Covering the best products and newest releases in sporting and outdoor gear.
With outdoor hangs looking like they're making a comeback thanks to Omicron, you should grab a few things to stay warm.
The Synchilla Snap-T Fleece Pullover is one of Patagonia's most iconic products, and it has a little-known quirk.
When the great outdoors calls, answer with these top-of-the-line picks.
Open your pocket knife. On one side of the blade, close to the handle, there are likely numbers and letters. They signify more than you might think.
A fond look back at the most popular outdoor guides you read this year.
In the age of WFH, my underutilized calf stretcher found some new (and much-needed) purpose.
Sustainable, creative materials come together in the brand-new Allbirds Trail Runner SWT. After a week of testing, here’s what we think.
From commuting on concrete to descending on dirt, these wheels, clothes, packs and more leave us stoked.
I used to think that small pocket knives weren’t practical enough.
Geeking out on the sounds of coasting may forever change the way you look at — and listen to — your bicycle.
Featuring folders, fixed blades, multi-tools and, yes, one butterfly machete.
Can we actually take it camping? No.
Pro triathlete or amateur, Sumarpo's technologically advanced wetsuits are for winners of all skill levels and athletic needs.
Gear from brands like Patagonia, Arc'teryx, The North Face and Burton are all in stock — but act fast.
Toothpicks are among the most straightforward of items, but even they have functions hidden in plain sight.
Fed up with the spork, an ineffective jack-of-two-trades, I sought out a campsite cutlery alternative.
Its main application serves backcountry adventurers, but it has another handy use for just about all of us.
Packs designed for hiking, mountain biking and snow sports often include this clever touch.
Fashion arbiters seem to have finally given Crocs a pass, but I still think the best place to wear them is at a campsite.