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Fjällräven. It’s the cool brand with the funky name. This is what you need to know.February 27th, 2017 | 101 Shares Read More...
Margo Hayes became the first woman to climb 5.15a this weekend with a send of ‘La Rambla’ in Catalonia, Spain.February 27th, 2017 | 2,061 Shares Read More...
REI launches its second annual lineup of ladies-only active retreats, pushing the trend to empower more women in the outdoors.February 27th, 2017 | 49 Shares Read More...
A recap of top stories for the week of Feb. 19 – 25, 2017.February 25th, 2017 | 24 Shares Read More...
Organizers canceled the American Birkebeiner today for just the second time in the race’s 44-year history.February 24th, 2017 | 146 Shares Read More...
BD claims the ‘most significant’ advancement in its cam technology since the 1980s. We put the Camalot Ultralight to a test.February 24th, 2017 | 37 Shares Read More...
Is your exercise routine a healthy habit or a symptom of a potentially fatal disorder?February 24th, 2017 | 15 Shares Read More...
Shine bright on dark rides wearing an ultra-high-vis jacket with lights and all-over reflectivity.February 24th, 2017 | 53 Shares Read More...
The Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer and LL Bean Ultralight 850 Down Jacket are pinnacle light-puffy pieces work alone or as a mid-layer. We tested them head to head.
The super-breathable Patagonia Nano-Air Light builds on the success of one of the brand’s flagship jackets.
A hybrid mukluk, these boots have a Vibram sole and modern add-ons like softshell synthetic material and aerogel insulation in the sole.
Arc’teryx’s ‘active insulation’ helps mountain athletes regulate body temps in varying conditions, like our tester’s two-day solo aid climb in Zion National Park.
We took Saucony’s RAZOR ICE+ shoes, with Vibram’s secret slip-resistant Arctic Ice sole, for a stroll… and a sprint.
Alpha Direct is made of post-consumer recycled polyester. In its naked form, it is essentially a synthetic fleece on steroids and it works alone or layered under a shell.
These new spike-equipped Yaktrax Summit ‘devices’ are made for flat ice and steep hillsides.
‘One jacket to get you through the winter, on the ski hill and off.’ – That’s the promise behind the down-insulated Durrance from Stio.
We tested Steger Designs’ Yukon Jack mukluks this month in the dank cold of a Minnesota winter. The boots are modeled after footwear worn long ago by Arctic tribes.
The Acro rock climbing shoes from Butora have become my new favorite shoe for hard boulder problems and short, steep sport climbing routes. Here’s why.
At 4.9 ounces, Sea to Summit’s Ultralight Hammock is so airy you’ll forget it’s there. We tested it for our first-look review.
Shine bright on dark rides wearing an ultra-high-vis jacket with lights and all-over reflectivity.
I found a race-ready, carbon fatbike for under $2,000. The only catch: It was from a brand I’d never seen before.
Petzl Introduces the newest member of the GRIGRI family, the GRIGRI+. We got a chance to try it at one of the world’s foremost climbing gyms.
What's your favorite way to make coffee outdoors? - Here are 10 tried and tested options for you: https://gearjunkie.com/coffee-brew-in-outdoors-camping ☝️link in profile - PC: big thanks to @ashtonmarlene for the Monday morning motivation! Can't wait for some camp coffee next weekend!🏕☕️😃 ・・・ #adventureboldly #gearjunkielife
Who's ready to charge into the weekend?! - Love this from @explorewithollie! May we all have so much fun exploring and hitting the trail 👍🐶😁 - #adventureboldly #gearjunkielife
Have you heard of this guy?! @mikehornexplorer is on a mission to circumnavigate the world. As Gear Junkie Insider Adam explains, "Horn is now nine months into his two-year, 24,000-mile journey by vehicle, sailboat, kayak, skis, and on foot. His idea is crazy by many measures. So it’s been considered by some to be among the greatest expeditions of all time." - Read more here: https://gearjunkie.com/mike-horne-pole2pole-expediton ☝️link in profile - #adventureboldly #gearjunkielife - PC: @chrisbrinleejr // @inkwell.media
We wouldn't mind spending a few nights in an awesome Colorado cabin like these! - As GJ writer Sarah explains, "It’s known as the Leadville Mountain Center (LMC), a logistics base for the outdoor and adventure skills school, Outward Bound. The cabins are also home for instructors and staff, who live 2-3 per unit on a rotating basis throughout the summer." - Read the full article here: https://gearjunkie.com/colorado-outward-bound-cabins - #adventureboldly #gearjunkielife
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