Joe Jackson (@josiewhaler), Outside online's Gear Guy, never thought that the ten years he spent as a raft guide, outdoor retail employee, and vagabond would turn into a career.
The Brewer resembles more of a highly functional sneaker than a traditional water shoe, just with all the technical chops.
Inspired by packs, a new breed of coolers are on the rise
Heading out on an overlanding trip? Bring one of these.
For every task, there’s the right tool
Pedal-powered boats are coming to the masses
Your first line of defense against sweat, abrasion, and funk
It isn't news that Dr. Bronner's is amazing at cleansing just about anything.
We've been trained to think that when it comes to a piece of gear's price tag, more expensive means better quality.
Why outdoor brands want to hawk your old equipment online
When camping in the PNW, I regularly woke up with wet everything. Until I made the $12 investment in a blue 10-by-12-foot Stansport reinforced multipurpose tarp.
I tend to get sentimental about my gear. But inevitably the point will come when it’s time to send a favorite jacket or running shoe to the great gear shed in the sky.
Over my several years dirtbagging my way around the country, I’d earned my Ph.D. in the art of making a meal taste delicious. But to be fair, I was cooking with the Camp Chef Rainier Camper's Combo...
A good midlayer can save you from the worst spring weather swings—just keep in mind, versatility is king.
Introduce your partner to camping right and you’ll be able to enjoy it together. But getting too gung-ho could have them storming back to the trailhead swearing off hiking entirely—or worse, you...
I got my first Bill's Bag nearly three decades after it first came to market, and the design has remained largely unchanged from NRS founder Bill Parks' first prototypes—for good reason.
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