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Wilderness First Aid 101

The right first-aid kit can save your life in the backcountry, so it’s worth investing the time and the money to get it right.

Ridley Scott’s Insane Stationary Bike

Yes, this luxury exercise bike looks more like something that should be in the 2012 sci-fi thriller "Prometheus" (where it actually appeared), than in your living room.

Chill Out in One of the Summer's 5 Best Hammocks

Buying new gear involves commitment, both financially and emotionally. Kind of like dating. Our idea of the perfect date? Hanging in the trees with a cold brew and fleeting cell service. But that's...

The $12,000 Infinite-Power Superphone

What happens when one of the world's leading watchmakers sets its sights on mobile? You get a $12,000 "infinite power" phone that runs on light.

The Tour's First Big Shake-Up

Chris Froome, winner of the 2013 Tour de France and odds-on favorite for overall victory in 2014, crashed twice on Stage 5 of the Tour and abandoned the race.

The Yeti (Cooler) You Didn't See Coming

Fishing guides and festival goers take note: High-end cooler maker Yeti just revealed their first soft-sided cooler, the 6.5-gallon Hopper that’s sealed with a waterproof drysuit zipper.

Designing the Perfect Private Sanctuary

We’re a country obsessed with privacy—or a lack of it. But that doesn’t mean you have to shut yourself in a bunker whenever you go on vacation.

The Tent of the Future

The perfect tent is durable, lightweight, and easy to set up. The Cave from German company Heimplanet delivers on all three accounts.

4 Campers for Rediscovering the Open Road

Even our towable trailers are getting smart. With innovative aerodynamic designs, rugged suspension systems, and wide-open skylights, these four high-tech trailers are ready for the open road.

Ditch the Vanagon

Forget that old, moldy VW parked out back. It’s time to upgrade to one of Dub Box’s pimped out campers.

The Ultimate Kit for a Multiday Raft Trip

Before you start packing for your first multiday raft trip, remember this old adage: A raft is never full. That essentially means you can bring everything—plus the kitchen sink.