A recap of top stories for the week of April 23 – 29, 2017.
‘We’re watching the Trump administration’s actions very closely and preparing to take every step necessary.’ — Rose Marcario, Patagonia CEO.
The former ‘Dirty Jobs’ host and outspoken champion of blue-collar America went off on a recent fashion trend.
Can an origami ‘folding’ kayak manage the rigors of a multi-day, whitewater river trip? We paddled an Oru Bay ST 45 miles down the John Day River to find out.
Is this a new frontier… or a sci-fi fantasy? A group of future-minded scientists want your help in making Martian exploration, and recreation, a reality.
Anglers love fishing just about as much as fishing gear. But if you want to hit the water and do good for the planet, consider a few brands that give back.
The UK’s largest sports retailer will buy the 50-year-old American outdoor retail brand for $101 million.
Great outdoor gear at an amazing price. Check out the bargains from KEEN, Columbia, and Kelty.
Ready, set, whittle! Everything you need to saw, shape, and craft your own spoons all rolls up into the latest offering from NEMO.
Green Guru upcycles outdoor gear waste into new products, keeping used products like inner tubes and fabric scraps out of landfills, while employing manufacturers in Colorado.
A new study by the Outdoor Industry Association shows American spend more on recreation than automotive, pharmaceutical industries.
This could be the final plea to save the critically endangered mountain caribou and the habitat that helps it survive.
From noon to night, the 2017 line of Ryders ‘Fyre’ cycling glasses pack a lot of features into an all-conditions, anytime lens. And the price reflects it.
The Sheffield Hammer 14-In-1 Multi-Tool offers a lot of gadgetry in a cheap, modest package. But is it trail worthy or a cheap gimmick?
Join GearJunkie on local adventures across the nation! This year, GearJunkie and Eddie Bauer’s ‘Live Your Local Adventure’ Tour is stopping by 8 cities to put on rad group adventures and free happy hour events.
A next-generation outdoors/exercise watch, the Spartan Sport Wrist HR is a 24/7 activity tracker with a built-in heart rate monitor and GPS.
Explore vast, remote landscapes in a self-sufficient vehicle, all you need are some skills — and the right tools. Check out this overlanding gear to keep rolling.
ENO’s latest lounger stands on its own. And boy, it feels nice.
Want a backpack made to perfectly fit your body with exactly the features you desire? Chris Zimmer will sew one just for you.
Outdoor gear deals that are too good to pass up. Click at your own risk! Check out deals from: Arc’teryx, REI, Patagonia, MSR, Eddie Bauer, and more.
Today, the Packing It Out duo embarks on a 5,025-mile bike tour. Along the way, they’ll host REI store events and local cleanups. Check out their schedule here and join the cause!
The cooler and tumbler behemoth is in court again, this time suing Home Depot and drinkware-manufacturer Takeya USA for trademark infringement.
Our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
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.
What’s good, bad, and ugly in the outdoors? The Outdoor Foundation’s 2017 outdoor participation report has it all.
Made in the USA, this 14-liter roll-top hydration is pricy but tough as nails. Our reviewer gave the Mission Workshop Hauser Hydration Pack a rigorous test for this review.