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These innovative and inspirational leaders are changing business in the outdoors for the better

Fend off water and wind with these breathable, packable jackets

How last summer's environmental disasters flipped me from despair into action

Halting climate change requires companies to start slashing their carbon emissions now. Here's how to get on the path to a cooler future.

Family vacation? Find fun for all ages with these kid-friendly activities in and around the park.

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After receiving a difficult diagnosis last year, Larsen drew on his decades of experience as an adventurer to fight the disease

More than 1,400 people have raised $68,000 so far to save Montezuma Valley Market, a popular PCT thru-hiker stop, after a devastating fire

Want to turn your business into everyone’s dream workplace? Follow these cues for a more fulfilled, productive, and inspired workforce

Editors past and present take a look back at the biggest stories, seismic changes, and expanding influence of the publication’s first 37 years

This specialized job board, launched last June, makes it easier for businesses in the industry to find and hire diverse talent

Are pro programs a legitimate perk for industry professionals or a discount sales channel run amok? Some insiders are calling the whole scene a complete farce. Here's why.

The Voice's exclusive outdoor industry salary survey reveals who makes what-and a whole lot more. How do you stack up?

The ultrarunner, writer, and Merrell ambassador teaches us to love our bodies and overcome negativity

Big Agnes employees are testing 18 products and advocating for access to public lands while hiking 740 miles of the Continental Divide Trail

Ignoring the ecommerce behemoth isn’t an option anymore—but that doesn’t mean navigating this channel is easy

Customers still love brick-and-mortar retailers—so the smartest vendors make sure shoppers know where to get a premium touch-and-feel experience with their gear

Distributing too widely can spell trouble for a vendor’s brick-and-mortar strategy, but pairing up with the right retailers is a match made in sales heaven

What was it Abraham Lincoln said about a house divided? When a vendor’s internal channels compete, everybody loses—but when they work as a team, businesses thrive

Managing multiple distribution channels takes finesse, but the payoffs of maintaining a robust wholesale business are worth it

The pro snowboarder, gear-maker, and climate activist talks about his latest "love story," the power of social media, and how he's gearing up to fight Trump in 2020

Specialty retail isn’t the Hunger Games: Everyone benefits when retailers stop viewing each other as the enemy and start working together

Simply sell gear, and equip customers for a day. Build a community around your shopping experience, though, and you’ll equip them for a lifetime.

Try to be all things to all people, and end up pleasing none. The opportunity for both retailers and vendors lies in careful curation instead.

As online shoppers demand ever-swifter delivery options, vendors and retailers must work together to compete with the likes of Amazon. When they do, the “last-mile” distribution problem disappears for brands while local stores land the sale.

Successful online-to-offline referrals depend on accurate dealer listings. Stop giving online customers the wrong information.