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What do you love more than being outdoors? This dating site for adventurers might help.May 3rd, 2016 | 40 Shares Read More...
One of the world’s best climbers is about to graduate from college and into a world of opportunities.May 3rd, 2016 | 116 Shares Read More...
Froodles are a handy way to get essential nutrients without turning to freeze-dried or foraging. They travel well, taste great, and give a great boost along the trail.May 3rd, 2016 | 23 Shares Read More...
This ain’t your average U-lock. Altor has a new kind of titanium tube lock that gives security but at a hefty price.May 3rd, 2016 | 113 Shares Read More...
Named one of the best new breweries in the United States, Arizona Wilderness Brewing finds ingredients from the mountains and deserts to use in unique beers with roots in nature.May 3rd, 2016 | 672 Shares Read More...
Brunton’s new LightWave Amp is an 11-inch-tall ‘outdoor entertainment system.’May 2nd, 2016 | 23 Shares Read More...
At just 1.8 ounces, the AG Russell Skorpion is a modern folding knife with all the bells and whistles for just $65.
The Goal Zero Nomad 7 Plus has a modulation system to smooth power transfer to devices while providing valuable feedback for the user.
Wild Boar? New meat bar offers ‘feral swine’ flavor – and we tried it.
Adding stretch panels to a high quality puff down jacket results in a warm, light, versatile insulating layer for active winter use.
Specialized and 686 teamed up to make head-to-toe winter apparel for fat biking. The results are impressive, but our tester is not completely convinced.
Like a onesie for adults, this Ninja Suit base layer from Airblaster is stealthy enough to wear almost anywhere.
Tough-as-nails Cuben Fiber and a streamlined design make the Helios from Katabatic Gear an efficient backpack for hauling gear that weighs just over two pounds.
New from Five Ten, the Kestrel Lace is great for enduro riders, hike-a-bike freaks, commuters needing a do-it-all bike shoe, and anyone who have never clipped in.
Already a well known brand in Europe, backcountry ski pioneer Dynafit is pushing hard for the US market. We tested their skis, boots, bindings, and apparel in the snowy mountains near Crested Butte.
Serac provides a sturdy, budget-friendly hammock that will get you off the ground for less than $40, with tree straps included.
This simple daypack starts at $35. It’s a pared-down ‘sack with straps’ but can work for hiking, biking and everyday use.
‘Burn wood not gas.’ That is the simple tag line of the BioLite CookStove, a camp-cooking product new this month that incorporates a small fan to perpetuate a hot-burning fire.
Is a mini speaker worn while biking an affront on fellow riders? Our editor ditched headphones to try listening to music in the open air.
This spring, retail juggernaut REI says it will lead the industry in quality and performance. We put a couple of the new products to a test.
@PackingItOut hits the #PCT this week for 5 months to keep our trails clean! Want to win $1000 worth of rad outdoor gear and support the cause? Here’s how: 1. Go out and clean up a trail or scenic area. 2. Take a fun and creative picture of all the trash you picked up. 3. Post said picture to Instagram & tag it with #PackingItOut and #GetTrashed 4. Go clean more trails while you wait to see if your awesome photo gets chosen as the winner, announced May 6th on @PackingItOut and @ZEALOptics 5. Link for more details on this contest in the @PackingItOut profile. $1000 prize pack includes gear from @ZEALOptics, @PackingItOut, @ClifBarCompany, @SierraDesigns, @DarnToughVermont, @Justins, @TheGearJunkie, & @granitegear
A simple stone pillar and line cut through the forest marks where the Yukon meets Alaska on the #alcan
Peak-bagging in the Gallatin range this weekend. Spring time in Montana means MUD and there was no shortage of it as we dodged rain, sleet, and snow on our way up the summit. You can't argue with those views though! | photo: @plutinc #peakbagging #hiking #montana #montanamoment
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