Food / Hydration
Energy bars, gels, protein, and electrolytes… the fuel for your body outdoors.
Hydro Flask’s Commute-Ready Tumbler Is 50% Off
This Hydro Flask Tumbler will keep your coffee piping hot during your whole commute and won’t break the bank.
This Stanley Bottle Is Classic for a Reason, And Now It’s on Sale
Keep coffee warm for many hours in a vacuum bottle that has withstood the test of time.
Hydration Wars: Osprey Revamps Cycling Pack Line for 2019
For 2019, Osprey revamped and expanded its full line of cycling-specific hydration packs. We got an early look at the line and were impressed with the fit and function of the many men’s and women’s Osprey cycling packs.
Maximize the Harvest: How to Render Bear Fat for Cooking
For many hunters, utilizing as many parts of their harvest as possible is an integral part of the overall experience. For a successful bear hunt, this can include rendering the fat for use in the kitchen.
No Stove Needed: Omeals Self-Heating Backpacking Meal Review
Omeals are a unique and fresh take on backcountry cuisine. The self-heating meals are no more expensive than freeze-dried backpacking meals and are easily prepared with no stove and very little liquid.
Dyneema ‘REpack’ Feed Bag Lightens Load for Dehydrated Meals
Painfully simple yet surprisingly high-tech, the REpack aims to change how you eat at the campsite.
Unsafe Bottles? Study Finds ‘BPA-Free’ Plastics May Also Be Harmful
A researcher first uncovered the toxic effects of BPA two decades ago. Now, she claims ‘BPA-free’ plastics may carry the same risks.
‘Moosh’ and Weird Ways UTMB Ultrarunning Pros Fuel the Frenzy
Ultrarunning races like last week’s grueling UTMB often attract ultra personalities. And these extreme athletes nosh on some unexpected endurance fuel.
Lifestyle Outdoor: 5 Water Bottles for 5 Different People
Once for simply holding water, water bottles have since elevated to personality-defining health icons. Thanks to the sheer quantity of water bottles on the market, water bottles can now make fashion statements.
PurTrek Puts a Water Filter Inside a Trekking Pole
PurTrek combines two essential outdoors products — a water filter and a trekking pole — into a single device. Could it be any good?
Gluten-Free Bar Review: Taste-Testing 7 New Brands
Looking for alternatives in gluten-free sports nutrition? We tested seven brands you probably haven’t heard of.
Win a Trip, Do Good: Join LifeStraw on Humanitarian Mission in Mexico
Adventure for a good cause! LifeStraw is looking for two people to attend a one-of-a-kind mission: giving the children of Mexico safe water to drink while exploring the wilds of Chiapas.
Cook With YETI: 5-Video Series on Wild Food
Chef Eduardo Garcia is an expert at cooking outside. Presented by YETI, watch him gather wild ingredients to craft beautiful and delicious-looking meals.
Water Bottle Wars: Modern Canteens Serve Up More Than H2O
To compete for customers and shelf space, water-bottle makers are adding all kinds of bells and whistles to this outdoor gear essential.
New YETI: Daypack, Dog Bowl, Camp Blanket, and More
With the same trademark burliness claims as its coolers, YETI continues its march through the product aisles — now catering to commuters, slumberers, and Fido.
The Gruesome Realities of Overheating (and How to Prevent Them)
I flirted with death due to heatstroke once, and it will never happen again. Heat-related illness can be deadly serious, so here are all the gory details.
Traeger Goes Portable: Meet the Ranger Wood Pellet Grill
Traeger grills are renowned for home use. A new model, the Ranger, gives tailgate chefs a portable pellet grill option.
Free Gear Fridays: Cauldryn Battery-Heated Coffee Mug
Don’t just keep your drink hot: Make it hot. This is your chance to win a Cauldryn battery-heated coffee mug.