A recap of top stories for the week of Dec. 25 – 31.
If passed, the PHIT Act would transform your gear from a pricey purchase to a write off.
Of the hundreds of products GearJunkie put through the paces in 2016, these products stood out as some of the best.
Being stranded in the jungle would be a bummer, but if you were driving around in this, it would definitely be less of a bummer, and you probably wouldn’t get stranded at all.
Contrary to what many people choose to remember, there was a lot to celebrate in 2016.
In northern Minnesota, a small town experiences a renaissance thanks to an infusion of tourism dollars from dirt-pedaling fanatics on two wheels.
A new commercial drone that can lift nearly 500 pounds opens a new horizon for unmanned flying machines.
President Barack Obama today declared a 1.35 million acre swath of iconic Utah desert wilderness as the new Bears Ears National Monument.
Before kevlar and royalex, there was a surge in the manufacture and performance of American-made canoes. All thanks to a ‘new’ watercraft material.
With 141 countries complete and 52 to go, this cyclist continues his quest to ride through every country in the world nearly a decade after he began.
Zack Giffin went big on skis, then went tiny on housing. Now, he hosts a national TV show.
More than 1,000 articles graced our homepage in 2016. These were the most viewed and shared from the past year.
Enter a world of star-filled skies, foggy morning light, and roaming wild animals.
These new spike-equipped Yaktrax Summit ‘devices’ are made for flat ice and steep hillsides.
A trip-organizing tarp to a bike-trailer cooler, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
The Acro rock climbing shoes from Butora have become my new favorite shoe for hard boulder problems and short, steep sport climbing routes. Here’s why.
From snorkeling with whale sharks to wingsuit flying, GoPro shows why the POV camera is still a cinematographic game-changer.