Neptune Mountaineering, a gear shop just steps away from the site of Monday’s massacre in Boulder, Colorado, has confirmed that all its employees are safe

For years, two magazines—Climbing and Rock and Ice—have battled for readership in the rock climbing community. Now the two publications are one, with an entirely new look and feel.

The Oregon-based brand is asking outdoor footwear companies to take a “detox journey" and showing them how to do so

A few months into Seung’s tenure as the brand’s North America GM, the pandemic hit and plans changed. But she didn’t let that hurdle—or myriad others—derail her ambitious goals.

The Senate voted 50-41 to elect Haaland, who will become the first Native American installed as a Cabinet secretary

We dove into the most recent financials of public outdoor companies to see how they're doing as the pandemic rages on

The e-commerce startup Out&Back, which debuted last month, is billing itself as “Kayak for outdoor gear." What does its arrival mean for specialty retail?

A small materials company in Colorado has been battling The North Face and Columbia for years in a patent infringement case. Last week, it scored an important victory in the fight.

Rather than file a lawsuit, Peak Design targeted Amazon Basics’ knockoff of its Everyday Sling bag with a hilarious, must-watch video

The president of Thule’s Americas region explains why the brand chose Denver for its North American brick-and-mortar debut and how the company will measure success in a challenging retail environment

Peter Arlein, founder and owner of Colorado-based mountainFLOW eco-wax, got his big shot on ABC’s “Shark Tank” on Friday night

This week, we caught up with Cameron Walker, general manager of Icebreaker North America, to learn more about the VF-owned brand’s environmental campaign to completely remove synthetics from its collection

Beta—a new mountain biking magazine, website, and membership program—might have emerged from the Covid-driven cycling craze, but its industry roots run deep