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During Super Bowl LII, attendees can take part in a high-flying zip line over the river in Minneapolis. The zip line will span more than 800 feet and will likely be one of the coldest to date.December 14th, 2017 Read More...
Our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.December 14th, 2017 Read More...
Our team of gear experts scoured REI for our favorite gear picks and gift ideas. Best of all, they don’t cost a fortune, with each item costing $40 or less.December 14th, 2017 Read More...
The ‘Grounds Keepers’ program will sponsor 25 individuals to clean trash along major section hikes and popular public trails in 2018.December 14th, 2017 Read More...
No matter the type of hunting, you’re sure to find a suiting gift in this list that will enhance the outdoor hunting experience.December 13th, 2017 Read More...
Not sure what to get that special—and adventurous—lady in your life? It’s OK, neither were we. So we talked to the women who test, review, and buy the gear that works best.December 13th, 2017 Read More...
The [As One] line honors U.S. communities devastated by natural disasters this year.December 13th, 2017 Read More...
When it’s too cold for gloves, a good pair of mitts is crucial to enjoying any winter activity.
Leveraging three decades of bike making, the 2018 Marin Pine Mountain 2 lives up to its own legend.
From hiking boots to snow boots, we tested winter boots for every budget and found some favorites. These are the best winter boots of 2017-2018.
Minimalism meets all-mountain functionality in the next great line of multi-sport tents. We reviewed the ultralight Ultamid 2 tent in Mexico, Colorado, and the Sierras. Made from Dyneema fabric, this is one tough, expensive tent.
Insulated flannel jackets are the perfect answer to cold winter nights. They offer the warmth of a coat and the soft comfort of a flannel.
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.
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.
Super strong, feather light: The Vision is Black Diamond’s light, minimal harness for alpinists. We put it to the test alpine climbing in the Cascades for this review.
Crank up the dial to get a campfire raging in just minutes. Or, turn it down to keep a mellow fire nearly smokeless. BioLite brings off-grid power to the FirePit.
Ledlenser’s lightest 600-lumen headlamp is like strapping a car headlight on your head.
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.
The average person spends nearly one-third of their life sleeping. That’s around 25 years asleep. Or more than 9,000 days snoozing. It’s time you got the gear for better sleep.
We’ve found the best adventure fanny packs. From fishing waist packs to hiking day packs to running fanny packs, we have it all.
Arc’teryx listened to its ultrarunners, single day peak baggers, and minimalist adventurers. The Norvan Running Vest is a pack just for them.
Desert vibes outside Canyonlands. Looks like a perfect way to spend the weekend! - Big thanks to @facing_north for the dreamy picture and adventure inspiration.
Nothing like a weekend outdoors with the crew! - What do you have planned? Anyone headed to camp out this weekend? - And if you’re looking for an awesome gift, check out the featherless hoody from @marmot. It’s one of our fave outdoorsy gifts this year: https://gearjunkie.com/outdoor-gear-gift-guide ☝️link in profile
“Over the next 100 hours, Wyatt, my longtime friend and paddling partner, and I would descend the La Venta River. Our route would start just below the Aguacero Waterfall and weave its way to Nezahaulcoyotl Lake, with more than 1,000 feet of drop over the 50-mile descent. This late in the season it is only navigable with packrafts.” - Read about @andrewfitts and @wyattoming’s full adventure here: https://gearjunkie.com/paddling-la-venta-river-mexico ☝️link in profile
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