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Cutting-edge gear comes and goes. A group of centurion equipment-makers have shown staying power for 100 years or more in the outdoors world.January 9th, 2017 | 126 Shares Read More...
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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.January 6th, 2017 | 166 Shares Read More...
In 2017, we expect to see the continuation of several years-long trends in the outdoors, plus the introduction of a few unexpected launches that could revolutionize industries.January 6th, 2017 | 47 Shares Read More...
When a man is dangling by his neck from a chairlift, it’s a professional slackliner to the rescue!January 5th, 2017 | 549 Shares Read More...
New rules make it easier to transfer public lands to states, possibly paving the way to selling off Roosevelt-era public lands.January 5th, 2017 | 325 Shares Read More...
From ‘modular’ electric cars to luggage you can literally ride to the gate, these 10 products take tech to the next level.January 5th, 2017 | 126 Shares Read More...
The new Sierra Designs Divine Light is a welterweight backpacking shelter that gives big livable space.
Chewy bars with a creamy nut-butter center give Clif a ‘category-first’ kind of delicious energy.
Classic details, a stout frame, and an appetite for pavement or dirt, All City’s Pony Express is a unique urban ride.
Groundbird Gear crafts lightweight backpacking gear for dogs. We put one through 1,000 miles of testing.
Made from fabric that is ‘stronger than steel,’ the Hyperlite Dyneema 2400 Porter is light, streamlined, and just about perfect – except for the price.
In a market with a million T-shirts, a New Orleans brand offers something different.
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.
Great news dirtbags, Hammock Life no longer requires trees.
A current helmet from Bolle converts for use on the road or single-track, hot weather or cold. We put The One to the test.
Packing light or preparing for emergencies, these bivvy sacks make a convenient go-anywhere sleeper.
‘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.
The super-breathable Patagonia Nano-Air Light builds on the success of one of the brand’s flagship jackets.
These new spike-equipped Yaktrax Summit ‘devices’ are made for flat ice and steep hillsides.
We took Saucony’s RAZOR ICE+ shoes, with Vibram’s secret slip-resistant Arctic Ice sole, for a stroll… and a sprint.
Thanks @Powdermountain for delivering on the name! There was plenty of the snowy good stuff! #gearjunkielife #adventureboldly
From a 3500 lumen flashlight to pocket-size headlamps and everything in between the #ORShow is full of everything you could need to light up the night. Check out our insta story for Day 2 updates and stay tuned tomorrow for a live insta broadcast. | PC: @marekogien 👍👍 ・・・ #adventureboldly #gearjunkielife
Love gear? Checkout our Instagram Story for behind the scenes tour of the #ORshow & stay tuned for a first look at new gear coming your way. - Thank you @robinventures for the amazing picture and gear haul inspiration!! - #adventureboldly #gearjunkielife - - - - - - - #Repost @robinventures ・・・ All geared up! It's hard to pack for a road trip/boat airbnb/camping trip but I think we've got the essentials. Follow along on snapchat @robinventures! We're excited to be testing these power treats from @zukespets, a set of soft booties from dogbooties.com (@dogboot), and a @kurgo seat protector (so the car rental agency doesn't charge us for hair removal 🙈)! Also new on this trip is homemade dehydrated backpacking food- we have lamb jerky, strawberry rum fruit leather, white chicken chili and maple ginger sweet potatoes 😍😍
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