Meaghen Brown

Meaghen Brown

Author's Bio

Meaghen Brown is an associate editor at Outside.

Ramblin' Man: How to Dress for Life on the Road

In college, singer--songwriter -David Berkeley filed field dispatches for Let’s Go: Alaska and spent summers guiding on the Snake and Salmon Rivers, which is where he began coming up with songs.

High Fashion Meets Running

Maybe it’s the proliferation of workout-inspired casual wear, or maybe it’s the fact that more and more beautiful people are Instagramming their workouts (and simultaneously their outfits), but...

No, Maximalist Running Shoes Aren't New Anymore

On Monday, the New York Times reported that HOKA One One, the uber-cushioned running shoe brand founded in 2010, is on track to break out of the wonky ultra market and launch a fat shoe revolution.

Can I Train to Recover Faster?

As you exercise, your aerobic fitness improves, allowing your body to meet the demands of increasingly difficult workouts. These same aerobic adaptations also teach your muscles to repair themselves...

This Man Will Make Nordic Skiing Cool

Simi Hamilton is bring nordic skiing back. He won a solo World Cup race in Switzerland last year–the first for an American in 30 years. And this winter, at the World Championships in Falun, Sweden,...

Black Diamond Embraces Its Feminine Side

Since Black Diamond first released its apparel line in January 2013, we’ve enviously admired our boyfriends', coworkers', and brothers’ jackets. Which is why we were so excited when the company...

The Best Women's Jackets of 2015

This winter's jacket selection has something great for rambling around town, up the mountain, and everywhere in between.

Patagonia Wants to Save the Planet

For more than four decades, Patagonia has worked hard to set the bar high when it comes to sustainable outdoor clothing. With the launch of Truth to Materials—a seven-piece collection made from...

8 Training Secrets from Meb Keflezighi

Last April at the Boston Marathon, when at the seven-mile mark Meb Keflezighi pulled away from one of the strongest fields in the race’s 118-year history, the other elite runners let him go.

The Film Adding More XX to Adventure Sports

Tired of seeing great footage of female skiers left on the cutting room floor, Lynsey Dyer dove into a ski film showcasing girls who rip—and hopefully inspiring more girls to do the same.

Badwater Ultra Booted from Death Valley

A recent decision by Death Valley National Park officials to ban special events such as organized races, means that from this point on, the notoriously difficult Badwater Ultramarathon course will be...

Ultrarunning's Humble Champion

With a series of impressive 100-mile wins under his belt and perhaps the most fitting name ever bestowed upon a shoe-salesman-slash-ultrarunner, Mike Foote seems to be doing everything right.