A recap of top stories on GearJunkie, week of August 14 – 21, 2015.
Batteries are the power plant of any portable lighting system. This primer will help you choose the right battery for every light.
This is a gear junkie dream job, a six-month contract that involves traveling the world and testing gear.
Race up a Park City ski jump this September for some pretty serious prizes.
The same sunshine that causes a nasty case of sunburn can also be used to purify your water.
Want to improve your cycling skills and fitness? Hop on a fixed-gear bike. The benefits will surprise you.
The Olloclip is an add-on lens that can be clipped on to your smartphone to give your camera a little extra oomph.
Fine woodwork and an aluminum skin come together in a sleek camper you can pull behind a small SUV or truck.
These sunglasses help remove old nets — a significant source of ocean plastic pollution — from the sea.
‘Untamed’ is a must-watch the explains why hunters return to the field year after year whether they fill their tags or not.
The term ‘epic’ gets thrown around a lot, but this half-hour mountaineering documentary, Down To Nothing, is as epic as it gets.
Yes, you can pry with this knife. We got in touch with the designer to find out how.
Carry duct tape, dental floss and needles in one place with this kit you can make in less than five minutes.
The Mazda3 is certainly an ‘on-road’ car. That didn’t keep the GearJunkie crew from getting it stuck and unstuck on a 6,000 mile road trip.
British Columbia spillway provides water-riders some gravity-fueled thrills.
Super light and exceptionally strong, the Hyperlite Mounain Gear duffel is made from remarkable material but comes with a hefty price tag.
The burly construction of the Mystery Ranch ‘Glacier’ is made for heavy work and is tested hard in Montana for this review.
Interactive map shows the other threats to the Animas and San Juan Rivers.
A tiny, powerful light designed for broad use, from road cycling to trail running. Our tester gives it a first review.
A new product aims to eliminate safety pins from the race-day ritual.
Razor plus chisel equals this nearly-custom ‘Razel,’ a top-tier blade that’s hard to find but worth the hunt.
The Elevate Grill is a luxury-end portable cooker, a $250 gas grill that melds ample cooking real estate with a packable design.
In the world of pint glasses, all are not created equal. Here we test a stainless steel option from Avex.
Cliff jumping, kayaking, surfing, snorkeling … this video will leave you craving a tropical adventure.
The tool slips onto a keychain or carabiner and provides a driver head and a bottle opener.
Never leave home without knowing you have at least 50 feet of paracord in your pocket.