Joe Jackson (@josiewhaler), Outside online's Gear Guy, never thought that the ten years he spent as a raft guide, outdoor retail employee, and vagabond would turn into a career.
Absolutely. You just need to get creative.
Gareth Tate started teaching Wilderness First Responder courses for the NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute almost a decade ago. We took a look inside his personal first-aid kit to compile a list of...
Few things can ruin a would-be stellar camping trip like realizing you forgot something really important. With this guide to packing, you won't have to learn the hard way.
Perpetually foggy goggles are one of the few things that can ruin a precious powder day. Thankfully, two companies agree and are working to produce the world’s first anti-fog technology.
If you’re skiing in the backcountry, you want reliable high-performance gear. Here’s a list of the 14 halo products to take with you when the lines get steep and the snow gets deep—all recently...
I knew better than to ask my buddy Bryan where he got the brand-new olive-colored, three-layer Gore-Tex jacket that he offered me in lieu of his $80 portion of a three-week Costa Rican car rental....
Now we can all (basically) have the car of our dreams
Your four-legged best friend can be a gear junkie too
These products aren't messing around.
How to build a high-quality quiver on a budget
The TSA might give you trouble about those compressed-gas canisters. Here's how to avoid it.
Stuff these in your pack and head out of the country with peace of mind
Break new ground in your snowsports repertoire without breaking the bank
Your pounding headache is no excuse to not get after it on the mountain.
All you need is a good shovel and some advice from a terrain-park expert.