ Tackles Everything

Three wheels, two forks, 2,000 Watts. One tip: It’s not a ‘bike.’

First Look: Tent Line From Therm-a-Rest For 2017

We got a first review last month of the ‘palace’-like Tranquility tents, which come in four- and six-person builds.

You Can Run In Scott Jurek’s Shoes (Literally)

Want to capture a little Scott Jurek magic on your next run? Each pair of commemorative Brooks Jurek Cascadia shoes contains a little bit of rubber from shoes worn on his record-setting 2015 run.

First Look: Expanding ‘Flex Capacitor’ Backpack From Sierra Designs

Designed with renowned adventurer Andrew Skurka, the Sierra Designs Flex Capacitor expands outward for a pack that ranges from 40 to 60 liters.

Review: US-Made Hammock Created From Plastic Bottles

This simple hammock by Yukon Outfitters, the SomniSmart, is made in the USA from recycled plastic bottles.

Beginner Clipless: iSSi Pedal Doubles As Flat

Flats or cleats, the iSSi Flip offers an easy-to-use introduction to the world of clipless pedals.

Sleep Tight: Cotopaxi Sueño Sleeping Bag Review

The Cotopaxi Sueño sleeping bag is a go-to versatile cold weather bag with a few creature comforts built in,

First Look: Thule’s 2016 Technical Backpack Line

People know Thule for its vehicle racks. But the Swedish brand has a burgeoning backpack line.

KUIU: Hunting Brand Makes Top-Tier Tents, Packs, Bags

The KUIU Super Down sleeping bag and Storm Start four season tent are designed with backcountry hunters in mind, but the high quality products will serve cold-weather campers well on any adventure.

First Look: Sierra Designs ‘High Route’ Modular Shelter

Renowned adventurer Andrew Skurka teamed up with Sierra Designs on a lightweight tent for hikers. We put it to a review in the Rocky Mountains.

Review: Ultra-Light Running Vest Feels Like Second Skin

Water, gels, keys, phone: Salomon’s S-Lab Sense will carry it all, and nothing more. We test a minimal running vest for the distance-minded adventurer.

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At #Interbike this week. Digging the Giro Prolight Techlace but $400 is what it costs to shave a 1/2 lb off your feet on race day.

Paddler @drewzieff commandeering a ship on the "high seas" with a simple bullwhip lasso (look close!). 📷: @_paulvincent_ #eboriginals #liveyouradventure #kayaking #gearjunkielife

Interbike 'Dirt Demo' today. The Marin Hawk Hill may be only $1500 but it punches above its weight for an entry-level full suspension bike. #interbike #dirtdemo #mtb #mountainbike #gearjunkielife

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