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Great outdoor gear at an amazing price: That’s our goal each Monday. Check out the bargains from Sage, prAna, Hydro Flask, and 360fly and save on gear for your next adventure.June 26th, 2017 Read More...
‘Try not. Do or do not. There is no try.’ Yoda’s words are brought to life in EVO Rock & Fitness gyms.June 26th, 2017 Read More...
A recap of top stories for the week of June 18 – 24, 2017.June 24th, 2017 Read More...
Finally, this incredibly sketchy marvel of backyard engineering can be yours!June 23rd, 2017 Read More...
Get a peek at the award-winning products from one of the largest gear expos in the world, Outdoor Friedrichshafen in Germany.June 23rd, 2017 Read More...
Add ingredients, push start. This machine does the rest.June 22nd, 2017 Read More...
Lusting for #VanLife? Consider the rougher side of life on the road.June 22nd, 2017 Read More...
The FullDry 9.6 is both heavier and burlier than average, making it an excellent all-around cord. We put the 70-meter version to the test.
I’ve spent a couple hundred days in the Patagonia Rio Gallegos Wader while fishing some of the most demanding water in the Pacific Northwest, and I still can’t find a leak.
Zippered vents are the name of the game in the Kelty Sine, a 35 degree down sleeping bag, great for those with sweaty toes.
A fresh look, updated specs, and an entirely different marketing approach went into REI’s Co-Op Cycles launch. The brand hopes the new identity will finally give it clout among cyclists.
Car campers take note: You can expect to sleep great on the LaidBack Pad. But don’t expect to free up trunk space, or money for that matter.
Fill it with water. Now, light a fire inside. Ghillie Camping kettles have a hollow core to hold a water-boiling inferno.
With its compact size and ample skillset, the Victorinox Rambler is perfect for lovers of the original Swiss Army Classic who want a little extra functionality.
Want the best climbing shoes you can buy? Months of testing 2017’s new rock climbing shoes from La Sportiva, Evolv, Butora, Fiveten, and Tenaya went into this review.
Italy’s Giant Mouse crafts superior blades from top-end steel. We put the GM2 to the test.
Compared to my typical pants choice (Dickies, Carhartts, Mountain Khakis) the Granite Camp Pants save weight and are a more versatile outdoors option.
Hikes, bikes, and ice climbs, Osprey’s Talon 22 is a jack-of-all-trades pack. We tested it through three years of dusty, thorny, sometimes muddy archaeological expeditions.
The Agility Peak Flex trail running shoes excel in rocky, slick, or muddy trails. We tested them more than 100 miles for this initial review.
We put two travel-friendly multi-tools to the test. Here, the Leatherman Style PS takes on the Gerber Dime Travel.
Designed with yoga in mind, the Hala Asana performs surprisingly well from flatwater to whitewater.
Have you ever hiked the Fairyland Loop Trail? - Located near Bryce Canyon, Utah it's an 8 mile loop featuring some seriously beautiful views. - If you go, be sure to carry plenty of water and slather on the sunscreen. If you've been, share your tips in the comments below! - And thank you @sunkissedskin._ for inspiring us to get out and explore Utah! ・・・ #adventureboldly #gearjunkielife
Hard to beat wrapping up a day of work with a little stand up paddling. - We had a great time checking out the new lineup from @jimmystyks in beautiful Park City. #presscamp - What's your favorite way to unwind after hours?
Wanna camp in the trees, but need to stay cool? Then the Tentsile T-Mini mesh might be just what you've been looking for. - GJ editor Adam tested it out and had this to say "Unlike its other products, however, Tentsile’s T-Mini is mesh. Not only will debris and sand fall through, but it’s more breathable than the larger Trillium hammock." - For full review and details go here: https://gearjunkie.com/tentsile-mesh-t-mini-hanging-hammock ☝️link in profile - And big thanks to @linkedringphotography and @tentsile for the awesome capture!
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