Frederick Reimers

Martini Portable Kayak

Switch Craft

A portable kayak that's (finally!) both inexpensive and a cinch to put together.

Field Notes

Travel Essays from Outside's Best Writers.

The Outside Guide to Adventure: Mastering the Basics

For the first installment of our four-part fundamentals series, we address the basics of adventure: everything from packing like a pro and paying bribes to pulling off your dream trip and hunting...

Unstoppable

Introducing our 2011 Reader of the Year and six honorable mention winners.

Hilleberg Kaitum 2 GT – Camping Tents: Reviews

Hilleberg Kaitum 2 GT – Camping Tents: Reviews

If you need a shelter that can handle the nastiest weather year-round, Hilleberg's flagship model, the Kaitum, is the best non-freestanding tent we've ever tested. Setup, even in high winds, is a...

REI Quarter Dome T3 - Camping Tents: Reviews

REI Quarter Dome T3 - Camping Tents: Reviews

BEST SPACE-TO-WEIGHT RATIOTesters were impressed with the two-person model of this tent; it's roomy (30 square feet) and light (less than four pounds) and has the critical double doors and vestibules...

GoLite Valhalla 2+ - Camping Tents: Reviews

GoLite Valhalla 2+ - Camping Tents: Reviews

FOUR-SEASON CHAMPIONIf you're looking for a lightweight shelter that can handle high winds and heavy snow, single-wall tents like the Valhalla are tough to beat. Thanks to an interior-pole structure...

Marmot Abode 2P – Camping Tents: Reviews

Marmot Abode 2P – Camping Tents: Reviews

Thanks to its mostly mesh canopy, the double-door Adobe received high marks for warm-weather stargazing and ventilation. But what really impressed us was its performance in an early-season Wasatch...

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