Tucked neatly into the back of Snow Peak's Portland flagship and HQ, Takibi offers consumers a new way to interact with the Japanese outdoor brand
The new line from OXO, part of Helen of Troy’s Housewares division, will be sold exclusively at REI starting this month
Patagonia beat out 99 other prominent U.S. businesses in consumer rankings for company ethics, citizenship, and culture
As an Ibex superfan for many years, Bonie Shupe dreamed of working for the renowned maker of merino apparel. Now she’s in charge of reviving the brand
A year after the pandemic decimated their top and bottom lines, publicly traded outdoor companies are posting blowout quarters to begin 2021
Tennessee-based MacNeill Pride Group snapped up the 25-year-old GCI Outdoor—maker of camping tables, chairs, and other outdoor gear
If your reps are dialed in, they can elevate a season from good to great. But what tools do you need to make sure they're enabled to deliver killer experiences to their accounts?
Cramer, on his popular CNBC investment show, told viewers that when it comes to stocks, the “great outdoors theme has more legs than you realize.” These are the brands he shouted out.
Emerald Holding’s new digital marketplace stems from its $34 million acquisition of the B2B sales platform PlumRiver
We checked in with a handful of core footwear makers to find out what material and design innovations they’ve got in store for this year and beyond
The Colorado-based creator of active lifestyle content and experiences has added Cairn, an outdoor subscription-box service, to its rapidly growing portfolio of brands
This technical offering from Mustang Survival is designed to stand up to the elements
The RV market is surging—and not with the customers you might expect
It’s clear that retailers want more from brands than fancy digital tools
Two new eye-catching pieces of gear from HOKA ONE ONE and Cotopaxi dropped this week. They're pretty cool on their own, but the mission behind them makes them even better.
In part one of our series on the outdoor industry’s supply chain woes, we look at the impact on brands and how they’re managing port delays and other shipping slowdowns
Two years ago, a beer from the St. Louis brewing corporation Anheuser-Busch called "Patagonia" appeared on the market. The outdoor gear brand was, predictably, not pleased.
For years, two magazines—Climbing and Rock and Ice—have battled for readership in the rock climbing community. Now the two publications are one, with an entirely new look and feel.
The Oregon-based brand is asking outdoor footwear companies to take a “detox journey" and showing them how to do so
Ali Carr launched a jobs board on Facebook four years ago. Today, it’s the go-to hub for 22,000 people who work in and seek to work in the outdoor industry.
Our parent company has made a public promise to all content creators: 30 days after you complete your work, you will be paid. Period.
We dove into the most recent financials of public outdoor companies to see how they're doing as the pandemic rages on
A small materials company in Colorado has been battling The North Face and Columbia for years in a patent infringement case. Last week, it scored an important victory in the fight.
Rather than file a lawsuit, Peak Design targeted Amazon Basics’ knockoff of its Everyday Sling bag with a hilarious, must-watch video
Editors past and present take a look back at the biggest stories, seismic changes, and expanding influence of the publication’s first 37 years
We examined what some of the industry's top brands are doing on Instagram to engage users and reach new audiences
The new company aspires to be the preeminent global source of content, experiences, utilities, community, and services for active lifestyle participants
This Florida gym has created an inclusive rock climbing space
This Oakland, California bike company believes in custom bikes for custom people
This New York City-based company is helping more people access the outdoors through adventure-focused experiences
A new glamping destination called Camp Bespoke is set to open in Kentucky, if the project can meet fundraising goals
This Pittsburgh-based company is inspiring more Black women to cycle while rocking its sleek gear
This Georgia RV park offers more than just a place to hook up for the night
The president of Thule’s Americas region explains why the brand chose Denver for its North American brick-and-mortar debut and how the company will measure success in a challenging retail environment
This travel company organizes the largest camping event in the nation
Peter Arlein, founder and owner of Colorado-based mountainFLOW eco-wax, got his big shot on ABC’s “Shark Tank” on Friday night
This bicycle company offers premium bicycles, e-bikes, apparel, and soon, motorcycles
This New York-based business offers handcrafted, lightweight outdoor backpacks, bags, and accessories
This California-based company offers top quality fenders and socks for cyclists
This Arizona-based adventure and fitness experience outfit offers guided outdoor hikes
The Colorado-based PR pro and co-founder of Inside Out Communications has struck out on her own
Snowboarding legend Jeremy Jones has announced his company's entry into the apparel market
Professional video spotlights delivered to buyers in a trusted editorial environment
The fledgling accessory brand Winter's Edge has come up with a new way for reps to get product into potential dealers' hands
In the specialty retail wholesale process, buyers still want to touch the product before purchasing
Powder magazine shut down operations and effectively folded this fall. Two former leaders from the snow sports title have now joined Pocket Outdoor Media.
Employee Resource Groups can benefit your company culture and promote success both internally and externally. Here’s how to start one—any why you should.
Don't let this key piece of the ecosystem hold your brand back
In an ever-changing market, adaptation is a necessity for success
The former group president of Wolverine Worldwide and global president of The North Face will lead the sporting goods company's expansion into specialty outdoor retail
After their longstanding cycling title effectively folded last month, five of Bike's editors have joined the Pocket team
When Cristobal Murillo couldn’t fly to Asia to see his newest product in person, he dropped $1,500 on a high-definition camera and did all the development through a live feed with his supplier
The activewear brand is differentiating itself this year by not using photography to unveil its newest line
Two new products coming this spring, the Alto and the Telos, mark Sea to Summit's first foray into lightweight tent production
The coronavirus crisis has strained the outdoor industry's supply chains in a major way. Here's how some brands have managed the challenge.
The industry veteran will move from his role as president of the Americas region at VF Corporation to lead one of the company's three core brands
The deal will bring outdoor climbing’s two biggest magazines under one roof for the first time in history. It also adds two promising new categories, indoor climbing and trail running, to Pocket’s portfolio of active lifestyle brands.
The four titles will "pause" operations in the coming months and furlough employees without pay
This year, the question may be more important than ever, but two industry powerhouses—Patagonia and REI—disagree