Sometimes you come across gear that’s perfect from the get-go: no tweaking necessary. After years of testing, here are five of our favorites that fit into that category.
My 2005 Toyota Tacoma was bone stock for years, but I’ve started to explore the aftermarket options to see if I could make it more capable and comfortable for long overlanding trips.
You know those Jeeps you see with "Rubicon" printed across the hood? They're named after the Rubicon Trail, a 22-mile route through the Sierra Nevada outside Lake Tahoe that's chock-full of some of...
Just as with mountain biking, it's important to pick the most efficient, safest way through technical terrain
They make a huge difference for anyone who likes to play outside, and they've quickly become one of my favorite upgrades.
Birkenstocks are comfy, stylish, and will last a decade. You should get a pair.
Over the years as an Outside editor and now a contributor, I've tested many different shorts. Here are six of my favorite pairs.
At this year's Overland Expo, a huge weekend gathering in Flagstaff, Arizona, we scoured the selection to find our next favorite gear. Here are six items that stood out.
At the 2018 Overland Expo West—which for a single weekend each year turns Flagstaff, Arizona, into an overlanding mecca—I set out in search of the sweetest, most eye-catching vehicles. Wandering the...
Don’t get me wrong; I’m stoked to have a Gore-Tex jacket during July monsoons. And aero bike jerseys are helpful on long rides. But for most other summer outings, a good-old t-shirt is all I really...
The Front Runner Wolf Pack is a beefed-up version of a classic Rubbermaid storage bin.
It’s finally warming up all across the country (we’re looking at you, New England). To celebrate, you’ll want ring in the higher temps with bright colors and bold designs.
Over weeks of testing I’ve found that their version does a fine job of cooking everything from French toast to asparagus.
Fortunately, everyday rain gear has gotten a lot better lately. We’re seeing stuff that’s more durable, breathable, and even stylish.
We’ve found six companies that produce high-quality everyday gear you can use at home, work, and out on the trail.