Outside reviews the the best gear of Outdoor Retailer, including the Pieps Global Finder.
Outside reviews the the best gear of Outdoor Retailer, including the Columbia Omni-Freeze ZERO Freeze Degree Short Sleeve Crew.
How did they survive? From sharks and cougars to avalanches and frozen waters, four stories in their own words, plus expert commentary.
Robert Young Pelton has traveled to war zones, been kidnapped by rebels, and tracked pirates in Somalia. Why does he keep going back?
Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2012 Buyer’s Guide, including the Thule Apex Swing bike rack.
New technologies and improved designs make it easier than ever to get all of your gear to the trailhead. This year, we reviewed Yakima’s all-new blade-slim crossbars, which reduce drag over...
Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2012 Buyer’s Guide, including the Sylvan Sport Go trailer-camper .
Of the dozens of poles, stoves, multitools, and other essentials we tested this year, we kept reaching for these six, from the Brunton Get-Back GPS, which stores up to three waypoints and steers you...
Like its predecessors, it’s easy to fix in the field. Add it all up and you’ve got the most versatile, reliable stove we’ve ever tested.
Best for bigger dudes or anyone who is hard on their poles.
It’s especially handy in cold temperatures, as the grippy handle and amply sized tools are easy to manipulate with gloves on.
To screen out sediment from muddy streams, add the $15 filter.
Need gadgets on the trail? This is the best insurance policy we’ve found.
Your sleeping bag is only as good as the pad underneath it. We recommend either of these two: the Big Agnes Insulated Q-Core, which employs both horizontal and vertical baffles, resulting in a...
We’ve been fans of Therm-a-Rest’s NeoAir pads for years.