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Whether you’re slinging a chainsaw, loading hay bales, or wielding a torch, durable workwear that fits well allows you to do your job better

Kicks to keep feet fresh no matter what your mileage

Weather’s nasty? No need to stay inside if you’ve got a pair of these.

A dash of style doesn’t have to mean reduced traction

Smoky twists on four classics

Walk on—no matter the weather.

These fleece-lined pull-on boots do triple duty as hikers, workers, and booties.

From trailhead to summit, boots to keep your feet warm and dry.  (Under Armour) Under Armour Clackamas 200 Best For: Deep Snow If you tramp through half a foot of fresh every morning to get to your car, take note. The 10.5-inch-tall Clackamas rises above the snow, while its water-resistant rubber-and-canvas…

The Yakima SkyRise introduces a few important upgrades to the growing rooftop-tent industry

Jerseys and shorts for technical, steep, big-mountain riding

Startup Knix Wear raised $1.1 million on Kickstarter during its quest to build the world’s most advanced bra. Why the hell did it take the industry so long?

Having a man cave in your basement is all well and good, but it’s even better if it’s portable. Enter the Escape Sport.

We put the new Gore-Tex Active fabric through its paces during a two-week test in Vermont and B.C. and found that there's no better option for athletes who move fast and light

The Avanet app provides key data about weather, snowpack, and avalanche danger—crowdsouced by the people who live and play in the mountains

The world's first MTB tire with graphene achieves a holy grail of characteristics we thought impossible: grip, durability, and speed

Four snowshoes to help you rise above the powder, summit fast, and blaze snowy trails

A mobile Midwestern cabin for wherever the roads takes you

Up your fat-tire game with these tips from eight of the sport’s very best

Out of the 1,600 sold, about .7 percent are affected by a firmware issue that can prevent them from deploying

Could this be the last rain jacket you’ll ever buy?

Tour operators are standing by to make your dream vacation of pain and suffering come true

Campuses aren’t just for college students

We can't all afford vanlife. But we can rent it.

We applaud these six manufacturers for taking on the challenge of producing bibs specifically made for women—even if some of the products still need a bit more work.

Backcountry luxury without the sticker shock

Be ready to simplify before jumping on the tiny-house bandwagon.

Lighten up your kit for faster ascents.

Buy equipment you don't have to feel guilty about using.

A smart probe that crowdsources snowpack data to tell you where it's safe to ski.

And hello to the F-Bom, the world's first snow goggles with active anti-fog technology.

Games and activities that don't make you act your age.

Ted King has a secret. The Tour de France cyclist believes maple syrup is a super fuel that's actually delicious, and he wants to bring the sweet elixir to a gel packet near you.

It's summer's most casual shoe, but there are flip-flops and then there are flip-flops. Keep your feet happy with our favorites.

Keep your four-legged adventure companion cool in the heat this summer.

Here are six of our favorite vehicles (and add-ons) to help you find freedom on the open road.

A pocket-size survival device

Yes, the devices can be valuable training aids when properly employed, but they’re hardly the essential tools some athletes make them out to be.

The coolest, newest toys for the road and the trail

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