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He drives a junker ’91 Toyota purchased with a six-pack of beer, but this 22-year-old is simultaneously aiming for the Olympics and an Ivy League degree.February 5th, 2016 | 15 Shares Read More...
High Intensity Interval Training is a booming trend in the fitness world, and how Colorado-founded Manic Training helps Olympic competitors, mountaineers, traumatically injured athletes, and even stay-at-home parent, reach their summits.February 5th, 2016 | 249 Shares Read More...
If you own carabiners or runners manufactured by Black Diamond in the last year or two, this recall likely affects you.February 4th, 2016 | 2,379 Shares Read More...
The Boundary 100 ski from G3 is a versatile touring ski light enough to climb fast. But does it have enough beef to really charge downhill?February 4th, 2016 | 20 Shares Read More...
GearJunkie partnered with QBP to custom-build a perfect winter bike for urban riders.February 4th, 2016 | 57 Shares Read More...
The Fix A Zip zipper forms around the face for a comfortable closure. It comes to market first in the Shaper Jacket from Eider.February 3rd, 2016 | 385 Shares Read More...
The internal electric motor of this SUP can push it at up to 3.5 knots and it assists inflation for setup.February 3rd, 2016 | 51 Shares Read More...
The Minipresso is a human-powered machine that makes delicious espresso anywhere. We put it to the caffeinated test winter camping and hiking far from civilization.February 3rd, 2016 | 238 Shares Read More...
From peak-bagging to cool weather hiking, the Atom SL from Arc’teryx is a step forward in insulted wind shell technology.
A do-all bicycle, the Unbeaten Path (U.P.) looks like a road bike but takes tires for rolling on gravel, dirt, and beyond.
After 124 days straight in the wilderness, these five camping products have proven their utility time and again.
Dubbed an ‘ultimate water adventure pack,’ the Klymit Splash 25 is the lovechild of a waterproof dry bag and a daypack.
After 50 days of sleeping in the Sea To Summit Talus Ts II our reviewer has found her favorite sleeping bag.
This knife is made in Pennsylvania, USA and exemplifies traditional cutlery with a fine fit and finish and useful form.
This system replaces traditional backpack design with 60-liter barrels perfect for use in canoe camping and travel.
Tested for two months in the BWCA, our reviewer finds the durable, versatile windshirt made in Ely, Minnesota, to be a perfect companion for cold weather in the Frozen North.
Sure, biking in the winter is tough. But you can laugh into the teeth of the wind when you dress right. Three products from Chrome help dominate the winter chill.
Need a plus-size portable speaker? After months of testing, we were happy to find that Fugoo didn’t drift from its super durable roots.
Battle-hardened shooters looking to carry a ‘run and gun’ camera setup into the wilds should consider the Reload from Dakine.
Can a new type of Gore-Tex fabric revolutionize shell jackets? We test the HyperAir GTX Jacket from The North Face to find out.
Dexterity comes second to warmth for small children playing in snow. A new thumb-less handwear concept from Veyo offers a simple covering from the cold.
This simple backpack is billed as a waterproof option for fly fishing. We put it, and the waterproof claims, to the test for the review of the Simms Dry Creek Z backpack.
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The G3 Scala combines scales with the plush nylon found in the Alpinist for less resistance when breaking trail. Also packs up like a rock star! #ski #sia #snowshow
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