A recap of top stories for the week of Oct. 9 – 15, 2016.
For years, ultrarunning was a sport of slow and steady. But a new generation of runners is crushing old records at blazing fast paces. Welcome to the new reality of high speed ultras.
File this under incredible. Danny MacAskill turns the rustic Scottish countryside into a mind-bending, bike-flipping playground. We’ve never seen anything like it.
Call it a shacket, a truck flannel, or just a quilted flannel, it’s perfect for fall and cool summer nights too.
Non-stretch baffles, smaller pack weight, and more loft? The NEMO Tensor sleeping pad we tested had some surprising features.
A hiker with a dream, Paul lived with his wife M’Lynn in Australia. He longed to hike the Appalachian Trail, but died in July, 2015. M’Lynn sent his boots to hikers so they could be worn on the trail. This is their story.
A little-known trail follows a spectacular route through the heart of Patagonia and beyond. As of now, there is no guidebook – yet.
Rent one of these mobile tiny homes near New York or Boston, but don’t fret about planning. You won’t know where your rental is parked until you’re about to depart, adding mystery to the adventure.
The newest bed-mounted bike rack from Swagman, the Patrol has some of the best (and simplest) features to date.
The revised seminal book, ‘Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman,’ is an inside look at the outdoor business and Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard’s peculiar, inventive mind.
BASE jumping’s deadliest year just witnessed another fatality. Now the sport faces prohibition in one of its most popular venues.
From Frito-laced chili homemade kits, this is some of the unexpected gear that lightens renowned explorer Andrew Skurka’s pack and keeps him safe and comfortable while knocking out huge miles.
Sport climbers have long used cordless drills to place bolts in rock. Now, ice climbers can harness the same concept with Fast Ice, a screw-placing power tool.
Meet Wyman Meinzer, a hunter, trapper, marksman, and official photographer of the Lone Star State.
This wing won’t let you fly, but it sure will help you stand out on the ski hill.
Danner plugged new Vibram tech into an old school design with the new Mountain 600 hiking boot. We put them to the test to see if they feel as good as they look.
Blueseventy gave its flagship wetsuit a thermal upgrade for serious swimmers who face many cold-water days. We dove into some chilly lakes to see how it stacks up.
Hear a virtual coach bark encouragement, offer training tips, and give your vital stats, all through a pair of sunglasses.
Egg-shaped drone to Patagonia apparel kit: Our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
The Mountain Man killer stalked two women along the Appalachian Trail in 1988. This is the harrowing story of one’s murder on the A.T. and the one who made it out alive.
Watch as a great white accidentally breaks through a diver’s safety cage – with a diver still inside!
In theory, a two-person sleeping pad is a soft spot to snuggle up with your hiking lover. We used the Klymit Double V to put this theory to the test.
Sixteen more mountains have been added to this year’s M.A.X. Pass, an affordable option for those who want to ski a lot of days and hit the road, too.
An all new ‘Survival Race’ is coming to North America for the first time, and it sounds crazy!
The common headlamp is going rechargeable, and throw-away batteries are becoming a thing of the past. Are you ready to make the switch?
We will give away more than $12,000 worth of prizes from Victorinox Swiss Army on Friday. Are you ready to claim yours?