From performance and high-tech to lifestyle & outdoor ‘fashion’ clothing, for men and women.
Get In Gear: Inside University of Oregon’s Sports Product Management Degree
The University of Oregon is educating the next generation of sports and outdoor product management professionals. We learned about this degree program directly from the source: students.
Lifestyle Outdoor: 5 Brands Doing Blue Jeans Differently
This list of new blue jeans highlights unique jeans brands. Some have a sustainable story, others are made for outdoor adventure. They all have something about them that sticks out.
Buy It for Life: Iconic Gear That Hasn’t Changed
Sometimes a piece of gear comes along that’s so good, messing with it will only make it worse.
Athleta Spent 2 Years Perfecting My New Favorite Underwear
Athleta said its new performance underwear line took two years to develop. I reviewed all three styles to see if the extra research and development was worth it.
American Giant Launches Blue Jeans Made in the USA
Denim jeans are arguably the most American garment. And now, once again, a brand is manufacturing them in the USA.
Lifestyle Outdoor: 6 Eco-Friendly Hemp Shirts
This week, Lifestyle Outdoor looks at a natural, eco-friendly material: hemp. With its softness, durability, and ability to grow like crazy, hemp is on the rise. It makes for a great choice in clothing and apparel manufacturing.
First Look: Sitka Early Season Whitetail System
Our contributor, a Kansas whitetail enthusiast, takes a first look at the Sitka Early Season Whitetail system.
Vollebak Launches World’s First Graphene Jacket
It’s waterproof, transfers warmth to cold spots, and naturally charges up heat stores — not to mention it’s the strongest material on Earth. So Vollebak made it into a jacket.
My Favorite Women’s Activewear That’s Great for Hunting
Finding more neutral-colored athletic apparel that works for hunting trips isn’t impossible. Check out our picks for nonhunting women’s activewear that’s also great during the rut.
Kelly Slater and Outerknown Ride the Wave of Eco-Fashion
The environment, specifically the ocean, has given a lot to pro surfer Kelly Slater. So he co-created Outerknown to give back to nature.
‘Parks Project’ Gear Boosts National Parks With Huge REI Rollout
Get Parks Project’s summer 2018 collection at one of REI’s brick-and-mortar locations and help support national parks in the process.
Reebok’s Sports Bra ‘Senses’ Motion, Reacts With More Support
Reebok, a brand known for shoes, spent two years refining the new PureMove Bra. It’s available to the public in three days for $60. But will it live up to its billing as the solution to our sports bra woes?
Customizable Bra Aims to Make Athletes Feel Like Wonder Woman
Shefit is trying to overhaul how women fit and function in a sports bra for the next generation. The brand has patented a technology that it claims is the “world’s only custom adjustable” sports bra.
Patagonia Running Vest Blurs Line Between Shirt & Pack: Review
The Slope Runner Vest 4L feels like another piece of clothing. But it fits jackets, water bottles, filters, and food no problem. We went on a run with Patagonia to learn more about its revamped trail running line.
From Hats to Shirts: Headsweats Launches Performance Tees
Headsweats has long dominated in the made-for-sports hat category. After a recent acquisition, the brand moves aggressively into tech shirts.
(Re)Green Is the New Black: GoLite’s 100% Recycled Jacket
Plastic bottles made into chic windbreakers? Be green and look stylish in the upcoming GoLite ReGreen Jacket.
Hydration Pants: Ultimate Direction Reveals ‘HydroLight’ Series
The Ultimate Direction HydroLight series integrates water bottle holders and pockets into shirts and shorts for runners who want to say goodbye to running vests and hydration packs.
Canada Goose Expands Waterproof 3-Season Line
A new breathable membrane and stealthy design make the latest from Canada Goose stand out. GearJunkie got a first look at the company’s 2018 line.