There’s a great new wearable for every kind of athletic goal

Carv’s digital coaching software uses insoles with pressure sensors to give you real-time feedback. But can it really help first-timers improve?

What started as a fun personal challenge turned into a three-year van-life journey that pushed our writer to explore the most remote coasts in the United States

Devices for passing the toughest training milestones

The magnetic MFI system keeps your face covered without fogging up

Keeping tabs on training and health has never been this seamless

In a time when most of us are struggling with restricted access to the activities we love, I wanted to know if VR would help. What I found surprised me.

Hardware to help you maximize your workouts

Last week the two companies signed an acquisition deal. Does this mean we'll see a Google smartwatch soon?

Smart devices that track everything you do

Precision data-gathering devices to optimize your workouts

When it comes to wearables, go easy on the bells and whistles

What I learned on my powder-filled dream trips to Whistler and Aspen

I went to the adventure-camera company's Creator Summit in an effort to become a bona fide social-media star

A boat that can jump out of the water like a dolphin? This I had to try.

The latest fitness bands are smarter and svelter than ever

The latest from the original action-camera maker promises unparalleled image stabilization

Devices that do the thinking, analyzing, and recovery for you

The new Hero is a good little camera for the price, and it's intended for those who are interested in buying a GoPro but aren't ready to drop $300 or more

The once dominant action sports company is beginning 2018 with some major changes

Dial in your—and your pet’s—training.

The software update, which launched today, is almost identical to what GoPro touted months ago but has yet to deliver

For years, the action-cam maker insisted it wanted to become an entertainment company. Now it's back to focusing on a few core products—a strategy that is finally working

After a monthlong test, our writer came away optimistic about the technology's potential, though GoPro still has some kinks to iron out with the first edition

Go faster, train smarter.

The brand seems to have moved 360-degree cameras forward in a big way with the Fusion

A new fleet of wearables meet the data needs of all kinds of players

The action-cam maker says it's fixed the problem that had some Karmas suddenly plunging to the ground

The days of counting steps are over. The Mio Slice looks at your heart rate to give you an overall health score based in science.

The Flir Duo captures thermal images so rescuers can locate hikers, skiers, or anyone else who might have gotten stranded outside at night

The new Ellipse comes with a whole suit of smart anti-theft and safety features

The recently upgraded tool makes glacier retreat and deforestation easy to visualize

The recall is a PR nightmare. The question is: How badly will it hurt the company?

The updated communications tool creates a network for people to send and receive messages without cell service. But its success is entirely dependent on how many people buy into it.

Snowboarding’s most anticipated film in years is being released October 3. It’s been hyped up for months by the likes of Red Bull, GoPro, and other companies, but good news: We’ve seen it and it more than lives up to the buzz. The Fourth Phase is one you won’t want to miss.

We’ve all known that photo fakery has existed pretty much since photography was invented, but for many years you could more or less trust your eyes with video. Not anymore.

A smart sports watch or a sporty smartwatch? The M600 may just be the best of both worlds.

New apps make editing your action footage easier than ever

GoPro Care covers you for two years

Things to keep you employed when you're working from the road

Researchers are teaching these flying machines how to navigate trails by themselves to find lost hikers faster

A recent study made great headlines, but its results ultimately aren't that scary

Yes, eventually, you'll basically have an electronic tattoo

Our reviewer dissects the claims behind the newest crop of super clothing for the gym to find the products that actually work

The first full-length mountain film to be shot entirely in 4K is no gimmick: it's a game changer for high-action, small-budget productions

The FAA task force released its drone-registration recommendations Monday. Every small UAV weighing more than half a pound must be registered with the agency, but the process to do so seems downright reasonable.

The lawsuit generated a lot of news, but we suspect Polaroid doesn't have much of a case

It'll leave you grinning—if you can overcome your nausea and fear of death

It's the company's least exciting edit yet, but here's why we're still pumped about it

When (if?) the Snap hits production, it'll become the adventurer’s ultimate toy

Mood light, spotlight, emergency light—all in one adventure-ready box

A super light tent with headroom to spare

A beautiful tool that's actually useful

A space-saving design with that real water-bottle feel

The future is here, and it doesn't involve smartphones

Packing a lighter camp kitchen never looked so cool

The navigation giant just built a damn good POV camera. Here’s everything you need to know about the new GoPro rival.

Dozens of exciting battery prototypes are out there, but for now they’re just vaporware. Thankfully, some of the biggest names in tech—including Google and Apple—are finally getting on the case.

New gear for more informed—and more fun—training

The media is in a tizzy about new findings that suggest your smartphone is a better fitness tracker than that wearable device on your wrist. They're wrong.

Full-featured watches for smarter training

The hardware was mostly predictable, but the software could transform workout data

Creating a food journal to help you lose weight just got a helluva lot easier.

It’s simple, really. Just buy decent tequila, go with Cointreau, and for God’s sake, get some fresh limes.

Guess what? The grid is expanding and we predict in the next five years, you won't be able to unplug—even in the backcountry.

New running tech to help you score a personal best—or just make your jog more fun.

When it comes to rebuilding humans, we're kicking ass, and that's good news for injured athletes.

Desperate for your saucy, fiery fix? How about in vodka form? Drink at your own risk.

Despite their ubiquity, fitness trackers have yet to earn their place in the professional ranks—or deserve a spot on your wrist.

Can beer concentrate compete with the real thing? Brent Rose puts two alcohol-packed flavors to the test.

A growing list of apps and tracking units allows you to challenge riding buddies and strangers alike.

Recharge dead batteries off the grid with these portable power plants