The best shells for any weather
Trips, gear, and fitness tips to keep you out and active in mud season
The best shells for any weather
The top places to play outside within a couple hours of the city.
Pushing the pedals is a great start, but if you really want to back cycling during National Bike Month, you have to make your voice heard, too.
With shorts-and-tank-top weather on its way, it's easy to get antsy to hit the trail. Stock up with these six essentials for spring hiking.
A free guide to Red Rocks in Nevada.
Environmentalists gain an unlikely ally.
Taking a close look at Avishek Sengupta’s death, and why water obstacles—not electric shocks—may prove to be the most dangerous
From a ridge run through the Montana sky to a marathon in the heart of Africa, these ten races have one thing in common: They'll push your limits in some of the most spectacular terrain on earth.
Trips and activities to keep you outside during the mucky months
Use our interactive map to identify the spring trip that's right for you.
You’re likely to find any sort of wild path you’re willing to tread in New Zealand. Here we guide you to the best terrain for two intrepid feet.
Riders in the Mongol Derby follow the paths of Genghis Khan's couriers for 1,000 kilometers across central Asia. Naturally, author Will Grant had to try it.
Our top picks for women's urban rain jackets feature street-savvy style and the technical prowess of our favorite storm shells.
Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the Rab Maverick.
Our closet of new cycling-inspired apparel and gear for Bike to Work Week
The Qrave isn't flashy but has plenty of steak-searing power.
Comes in eight flavors, made with a proprietary grinding process that guarantees optimum flavor and consistency.
A summer sneaker for sailors.
If you’re still among those who look at fat bikes and wonder why, I’d venture to guess that you haven’t tried the Fatback.
The Pivot bike shoe climbs well, hike-a-bikes well, and gives you full confidence on descents whether you're clipped in or not.
A fanny pack that doubles as a boom box, plus it's water resistant.
A cross country race bike that will make you a better rider
A Tap Water Filter that's SImple and Sublime: Kor’s Nava Filter 200+ percent funded with more than 20 days to go.
A free guide to Red Rocks in Nevada
A new longboard from the longtime snowshoe manufacturer
Outfitters are constantly looking for new frontiers - even in countries with bad reputations. We weigh in on the newest trips in the world's wildest places, including Eastern Afghanistan, Liberia and Mexico
A mobile home for modern adventurers, Bowlus’ Road Chief is your secret weapon for stylish, comfortable staycations and short- or long-term adventures you can drive to.
The Solarmonkey Adventurer and Solargorilla-eXtreme are both specifically designed for use in the outdoors.
Introducing an ultra-high-end, ultra-light mountaineering tent that's also great for flush thru-hikers, backpackers with fat wallets, and adventure racers with generous corporate sponsors.
The traditional climbing gym is about to evolve—or at least that’s what the owner of Brooklyn Boulders believes. With a second, satellite location slated to open this spring in Somerville, Massachusetts, the company is planning to house an unusual and disparate blend of climbing, retail, working, and community spaces under one roof.
A percentage of the purchase price of your new Scamps, a collaboration with Cascade Designs, will go toward well-building projects in Kenya.
The company, founded in 1888, is bringing back, for a limited time only, the protective eyewear design that started it all.
The beefy, 500 denier material and reinforcements throughout the packs are made to stand up to the tough life of a commercial outfitter guiding in the Boundary Waters Canoe area.
This new line is made specifically so you don't have to fumble around in your pack while out on a run.