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Starting in 2022, the world-famous ultramarathon will implement a new entrance scheme that aims to bring more women into the race

The Finnish watch company recently announced its thinnest, lightest model to date. We got an advanced sample.

Top-notch gear for wrangling singletrack adventures

On Sunday the gold medalist became the first American to take the eight-day stage race in Italy

Not only do we love these items, but they might be hard to find in stock during the holidays

Keeping your body temperature at a happy equilibrium starts with the right layers

Warm, cozy tops for every kind of happy hour

Title Nine made its Round Trip collection for travel, but we've found new uses for it in the COVID era

Gear so light and comfortable, you’ll PR on your morning jog

Every year, Outside dedicates two whole magazines to gear. Here's what goes on behind the scenes.

Technological advances and a growing line of research have paved the way for a new class of support systems that are comfortable, look good, and fit a wide(r) variety of bodies.

The beginner-oriented model from Atomic features a heel riser that automatically equalizes with the slope angle

The new R1 Air is warmer and more breathable than the original. Oh, and super cozy.

Jenny Jurek, a former Patagonia designer, knows a thing or two about how to modify gear for your little ones without spending a fortune

Maggie Guterl became the first woman to win the Big Dog Backyard Ultra, the race with no end

Don’t let winter cold banish you to the treadmill

Swaddle yourself in light-weight, breathable warmth

The front forks may be prone to snapping, posing a potentially deadly threat

Kickster models built between 2013 and 2019 may have a defect that causes the handlebars to fall off

The Salt Lake City–based gear company is laying off 70 employees as it shifts its domestic factory to an assembly-only plant

The online store will award $500 to three finalists between the ages of 13 and 23—a total of 12 over the next year

The retailer will once again carry Camelbak, Giro, Bell, and others, after news that their parent company sold off a semi-automatic rifle maker

A jacket, a daypack, a water bottle, and some seat-back storage that we couldn't be more excited to test out

Products we love, from camping utensils to a revamped Patagonia cap, all costing less than 50 bucks

Including an easy-to-set-up tent, an ultralight camp chair, and a sleeping bag made almost completely from recycled materials

The two brands continue their heated public spat about who uses superior ingredients, among other things

It was the first climbing pack of its kind in the U.S. and has been copied by brands big and small. Now's your chance to buy an original.

Packing—or even sleeping in—your small station wagon requires extra planning. Here are our favorite tricks for taking your Subie on long trips.

The latest marketing campaign by the brand’s Brazil arm—uploading images showing TNF gear to the pages of hot vacation destinations—violated the site's user policy

The 90-second spot came roughly two months after a New York Times ad taking aim at Kind and other competitors

Build a foundation of comfort with these technical next-to-skin garments

Running shoes, technical apparel, sports equipment, oh my! These are all among the products whose price tags could be impacted negatively by the trade war with China.

A 25 percent tax on bikes, helmets, gloves, and backpacks could hit the industry—and your wallet—hard

Paying top dollar isn't always an option, but that doesn't mean you need to skimp on quality

Exercise turbulence-free with these comfortable support systems

The new LoadOut GoBox 30 is waterproof, dustproof, and keeps your valuables organized

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