Patagonia updates ten classic designs for the company’s 40th anniversary
Folding kayaks have traditionally been unwieldy and heavy, mainly because of the rib systems that are used to create the integrity of the boat. Not Oru's.
The Key log, a nearly 12-foot-long, 60-pound synthetic log designed for rolling, is without a doubt one of the coolest products we've seen.
Zipperless outdoor gear like the PK 50 is (almost) a trend this year at the show this year
It’s hard to reimagine the sleeping bag, which is why we’re so impressed with the new Backcountry Bed.
So-called maximum cushioning running shoes, as the Conquest’s are often referred, are definitely having a moment.
Round out your backpacking kit with some of our favorite new tools and accessories
Brighten up your next adventure
The Big Crown Dial is made of sapphire crystal but doesn’t shine in full sun, thanks to an anti-glare inner coating.
You can charge the Black Falcon by placing it on the included electromagnetic-induction unit for a few hours.
With luminous hands, a chronograph, and a date window, the Marine Star quietly keeps track of all the comings and goings.
Luminox’s Field Watch ups the baditude factor.
An ode to Topo Designs' Klettersack.
In Minneapolis, Chicago, Los Angeles, and three other cities across America.
James Balog has spent his career pushing the artistic and adventure boundaries of nature photography. For the past five years, he's been capturing the impact of climate change on glaciers,...