It's not all shoes and tents from the companies who hawk their goods at the huge outdoor gear show. These innovations are offbeat, but we (mostly) like 'em anyway.
We combed through the coolest products at Outdoor Retailer 2014 to bring you these six items—all of which cost $35 or less.
This new two-ounce gadget offers an innovative approach to off-the-grid communication and safety.
We looked at a quite a few new smart watches here at the show, but Timex’s One GPS+ is by far the most impressive.
The Speed Ascents offer the most extreme rocker to date combines with slew of smart performance details.
From lanterns to headlamps, there are a lot of ways to light a campsite. And Big Agnes just thought of another one.
The design features that make these fins look so funky mimic the characteristics of a humpback whale, according to Speedo.
We've scoured the floor of Summer OR 2014 in search of the coolest gear for our coveted Gear of the Show awards. And these five products—from a glow-in-the-dark tent to a revolutionary...
Salomon Premiere 4-Part Splitboard is the first-ever splitboard that breaks into four parts.
Fritchi Diamir Vipec's game-changing, two-piece tech binding with an adjustable release setting is the first of its kind—at this price.
The Skull Orbic H.I. MIPS tells you when it's sustained too many impacts and is no longer safe to use.
The Snowstrike VT has two lenses to accommodate different amounts of light.
The Idaho-based Shotzski's DIY kit turns those old boards into a Shotzski with this DIY Kit.
The Fuse Uno is revolutionizing the way jackets are stitched together.
A user-friendly and safer avalanche pack.