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A peek at emerging products, culled from crowd-source sites like Kickstarter, PR campaigns, and industry scoops on the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.September 29th, 2016 | 163 Shares Read More...
Ride the ‘Radweg,’ Germany’s 5,000 miles of rustic bikeways. Our editor toured the Bavarian countryside by bicycle and has a few tips to plan your own German bike tour.September 29th, 2016 | 113 Shares Read More...
One of the outdoor industry’s trendiest and most copied innovations just received a design patent, and the brand that owns it is taking action against competitors.September 29th, 2016 | 105 Shares Read More...
Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard revises his company ethos and takes a hard look at humans’ impact on the planet in an updated edition of his seminal work, Let My People Go Surfing.September 28th, 2016 | 80 Shares Read More...
The future of bike gear takes center stage at the Interbike trade show in Las Vegas. We hit the halls to find the most exciting products for 2017.September 28th, 2016 | 265 Shares Read More...
The REI Quarter Dome is among the most popular tents sold in the U.S., and for 2017 it’s completely redesigned. We got a first look at the all new Quarter Dome 1-, 2-, and 3-person tents.September 28th, 2016 | 461 Shares Read More...
If your campsite is regularly filled with the aroma of gourmet cooking, the Primus Tupike can match your knife skills and live up to your recipes.September 28th, 2016 | 109 Shares Read More...
A classic French brand pivots this month with a survival knife design. We took it into the woods for a first test.
Sweat is the body’s “radiator,” and this evaporative cooling process makes hiking, running, and biking possible even on the hottest of days. What if your clothing could enhance that natural process?
Our editor modified a family minivan for ultimate gear-hauling capacity, including six bikes, four kids, two parents, a dog, and camping gear on top.
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.
This modular camping shelter allows for multiple configurations for ‘roughing it’ feel, for any season. It can even be used with a wood stove.
We got a first review last month of the ‘palace’-like Tranquility tents, which come in four- and six-person builds.
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.
Need to open a bottle, or maybe smash a window? The YETI Brick will easily do both.
This simple hammock by Yukon Outfitters, the SomniSmart, is made in the USA from recycled plastic bottles.
The Italian Dolomites are a dream destination for mountain biking, and the proving grounds for the GHOST Carbon SL AMR 6 LC.
A new lacing system distinguishes the Arc’teryx Norvan VT trail running shoes. We put it to the test in high mountains for this review.
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.
A curved bill, a mesh back, and a tall fabric front — the trucker hat is an unlikely trend in the outdoors.
A monocular with thermal recognition enables adventurers to see a whole new side of the wild.
What a glorious time of year to be in the forests and mountains. #Colorado is gleaming with #fall color.
Not bad watching the latest @reelrock on REAL ROCK during @mnclimbersassociation Sandstone Climbing Festival. 📷: @backgroundeveryday #climbing #bonfire #lit
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.
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