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Erin Gaines, KEEN’s Advocacy Manager, is the newest leader in a growing trend of advocacy inside the outdoor industry.June 22nd, 2018 | 41 Shares Read More...
Aaptiv claims the title of No. 1 fitness audio app. And Amazon and Disney just pumped $22 million into this sound machine.June 22nd, 2018 Read More...
From next-gen tech to ingenious innovation, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.June 21st, 2018 | 44 Shares Read More...
Connect Bivy Stick to your phone and send and receive texts via satellite from anywhere on Earth.June 21st, 2018 | 220 Shares Read More...
Earlier this week, British brand inov-8 unveiled its new graphene-enhanced G-Series sports shoes to a small group of journalists. We went to England for this review.June 21st, 2018 | 54 Shares Read More...
Despite your best efforts, the most efficient mountain bike tire pressure for you will be a compromise. We spoke with one of the world’s foremost tire experts to learn how to get the most from your treads.June 21st, 2018 | 19 Shares Read More...
They claim mining operations would inflict ‘irreparable harm’ on the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW).June 21st, 2018 | 32 Shares Read More...
Clip bolts with ease in the rigid Trango Beta Stick Evo Compact. Read our review of the stick clip and find out how it compares to other remote clipping options.June 21st, 2018 | 10 Shares Read More...
Nikon strengthens its line of sport optics for outdoor enthusiasts with the introduction of the Spur Reflex Sight. We took it turkey hunting for this review.
No edges, non-traditional bindings, no ski boots: The Black Diamond GlideLite is a different way to get around in snowy conditions. We tested them during a late Colorado storm to review how the short and wide skis work.
Fall fast, and the Wild Country Revo kicks in, catching you. Read on for our take on the nuanced assisted-locking belay device, which differs considerably from the GriGri and tube-style belay devices used in climbing.
From solo canister stoves to four-season multi-fuel options, we tested and found the best backpacking stoves.
The Salomon X Ultra 3 Mid GTX is a very comfortable, fairly light, waterproof boot that fit my foot well right out of the box. Three big days on and off trail left me looking forward to more miles in these boots.
Altra breaks into the fitness world with the HITT XT – a tough, stable, and comfortable cross-training shoe. We wore the Altra HIIT XT through two months of workouts (and counting) during our review.
Patagonia’s Grade VII Down Parka is a belay jacket designed for the most hardcore alpine conditions. I took the parka on an ice climbing trip last February for this review.
Last fall, Traeger Grills offered me a test model. I hunt, fish, and cook. So I gave an enthusiastic ‘yes,’ and have been grilling regularly ever since. This is what I’ve learned.
For several days, dozens of miles, and hundreds of rocky, Incan steps, we abused Columbia’s waterproof light hiker — the Conspiracy III Titanium OutDry.
Organize gear exactly how you want: The Mammut Neon Smart’s clever design literally opens up more options than traditional backpacks. We tested the sport climbing pack over four months to find out how it performs.
Despite an impressively light weight, Elite Climb’s carbon and kevlar Salamandra ice axes proved durable and strong in our rigorous testing.
Marmot does away with the shortcomings of potentially toxic DWR treatments with the introduction of the Eclipse Rain Jacket. Instead, it introduces EvoDry technology to make water bead on the surface.
Two dumbbells, 30 weight settings. NordicTrack takes a swing at the adjustable weight market with a design aimed at improving reliability and ease of use, while staying affordable.
From epic days on the mountain to hopping an international flight, the right day pack will keep you organized, geared up, and happy.
@sindreespejord taking a leap of faith high above the fjords of the Lofoten archipelago, Norway. - Talk about getting the adrenaline pumping on your trail run!
Heading into the week like 💃🏻. - Big thanks to @russ_dav for the killer paddling and @che_che_elsey for the pic.
Summer is here and that means backpacking season is in full swing! - We want to know, what’s your must-have piece of gear for hitting the trail? - Big thanks to @jeffcarlsonphoto for the great pic and adventure inspiration.
2 friends, 5 days, and 100-degree heat. What could possibly go wrong? - Our buddies @paddyroc and @laurentaylorsteele teamed up @columbia1938 for a brutal desert hike and some epic gear testing. - And the results are surprisingly hilarious. - Check it out and never forget the importance of bringing a funny friend and your sense of humor when hitting the trail.
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