From performance and high-tech to lifestyle & outdoor ‘fashion’ clothing, for men and women.
Sock Value: Why I Love Costco’s Kirkland Signature Trail Socks
Sock technology continues to go wild. But I continue to reach for the same Kirkland wool sock — every damn time.
Editor’s Pick: My Favorite Winter Gloves Are 50% Off Right Now
Cold hands suck. So do bulky gloves that turn your fingers into useless pegs. Enter Mountain Standard — maker of the warmest, comfiest gloves I’ve ever owned.
In a Nutshell: Why You’ll Like Patagonia’s New Underwear
Patagonia just launched a line of men’s underwear that may just become your new drawers of choice for outdoor activities and the everyday.
Get In Gear: UofO Sports Product Management Degree Now Available to All
The University of Oregon is educating the next generation of sports and outdoor product management professionals. And now people can get the popular master’s degree from anywhere.
Sitka Gear Releases Women’s Waterfowl Apparel: We Tested It
A three-day waterfowl hunt in Kansas, six hunters, and all the new gear from Sitka’s newly released waterfowl line for women: We’re here to tell you all about it.
Macro Puff Review: Patagonia’s Famous Puffy Gets Puffier
Patagonia: ‘This is the lightest, most packable high-insulation piece we’ve ever made.’
Lightweight Shredder: Patagonia Ascensionist Jacket Review
A svelte profile belies comfort and convenience features that put the Patagonia Ascensionist ahead of lighter-weight shells.
Technical Performance Intimates? MATEK Introduces Racy Baselayer Category
Woman-owned MATEK peddles recycled nylon base layers that slide on like silky pajamas under your ski pants.
What’s in Your Puffy: ‘Track My Down’ Is a Feather Trove of Information
Fill power, country of origin, sustainability certifications — even the species a feather came from — ALLIED Feather & Down’s tracker offers a wealth of info.
Outdoor Research Hemispheres Jacket Review: King of Stretch
The Outdoor Research Hemisphere Jacket uses Gore Stretch and C-Knit, advanced (and expensive) fabrics. I took it touring and downhill skiing in wintry Colorado for this review.
Free Gear Fridays: Seirus HeatTouch Hellfire Glove & Mitt Giveaway
Here at GJ, we test a lot of gear. We are fortunate to test cutting-edge new products. Now, we want to give you the chance to win some gear too.
Best Women’s Bibs for Skiing & Snowboarding
Once you feel the freedom of drop-seat bibs, it’s hard to go back to traditional ski pants. These are the best women’s ski and snowboard bibs on the market right now.
Point6 Merino: The Godparents of Wool Release Base Layers
The founders of Smartwool spun off to create a new merino wool base layer brand, Point6. Learn the history of the Point6 brand, with user experience on Point6 base layers.
Why Wash What Doesn’t Smell? Sitka’s Fanatic Is My Favorite Hoody
It’s unusual to fall in love with a midlayer. But that’s exactly what happened when I first put on the Sitka Gear Fanatic Hoody for this review. And the passionate affair continues.
Unfailing Goods at Killer Prices: Our Picks From Filson’s Annual Winter Sale
Filson is throwing down on its annual Winter Sale of envy-inducing gear. We did the grunt work to find the best deals.
The North Face ‘FUTURELIGHT’ Promises Unheard-Of Breathability for 2019 Apparel
Climb a mountain and never take off your shell layer. FUTURELIGHT, a revolutionary fabric from The North Face, claims to make that, and a whole lot more, possible.
How to Stay Warm Outdoors: Head, Core, Feet, and More
Gear and good judgment can keep the inevitable winter cold at bay. Use these tips to keep warm in cold weather.
Shred Dog Jumps to Fill Gap in Kids’ Ski Gear
A brand-new Boulder-based ski apparel brand is trying to hit the sweet spot for what parents are willing to pay to outfit their little rippers.