Living the dream as a skier, mountain biker, and fly-fisher in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Kelly Bastone contributes to our women’s gear column, The XX Factor.
The women of Rainier Mountaineering Inc. just raised the bar on adventure-worthy clothing.
Pivot's new Mach 5.5 isn't built for women—but it fits them. And that's the Holy Grail of women's-specific design.
These shoulder bags simplify summer wanderings.
Travel light with these versatile multitaskers.
Meet the women behind a new wave of companies that are using footwear to solve global problems.
With 170mm of travel, Juliana’s new Strega comes in S and XS sizes—allowing even the littlest women to find big-bike bliss.
These sunscreens and after-sun treatments nourish skin without toxic chemicals.
Suit up, go long, and get after it
The best new bike bottoms protect your lady parts—without the soggy-diaper effect.
Made with novel skin-gripping fabric, Patagonia’s newest swimwear promises to prevent wardrobe malfunctions.
Astral designed a PFD that keeps the girls from jumping ship.
Travel sandals have to be comfortable—but taking care of your feet needn’t mean sacrificing style. These strappy new kicks look and feel great.
Elite runner Kate Martini is bringing an edgier aesthetic to the straightlaced world of women’s running apparel.
A few marketing campaigns and magazines, including Outside, are making a push to represent active women as they really are—strong, diverse, and powerful
High-performance tools to land the big one