A recap of top stories for the weeks of Jan. 7 – 21, 2017.
The most exciting new products for the outdoors in 2017? Look no further than our ‘best in show’ award picks from the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market trade show, held in Utah last week.
It looks like a mini kayak. But unscrew the lid of the CreekKooler and you’re greeted by ice, drinks, or food in a 30-quart chamber made to keep things cold.
Place grounds into the pipe, add water, and bring to 185-degrees for a portable, quirky shot of espresso.
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.
‘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.
A giant, custom-made raft was piloted down the Grand Canyon last week. Its crew pushed for more than 39 hours straight set on breaking a record.
Massive hydration comes from YETI Rambler Jugs, debuted today in Utah.
From a micro drones to ‘everlasting’ notebooks, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
Organic Climbing’s American-made crash pads, chalk bags, and backpacks will last a very long time.
Hang this tent above the forest floor and enjoy a ‘fort’ fit for your inner child.
Strap on your tool belt and get to work. Build an expert-designed home by Portland Alternative Dwellings.
What happens when it snows 50 inches in 72 hours outside Salt Lake City? Heaven happens.
‘This is not a red or blue issue. It is an issue that affects our shared freedoms. Public lands should remain in public hands.’
Three women realized they rarely saw stories about females in outdoors media. They decided to act, and ‘Misadventures’ Magazine was born.
Move over dart league, hatchet throwing is a next big thing.
Whether you’re traveling for work, moving to a new city, or just want to change up your local routine, these 15 methods are sure to spice up your ideas for adventure.
A new plan wants to introduce up to 30 wolves to Isle Royale, a national park in Lake Superior. This topic is open for public comment until March 15.
From hammocks to new-school helmets, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
‘Snowboarding in Japan is very much about living in the now.’
SOG’s latest multi-tools come in some wild new forms, from ‘baton’ to belt buckle.
A resurgence in the domestic manufacturing of outdoors gear has prompted an industry award.
Track it, record it, and bait that lunker with the drone that fishes for you.