Gear

Everest 2010: Big Mountain Prep

In the first of a new web series, award-winning director Michael Brown and the pros at Outside Adventure Film School test out gear before heading to Everest.

Thule TCRU-2 60 Liter Upright

Yes, Thule makes luggage, and it's just as tough as their roof racks. Presenting our 2011 Gear of the Year winner.

The North Face Double Track

These new shoes are toeing the line between trail and road runner. One reason the North Face Double Track won our 2011 Gear of the Year award.

Marmot Plasma

Our Gear of the Year winning bag offers comfort and warmth down to 15 degrees, and it weighs less than 2 pounds.

Deuter ACT Zero 50+15

With an extra 15 liters of expandable space, our Gear of the Year winning pack, the Deuter ACT Zero 50+15, works for day hikes and multiday trips.

Garmont Zenith Mid

It's sticky sole and lightweight helped, but it was the perfect fit that won the Garmont Zenith Mid our Gear of the Year award.

Everest 2010: Scouting Shots

Award-winning director Michael Brown talks about how to get the best shots, by staying ahead of climbers.

Everest 2010: Summit Shots

At the peak, the climbers and videographers will be physically and mentally spent. So how can one ensure good shots? <a href="http://www.adventurefilmschool.com/">Outside Adventure...

Everest 2010: Valuable Mistakes

You are going to mistakes while filming and climbing the world's highest mountain. Michael Brown shares some of his. <a href="http://www.adventurefilmschool.com/">Outside...

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