About GearJunkie

Since 2006, GearJunkie.com has been a top source for news and product reviews in the outdoors and active-lifestyle world. With offices in Denver and Minneapolis, the publication’s journalists, writers, and video producers break stories and lead the conversation online and beyond. Millions of readers tune in to follow GearJunkie.com and our social properties. GearJunkie partners with sister company Monopoint Media on custom content, advertising, video, and design projects. We also produce events and publish a weekly syndicated column distributed in print newspapers around the U.S.

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GearJunkie’s Sean McCoy, Jake Ferguson, Stephen Regenold, and Kyle Nossaman at the base of Devils Tower (April 2018)

The GearJunkie Team

Founder/Publisher Stephen Regenold
Editor-In-Chief Sean McCoy
News Editor Adam Ruggiero
Associate Editor Nate Mitka
Social Media Manager Mallory Paige
VP Marketing & Operations Ryan Johnson
Projects & Marketing Jake Ferguson, Kurt Barclay
CFO Mike Santi
Director Of Sales Zach Burton
Director of Design & Development Bjorn Christianson
Contributing Editors Chelsey Magness, Jason Magness, Tom Puzak, Steve Graepel, Seth Orme, Morgan Mason, Bryon Dorr
Copy Editor Alexandra Kirk
Contributors/Reporters Seiji Ishii, Hurl Everstone, Anthony Sculimbrene, Sam Salwei, Tom Grundy, Raquel Hernández-Cruz, Paul Twedt, Eric Hanson, Kyle Nossaman
Regenold on Iceland’s highest summit, Hvannadalshnúkur, in 2010

History of GearJunkie

GearJunkie was founded in 2002 as a nationally-syndicated newspaper column created by Stephen Regenold, a Minneapolis-based journalist and lifelong outdoors “junkie.” As a climber and competitive endurance athlete, Regenold traveled the world to test gear and cover the outdoors industry. The newspaper column morphed into a digital publication in 2006, and today GearJunkie.com employs writers, journalists, projects, sales, and support staff from offices based in Denver and Minneapolis.

GearJunkie Denver office (left) and Minneapolis HQ, inside and from above
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