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Five kicks that transition seamlessly from trail to town

These four are my favorites for messy yard activities

It has great support, a table, and a spot for your favorite beverage

Running is simple, but the basics are important

Patagonia's Nano-Air line works for almost any adventure, thanks to its rare combination of durability, stretch, and breathability

Trash-compactor sacks are the most inexpensive way to keep your gear dry

A sentimental look at the best piece of gear for hauling your child

This simple piece of gear will keep you fit—and from punching holes in the walls—during quarantine

These men's jackets offer versatile protection for a variety of weather

How to stay healthy—and maintain sanity—while you're social-distancing

Dad knees and an aging body changed my mind about Hokas

When things go wrong on a ski tour, this is what you should have in your pack

Maximize your backcountry fun with these tips

From beers on the river to a family picnic, the Compass has you covered

The gear and knowledge you need to stay comfortable overnight in the snow

If you buy the right one, it can be one of the only tops you need for the entire winter season

You don't have to spend a lot to show someone you care

After a long day on the slopes, your body deserves a little après of its own

Running with a stroller is all well and good in the milder months, but it takes a little extra planning to pull off in winter

What you need for next-level winter coziness

The Rambler 10-ounce Lowball is an everyday essential

Comfort and performance that doesn't look sloppy

These vacuum-insulated containers will keep your soup warm again and again this winter

Men's trousers that are up to any task you throw at them

Hiking, running, and just living—here's one pair to rule them all

It's a vessel. It's a koozie. It's perfect.

Like an old friend, this stick of personal lubricant is always there when you need it, through the good times and the really awkward ones

The RadWagon is useful and efficient, and my daughter loves it

He's tested them, and now they're very on sale

Fight Turkey Day couch lock with these secret weapons

He put four standouts through the ringer to see how they stacked up

The ability to fix your gear outdoors is as important as the gear you choose to use in the first place

Our Gear Guy tested the top small coolers to help find what's right for you

Our Gear Guy's inexpensive hacks for backcountry travel

One tee to rule the trail—and to wear to the bar

Forget the hatchet—the Buck Compadre Froe has your camp wood-processing needs covered

Don’t let a little precipitation keep you inside

Swaddle yourself in light-weight, breathable warmth

State-of-the-art protection, minus that clamped-down feeling

They won’t always be on their best behavior, but at least they’ll stay warm and dry

Swaddle yourself in light-weight, breathable warmth

If you're looking for adventure, leave your roller bag behind

We're living in a new era of sun protection

The Blumenthal Force Grill will convert even the most diehard charcoal purists

Take care of your blade, and your blade will take care of you

He's literally tested hundreds of hats, and this is his go-to

Because you shouldn't have to go without your morning kick in the pants, no matter where you are

Really, I just needed an excuse to take a dip

The best ones hit all the notes of lightweight, portability, and (relative) durability

From the mouths of hikers mid-trail

A guide to ruling the galley on your next weekend out

Don't waste a minute of your next vacation—let a local show you around instead

Stasher's Reusable Silicone Sandwich Bag should replace your supply of Ziplocs

We focused on comfort, stretch, and how well they fought off sweat and stink

You can't put a price on the peace of mind that comes with good gear organization

Any brew worth drinking deserves more than crappy single-use plastic, so we stuck to reusable vessels

You want something that's powerful enough to keep you and your gear clean

A jacket, a daypack, a water bottle, and some seat-back storage that we couldn't be more excited to test out

Products we love, from camping utensils to a revamped Patagonia cap, all costing less than 50 bucks

Including an easy-to-set-up tent, an ultralight camp chair, and a sleeping bag made almost completely from recycled materials

When his time and energy are both in short supply

Rowing is a great workout but can be somewhat boring. The RW900 fixes that.

I beat the snot out of it to see how it holds up

Snacks, water, and diapers—these fit it all