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Emerald Expositions, the company that owns the Outdoor Retailer (OR) conventions, reached purchased the Snow Industries Association (SIA) Snow Show for $16.7 million.May 19th, 2017 | 309 Shares Read More...
Want the best climbing shoes you can buy? Months of testing 2017’s new rock climbing shoes from La Sportiva, Evolv, Butora, Fiveten, and Tenaya went into this review.May 18th, 2017 | 168 Shares Read More...
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Our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.May 18th, 2017 | 47 Shares Read More...
Shockproof, waterproof, crushproof, freezeproof: the list goes on for Olympus’s TG-5 camera. And the price isn’t bad either.May 18th, 2017 | 96 Shares Read More...
The evolution of the raincoat continues. This week, The North Face launched its first-ever ‘softshell rain jacket.’
Hikes, bikes, and ice climbs, Osprey’s Talon 22 is a jack-of-all-trades pack. We tested it through three years of dusty, thorny, sometimes muddy archaeological expeditions.
Unfold it, then pedal quickly to 25mph. This hinge-equipped city bike is among the speediest ever built.
Shine bright on dark rides wearing an ultra-high-vis jacket with lights and all-over reflectivity.
Hikers take note: Tights offer a better option than pants for tackling miles on the trail.
Air permeable fabrics and thoughtful design distinguish Strafe’s 2017-18 Pyramid Jacket and Capitol Pant as serious backcountry ski garments.
A next-generation outdoors/exercise watch, the Spartan Sport Wrist HR is a 24/7 activity tracker with a built-in heart rate monitor and GPS.
Coming this spring, Leatherman introduces a ‘naked’ Skeletool knife that weighs barely more than 1 ounce.
The Cannondale Bad Habit 1: Just as addictive as it sounds.
I’ve spent a couple hundred days in the Patagonia Rio Gallegos Wader while fishing some of the most demanding water in the Pacific Northwest, and I still can’t find a leak.
The FullDry 9.6 is both heavier and burlier than average, making it an excellent all-around cord. We put the 70-meter version to the test.
We reviewed the Hopper Two — YETI’s second iteration of their famed soft-sided cooler. It comes with upgrades to thermal performance and accessibility, all the while maintaining the same durable qualities YETI is known for.
At $400 a pair, this pro-level MTB shoe from Specialized costs about $21 an ounce.
Polygiene treated Patagonia put to the test under the nastiest of conditions.
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Nothing better than the feeling of hitting the road for a weekend adventure! - Big thanks to @adamkingman for the awesome capture! May we all have this much fun in our sleeping bags 😁
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