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 company produces high-quality Tanzanian sandals, sells them in the U.S., and uses the proceeds to fund scholarships for nursing students in Tanzania, where Majid lives and works in public health.
Soggy comes in so many flavors, and you need a jacket that fends off precip while keeping you from steaming up. These four ace that test—and nail the women's fit.
Women don't have to look beautiful when they work out. But when given a choice between two pairs of athletic pants that perform equally well, we'll choose the more flattering option every time. Who...
Christy Mahon rips. In 2010, the Aspen-based mountaineer became the first woman to ski all 53 of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks. Then she teamed up with two other pros—Chris Davenport and her husband, ...
Prevelo’s Zulu Three turned my little rider into a ripper.
Every hiker and backpacker who has ever stomped lugs on dirt can tell the same sad story of painful blisters and bashed toes. In search of a solution, we evaluated 37 hiking shoes and boots that are...
How much would you spend for bliss? Apparently, DPS thinks it should cost $1,299.
Ski bibs are brilliant, unless you're a woman. The problem is peeing.
Jones Snowboards is giving away $1500 in cash to women who love to explore backcountry frontiers.
Here are her favorite pieces of women's climbing gear that help her train and send.
Sara Segall doesn’t want to wear flowers, or fur, or anything pink and glittery. But, says this diehard Vermont skier, that’s what women have always had to do if they didn’t want to look like a bro.
Betsy Seabert couldn't sleep. The problem wasn't work stress or too much wine at dinner—it was breast cancer and its insidious treatment, which brought on night sweats.
Here’s what you’ll need to transform your holiday flight into a livable experience.
What passes for women’s workwear is essentially men’s stuff, re-labeled: It’s stiff, bulky, ill-fitting, and constrictive.
You don't have to wait for après to pull on a sweater.
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