What kind of gear should I look for in thrift stores?
Three tips from expert bootfitter Ari Goosen.
Saucony's Xodus 4.0: Great for Technical, Muddy Singletrack
Save money by using things around the house to outfit your next adventure (at least partially).
No one is in the field more—or is tougher on gear—than a top level professional guide. I asked five all-star guides from different disciplines to tell me about their most essential piece of equipment. The only stipulation? That it cost less than $20.
I've been kayaking before and want to start it as a hobby. I would like to be able to use it on flat water and the ocean (calm, that is), but also for medium fast-water. What kayak would you suggest?
Our Gear Guy gets the inside scoop on the new North Face uniforms the freeskiing team will be sporting.
I've always wanted to try a onesie. Good idea? Bad idea?
There are many give-back programs in the outdoor industry, but which are the best?
What should I do to get my ski gear ready for the mountain this winter?
Could you recommend the best sunglasses for climbing and snow sports?
Whether you're puttering about camp or scrambling around on rocks, these will be the "baddest-ass clogs" you'll ever own
In search of the Holy Grail of water bottles, the Gear Guy invents the ultimate insulation and durability tests. The result? A canister you'll fill with confidence.
Maximalist shoes are all the rage in my running circle. Should I try to get over how they look and give them a shot?
What are the coolest and most unexpected uses of duct tape in the outdoor world?