Core 13 Clothing is a deliberate collection of garments that can be mixed and matched to create appropriate layering systems for all three-season trips, whether that be the Smokies in April, Wind...
Let's get geeky and delve into the differences between these devices.
Over time, I have developed systems to prepare quickly and flawlessly so I can spend more time in the field and less time in my office.
Cedar Mesa is an uninhabited 400-square-mile plateau in the southeastern corner of Utah, with elevations ranging from 4,500 to 7,000 vertical feet above sea level.
The 122nd Boston Marathon was wet, windy, and cold. Many runners dropped out of the race because of hypothermia. Here is what you should wear when racing in these conditions.
At least most of the time, hard-sided canisters protect food in the backcountry from bears. But it turns out that they’re not 100 percent bear- or idiotproof.
The malfunctioning SOS lock switch is a known problem with DeLorme InReach SE and InReach Explorer units.
The fourth-generation Challenger ATR is consistent with the vision for the previous three: a well-cushioned and versatile running shoe that's designed for trails but can also successfully take to the...
Poles have long been considered essential equipment by most backpackers, but runners have been slower to adopt them. I sense this is changing.
Earlier this month there was a healthy online debate over the true risk of drinking water from backcountry sources without purifying it first.
I now consider sun gloves to be an essential part of my kit when backpacking in the West, about as valuable as a long-sleeve collared shirt and a dorky hat with ear and neck coverage.
I walked the entire show and found seven new hiking and trail running products.
For ultra runners and backpackers, the Ambit3 Peak bests the competition in three ways.
It's unusual for a company to state that its brand-new product is "probably not the right [one] for you." But Osprey did exactly this in describing its new "super ultralight" backpack, which recently...
A decade later, my go-to sock is still the Wooleator.
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