A recap of top stories for the week of July 2 – 8, 2017.
Airy down insulation and uber-thin face fabric made the Ghost Whisperer among the most popular of all ‘puffy’ jackets in recent years. For 2018 Mountain Hardwear will add that same design and tech to its sleeping bags.
This Australian couple wanted an original adventure through New Zealand’s South Island. So they invented an entirely new vehicle to do it.
Donate $8 a month and this organization will provide bike maintenance, facilitate group rides, and provide bike education to someone formerly enslaved by sex trafficking.
Minivans have never been cool. Here’s a two-wheeled alternative.
Designed for car campers, Exped made a sleeping pad you will dream about while fast asleep on it.
Great outdoor gear at an amazing price: That’s our goal each Monday. Check out the bargains from Osprey, Patagonia, and Therm-A-Rest and save on gear for your next adventure.
The Tour de France yesterday kicked out one of its largest stars for allegedly elbowing a fellow racer. It was a mistake.
Outdoor gear deals that are too good to pass up. Click at your own risk! Check out deals from: MSR, ENO, Therm-a-Rest, Surftech, Jack Wolfskin, and more.
The biannual gear extravaganza known as Outdoor Retailer is moving to Denver, and tomorrow Colorado representatives are expected to make it official.
Compressed air and ‘tubes’ instead of poles pitch the Opus Air Camper quickly.
American workers, U.S. steel, and good old’ greenbacks, Cars.com’s American-Made Index sifts through tons of data to crown ‘The Most American’ vehicle on the road.
What could be more terrifying than scaling a perilous rock face with no safety rigging? How about doing it while surrounded by hundreds of angry bees.
Our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
A five-year study involving 2,400 homes in New York could, if successful, lower Lyme disease risk across the nation.
It’s official, the Outdoor Retailer summer and Winter show are moving to Denver. These are some simple facts to help you plan for the transition.
Jeremy Moon launched the merino brand Icebreaker in 1995 as the antithesis of ‘melted plastic with chemicals added.’
Denver’s Alchemy Bicycle Company bucks the built-overseas trend and hand-crafts high-end carbon and titanium bikes in the U.S.