A recap of top stories for the week of July 17 – 23, 2016.
One of the original SUVs, the International Scout may have been ahead of its time. The forthcoming International Scout Encyclopedia looks at the history, mechanics, and mystery of that iconic 4×4.
A mainstay of outdoors apparel, waterproof/breathable fabrics fend off moisture but are not perfect. This brief tutorial explains the technology and uses of waterproof-breathable fabrics.
Famed ultra-runner Karl Meltzer is headed to the Appalachian Trail in an attempt to set a new supported record. At 48, will he have what it takes to break Scott Jurek’s record?
One of Europe’s premier trail races ejected a highly-ranked runner after a positive test for a banned substance.
Really, it is SO HOT THE CORN IS SWEATING! This is what it means to you, my fellow sweaty camper.
The monumental effort by more than 800,000 volunteers shatters a previous record of trees planted in a single day.
Buying a tent? There’s a good chance one of these popular two-person models will be on your shortlist. Which tent to choose? We break down the best in this handy guide.
A college student grabbed a vector file and fired up a laser cutter to make a scale model of Mt. Rainier.
Want to capture a little Scott Jurek magic on your next run? Each pair of commemorative Brooks Jurek Cascadia shoes contains a little bit of rubber from shoes worn on his record-setting 2015 run.
In the winter, ski jumps take serious skills to master. In the summer with a water landing, they just take a swimsuit and a little courage.
How long can a newbie survive in the woods? One creative agency decided to send a desk jockey into the Oregon wilderness armed with a few pieces of gear – and no food – to find out.
Get to know your KN from your LBS with our handy outdoor-world acronym guide.
Pick a card, any card – and win a race while you’re at it. Famed ‘mentalist’ Oz Pearlman tells us how to pysch out the competition at your next event.
Drinkware juggernaut Stanley is going all-in with super-tough ‘Masters Series’ bottles and mugs in 2017. We got a sneak peek at Stanley’s next big thing.
Ellsworth Bikes is back in the hands of its founder and we got to play with the new Epiphany and upcoming Rogue 60. Get ready to drool.
Run, walk, and slog 155 miles across the scorching heat of the Gobi Desert in the self-supported ‘Gobi March.’
This modular camping shelter allows for multiple configurations for ‘roughing it’ feel, for any season. It can even be used with a wood stove.
Long-distance backpacker Andrew Skurka tells us about his cat Oden, his favorite gear, his next big adventure, and his stint as a camp counselor in our exclusive interview series, Beyond The Gear.
Found a Pokemon lately? Yeah, us neither.
The Hardrock 100 captures the growth and popularity of ultrarunning while maintaining a low-tech, self-sufficient, old-school charm. The epic mountain race ended Saturday in a tie.
If you love your job you’ll never work a day in your life. Maybe that old quote is an oversimplification, but these 20 Epic Occupations will keep you excited for the daily grind.
You just can’t make this stuff up.
A tiny knife to a new type of belay device, this is our weekly look at emerging products from the world of outdoor gear design.
The Outdoor Industry Association today penned a letter about the possible transfer of federal lands to states to the chairman of the Republican National Convention. Read it now.