Your athletic shoes likely have an extra lace eyelet, and you might not know how to use it correctly… until now.
The number of rings on the headphone jack matters a lot.
The answer: history.
Geeking out on the sounds of coasting may forever change the way you look at — and listen to — your bicycle.
Toothpicks are among the most straightforward of items, but even they have functions hidden in plain sight.
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.
Traditional watches paved the way for today's wearable tech in more ways than you think.
It could save your behind in the backcountry — or at least help you keep your pants up.
What's the real deal with the extra nylon fold on the back of these things, and does it really keep your watch more secure?
Keeping your watch's serial number private is probably a good idea. Here's why.
The 12-hour bezel provides a stupidly simple way to track a second time zone without shelling out for a dedicated travel watch.