Polartec’s Power Fill synthetic insulation is now 100 percent recycled. The hollow-fiber fill is made entirely from old plastic water bottles.
This tent is lighter than the three-person version, but it’s still heavy, burly as all get-out, and laden with details that make it ideal for gnarly, high-alpine conditions.
North Face Renewed is a platform for gear that's been worn, torn, washed, and repaired, and it's an attempt to stop clothes from going to landfills and to lower the barrier to entry for customers who...
When Judy Gross sewed herself a lightweight, one-person backpacking shelter in 2006, she never imagined that within three years she'd be selling tents to hikers across the country, or that in 12...
The new BeFree Gravity 3L presents a happy medium for filtering large quantities of water without adding weight—or wait.
Getting away on a camping trip is rarely simple. You have to know where to set up, the fees and regulations, and the weather forecast. Thankfully, there are apps for that.
We've had the chance to try out the new tent, sleeping bag, and apparel. The verdict: we're impressed but not blown away.
Today, Yeti rounds out its collection with a new water cooler and Panga backpack.
The indigo special edition is the result of a partnership with Hawaiian Blue, a pair of artists who use indigo to hand-dye fabric.
The Z/2 Classic sandals feature blue-and-yellow webbing designed after the iconic NRS tie-down straps, a mainstay on rafts and roof racks the world over.
L.L.Bean is facing a fourth lawsuit over changes to its return policy implemented in February, which replaced its famous lifetime guarantee with a limited one-year, receipt-required policy.
The shoe, called the Genesys, incorporates biomechanical data into a custom last and midsole to enhance rather than correct the body's natural motion path.
For $30 per month, customers can try Whoop’s flagship Strap 2.0 wearable. After a six-month commitment, subscribers can return the device or continue using it on a month-by-month basis.
Our take after testing this watch: It’s simple but amply featured, with a big screen and clean graphics. It's also incredibly comfortable.
Boulder, Colorado, is about to get (another) new specialty running store, but this one will have a physical therapy practice alongside the merchandise on the retail floor.
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