A professional climber dishes her secret sauce to mastering this dicey move

Your sweatiest endeavors are no match for this kit

You can still get outside and go for a long, isolated jog. Here's how to layer right.

The hardest thing for Blair Braverman wasn't being naked on national television—it was the fact that people thought it was fake

Here are the tools Blair Braverman prepared for her time on 'Naked and Afraid'

5 women tell us how they discovered their favorite sports bras—and what it took to find them

Learn how to degerm your plastic, rubber, or microfiber mat

Coalatree claims its new windbreaker has "self-healing technology." Does it actually work?

Outside Gear Guy Joe Jackson has his eye on these five products

What we're most excited about for the upcoming season

Editor Jeremy Rellosa talks about when it's time to replace your climbing rope, quickdraws, harness, climbing shoes, and helmet

Make your favorite pieces last longer with these quick stitches

As told by Emily Clausen, Outside's email marketing specialist and a former culinary chef

Give an old tent new life with at-home fixes

Tucked away among farms and barren grasslands in a forgotten corner of the state lies one of the best bouldering destinations in the country. Our video producer, a Roy fanatic, outlines how to visit the growing location without harming its fragile ecosystem.

What makes a good gift so memorable? Our editors recall their favorites.

Fixing it yourself is a cheaper and faster solution than waiting for a gear shop to do the job

You don't need mountain trails out your door to get your boots ready for a big hike

A few of our favorite adventure photographers share the behind-the-scenes tales of their legendary pictures

Gearing up for a trip to Italy, Outside assistant editor Kaelyn Lynch gathered some popular travel accessories to put to the test

Putting away your equipment correctly will allow it to last for years to come.

Two Outside gear editors go head to head in a contest to see who can set up the new Oru Inlet kayak fastest

Our editorial fellow tries to spread the stoke for #OutsideFlannelWeek

Bundle up in our favorite fiber

Technical pieces that breathe new life into old materials

Gear editor Jeremy Rellosa talks us through his two-week test of blue-light-filtering glasses

Hint: your first investment should be rock-climbing shoes

Step one is pretty damn simple: dry the thing

The secret? Wash it regularly.

How these photographers get outside in the biggest cities in the United States

The Traeger Ranger is a portable wood-pellet dynamo that has 184 square inches of space for campsite steaks and hot dogs

We got our hands on the Cake Kalk electric dirt bike for a test on the forest roads outside our hometown of Santa Fe, New Mexico

Making the decision to start a thru-hike can be daunting, so let us show you what gear you should take

Versatility that plays nice in small spaces

The answer isn't just throwing everything in your backpack all at once. Here's the right way to pack for a long haul in the wilderness.

Together, Outside and Cairn have expertly curated three limited-release collections for travel, fitness, and water pursuits

Our top tips for fixing your gear and getting back out there

Thinking about tackling the big thru-hike? Consider these four things first.

A Rubbermaid bin stocked with everything you need for camping is one of the best ways to organize your gear

Adjusting your pack seems like it should be simple, that is until you're struggling down the trail after not correctly dialing in the fit

From ice cream to carnival rides, there’ve been new surprises at every turn

Our editors regale us with their favorite memories of dad outside

Our producer Madeleine LaPlante-Dube on her favorite no-excuse leggings: The Gore R3

Away's the Bigger Carry-On won us over with its compact, sleek construction and features like an ejectable battery and TSA-approved lock

Accessories for good boys and girls

Frosty fortresses for trail and campsite

Buffs and bandanas aren’t exactly essential running gear for most people, but they’re handy workhorses that mop sweat, keep hair back, and perform a dozen other functions in a pinch

From 'The Suble Art of Not Giving a F*ck' to 'Sapiens,' this professional mountain biker doesn't mess around when it comes to reading good books

Proper storage means you get outside faster—without forgetting anything important

Don't be so quick to throw that worn-out equipment in the landfill

Step one: know the conditions and whether fires are actually allowed where you're camping

Spring has sprung, but there’s never been a better time to stock up on year-round gear. Save up to 40 percent on our favorite Stio items from 3/24 to 3/26.

The Tension Flash Board is a crag essential

Our editors have been looking forward to their dividends all year long. Here's what they're spending them on.

From ‘Becoming,’ by Michelle Obama, to ‘Sapiens,’ by Yuval Noah Harari

The professional ski mountaineer counts these titles among her all-time favorites

Four books that come highly recommended from one of America's most prolific mountaineers

Each one is made by hand and comes with a lifetime guarantee

Bomber tie-downs and secure hitches to have in your repertoire

Don't travel with your rig without these nine things

A few essentials can make even the most reluctant want to venture out

Layer them over a pair of leggings and they will keep your lower half toasty warm

The free soloist hopes that these four books will teach you something about the world

Treat it right and you'll have a workhorse that will last you decades

Photographs by Dutch photographer Jimmy Nelson from his new book, Homage to Humanity. Words by Emily Reed.

Turn your game up a notch with these easy-to-use tools

The Ruffwear Trail Runner bowl is a worthy addition to any dog owner’s kit

Exploring the ocean floor with an urchin hunter. Words by Emily Reed.

Five favorite books from the elite endurance athlete and environmental activist

It will serve you well when things go wrong

With 700-fill down and a rating to 23 degrees Fahrenheit, this bag is ready for a lifetime of adventures

Boil water, drop a packet in, and start your day off with a piping hot cup of tea

Buy this $80 seat cover and you’ll never pay to detail your car again

Featuring everything we love about the original Allpa, in a smaller, more manageable size

Eight products used by athletes and expert adventurers to protect their faces from the elements

Five ice chests that keep food and drink colder, longer, anywhere

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