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Read how to impress an ‘Adventure Capitalist’ and (maybe) get a big paycheck doing it. We interview the host of a new TV show seemingly made for gear junkies.August 29th, 2016 Read More...
Regardless of physical ability, mountain bikers, cross-country explorers, hunters, and eco-friendly commuters can use this electric vehicle to venture into the wilderness.August 29th, 2016 Read More...
A recap of top stories for the past week, August 21 – 27, 2016.August 27th, 2016 Read More...
A vast area of the Pacific Ocean will be added to the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument around Hawaii, making it the world’s largest protected marine environment.August 26th, 2016 Read More...
If there’s a singular job that epitomizes working in the outdoors, it’s the mountain guide. We talked with IFMGA-certified guide Kris Erickson for some insight into an undeniably epic career.August 26th, 2016 Read More...
Rocking bikes to fashion-forward boots, this is our weekly look at emerging products from the world of outdoor gear design.August 26th, 2016 Read More...
Highpointing, as this state-by-state, summit-seeking pursuit is called, has garnered a following of more than 10,000 people.August 25th, 2016 Read More...
Flats or cleats, the iSSi Flip offers an easy-to-use introduction to the world of clipless pedals.
This modular camping shelter allows for multiple configurations for ‘roughing it’ feel, for any season. It can even be used with a wood stove.
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.
Designed with renowned adventurer Andrew Skurka, the Sierra Designs Flex Capacitor expands outward for a pack that ranges from 40 to 60 liters.
Spending some time in the sun? The ActiveIce Cap from Outdoor Research as a neck flap will leave your head ensconced in a shadow.
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.
We got a first review last month of the ‘palace’-like Tranquility tents, which come in four- and six-person builds.
High-performance bikes leaving you with sticker shock? Check out these sweet rides under $2,000.
A trail shoe from Columbia uses the brand’s OutDry waterproof fabric to keep rain and puddles at bay. We put it to a test.
Choose the best cooler for the job with our buyer’s guide, a break-down of cooler size, type, and quality for the outdoors.
Made of neoprene, the $40 Dolfin Pack was designed for biking, running, SUP and other water sports.
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.
The Cotopaxi Sueño sleeping bag is a go-to versatile cold weather bag with a few creature comforts built in,
With no-frills design, the line of backpacks, duffels, and bike panniers from North St. Bags appear to be from another era.
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