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Voters chose the 5-ounce solar panel as the best product of Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2016.August 22nd, 2016 Read More...
What is the greatest climb of them all? The new book, “On the Nose: A Lifelong Obsession with Yosemite’s Most Iconic Climb” explores the history of the route and Hans Florine, the climber who knows it best.August 22nd, 2016 Read More...
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.August 22nd, 2016 Read More...
A recap of top stories for the past week, August 14 – 20, 2016.August 20th, 2016 Read More...
Get your boots and backpack ready for free entrance to all national parks next week.August 19th, 2016 Read More...
Want to know how to bike-pack? Check out these awesome illustrations.August 19th, 2016 Read More...
What does it take to create an entirely new route through the wilds? The North Face athletes Mike Foote and Mike Wolfe stopped by GearJunkie to tell us about the ‘Crown Traverse.’August 19th, 2016 Read More...
The highest point east of the Rockies, a 7,242-foot summit in the Black Hills, will now be called Black Elk Peak.August 18th, 2016 Read More...
It’s not the lightest sleeping pad on the market, nor the warmest, but the Klymit Insulated Static V Lite sleeping pad hits a lot of important marks.
Choose the best cooler for the job with our buyer’s guide, a break-down of cooler size, type, and quality for the outdoors.
We got a first review last month of the ‘palace’-like Tranquility tents, which come in four- and six-person builds.
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.
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.
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.
With no-frills design, the line of backpacks, duffels, and bike panniers from North St. Bags appear to be from another era.
It’s hard to choose a best flip-flop for the outdoors, but of the ones I’ve worn, these are 5 top picks.
A take-anywhere cushion of air? We test the WindPouch, a new product made for getting supine in the outdoors.
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.
A monocular with thermal recognition enables adventurers to see a whole new side of the wild.
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.
The Biolite CampStove burns wood and other organic material for cooking and device charging in the outdoors. We put it to a tough three month test in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area for this review.
Made of neoprene, the $40 Dolfin Pack was designed for biking, running, SUP and other water sports.
The sun goes down over Hapgood Pond in Green Mountain National Forest. #happy #camping #gjmobileoffice 📷: @nuventuretravels
We'll be at #PCTDays this weekend in Cascade Locks, OR. Come on out to celebrate the #PCT, camp with friends, and win free gear! #columbiagorge #backpacking #camping
Enjoying the views of the Appalachian Trail. 📷: @nuventuretravels #AT #hiking #mcaffesknob #gjmobileoffice
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