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The Outdoor Industry Association today penned a letter about the possible transfer of federal lands to states to the chairman of the Republican National Convention. Read it now.July 22nd, 2016 | 165 Shares Read More...
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The Goal Zero Sherpa 100 is a compact battery that can charge electronics as large as a laptop computer. We tested it on a road trip through California for this review.
YETI gets square and moves ahead in the soft-cooler category with its Hopper Flip 12, a zip-shut cube that’s leak-proof and can purportedly keep ice for days. We give it a first review.
This modular camping shelter allows for multiple configurations for ‘roughing it’ feel, for any season. It can even be used with a wood stove.
Mr. Pink is the name of this bike by All-City, and it’s a combo of old and new design, blended to form a road bike for the everyman.
Amazingly light, durable, and useful, a thin sheen of Dyneema Composite Fabrics comprises the entirety of this top-tier pyramid tent. Read on for a full review of the UltaMid 2 by Hyperlite Mountain Gear.
The new Specialized Sequoia is a rough-stuff touring bike with all the necessary eyelets, mounts, and lashing points a modern-day bicycle boy scout could want.
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.
Superfeet is a leader of insole technology, so these supportive, primo flip-flops are a natural extension for the brand. We put them through their paces.
The Benchmade 555-1 is one of the best production knives out there and, while pricy, a great value for high-end steel, handles, and design.
New options in hydration? We got a scoop from CamelBak, which refines its reservoir for 2017 and launches a ‘flask’ bottle line along the way.
Looking for a shoe for your upcoming Tough Mudder? The Merrell All Out Crush is made just for you.
Which is the best survival knife? We put three high carbon ‘choppers’ to the test head to head to find out which is the best.
High-performance bikes leaving you with sticker shock? Check out these sweet rides under $2,000.
With 1,000+ calories in each (yummy) dose, these squeeze-to-eat packets are a portable meal replacement and a great alternative to energy gel or bars.
Last night's campsite came with a double #rainbow. #Iceland does not disappoint! #nofilter #vanlife #gocampers 📷: @jakeandcats
Our editor @tapuzak is in #Portgual competing at the World Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships. Here he finds storks celebrating Portugals recent #Eurocup win. #gearjunkie #mtbo #orienteering
First look at 2017 @Thermarest tents? Coming soon. Meanwhile, we're in San Juan Islands this week at #campthermarest.
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This summer, two young Pacific Crest Trail thru-hikers are picking up trash as they go, up to 1,000 pounds of cleared litter the goal during the multi-month trip.
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