We all have at least one friend who chops their own wood, knows all the bird calls, and can navigate a city's public transportation system and the backcountry equally well. These are the gifts...
Apparel that's as smart on the trail as it is in the city—just like the women who will love wearing it.
Let them know they hold a special place in your heart with gifts that will track every heartbeat.
Your dentist may be the only one who doesn't completely love these edible gifts—all handmade with top-notch ingredients.
Give these high-class alcoholic creations to your coolest friends, then hope they invite you over to partake of their well-stocked bar.
Good news for your holiday shopping: There's plenty of innovative new gear for avid campers. Take your pick.
Give the gift of escape. Ironically, these tech-y items are exactly what you need to do that: They'll keep giftees safe and prepared in the backcountry.
Takeoffs and landings are much better with the right gear. Put these on your list to make the constant travelers in your life a little more relaxed.
Have more fun with gifts that let you shred, glide, play, catch, and roll in style. Think of this as the toy catalog for grownups.
Powder fiends deserve great goggles, high-class jackets, and amazing skis. Give 'em what they want with these picks.
For the people in your life who train the hardest, gifts to keep them fit and safe.
King, an Olympic hopeful in both the steeplechase and the marathon, placed fourth in the 2014 Western States 100, the oldest ultra race in the world. Here are his five gear suggestions to get dialed on race day.
You get an initial blast of freedom and fear when you open the throttle on a motorcycle with a sidecar. For one, the bike doesn’t track straight. This all may sound scary. And it is. Scary fun.
We love insulated stainless steel water bottles for a few reasons. They keep beer cold in the summer and coffee hot in the winter, they’re lighter and more durable than glass, and they’re free of the chemicals found in some plastics.