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The display clips onto bike glasses to show data and turn-by-turn navigation

This heart-rate monitor with pending FDA approval will count your every heart beat and breath, and it could become an invaluable training tool for serious athletes

Everything from basic bump protection to bomber cases designed to keep your Watch safe from rocks, dirt, and water

Last week, Google announced it will make its maps available offline. We tested the new feature in New York and South Africa—and found the service works brilliantly.

After trying goTenna on the streets of Brooklyn, we’re convinced the Snickers-sized device is the future of off-the-grid communication and a game changer for international travelers

New inflatable vests from POC and Dainese could save professional racers’ lives. So why isn’t the gear mandatory?

Pro-quality shots, without the post-production software headache

Pro-caliber pics and video right from your pocket

Smarter, lighter, better-looking wearables to track your data

How the space-saving DxO One compares with a $1,000 mirrorless cameras twice its size

The $800 Forcite Alpine packs a 4K action cam, GPS, and accelerometer into its shell. You don't need all this tech in a snowsports lid. But do you want it?

On your mark, get set, track!

In the future we’ll have fitness trackers that aren’t just fancy step-counters

Significantly more performance than a GoPro, but significantly less expensive than other pro-quality setups

The company's new app makes sharing footage to social easier than ever

You can now ditch the phone but still accurately track your workouts, thanks to watchOS 2

LuvByrd: the new, best way to find a partner for bombing singletrack and shredding the steeps

When it comes to ease of use and video quality, the new UAV can't be beat

Now that you can actually shoot decent photos on your phone, it's time for a best-of-the-best battle

Our first impressions of the all-new 2016 Toyota Tacoma

The best backpacks and organizers for your GoPro-centric life

Equipping yourself to be a one-person A/V Club should be a point of pride

Or you can at least get around onerous fees by tethering to it when you’re abroad

The Wikipedia (and Google Street View) of the outdoors will change your life

Makers of this crowdsourced device say it can save you from drowning

Now you can truly see how you stack up versus the pros

The company's new Edge 520 computer lets you live-chase KOMs, while the Varia bike and radar system lets you know when cars are close—and alerts them to your presence

Scrutinizing what kind of tent, sleeping bag, and pack you need for a multiday trip can be difficult. Here’s a comprehensive overview of how to find exactly what you need and assess it with confidence.

The Microdrone 3.0 will live-stream HD video and have a top speed of 50 mph

Although the smart sensor part doesn't actually require the swimsuit

The fitness-tracker maker has become an unlikely Wall Street darling in the post-Apple-Watch world

Intel backs heads-up displays with its purchase of Recon Instruments. The likely winner of the deal? Oakley and other optics brands looking to pursue HUD technology.

Plan to mountain bike or run with your fancy wearable? You need this new case.

Kuai is wireless, and doesn’t need your phone to track your workout

An Austin, Texas-based company aims to demystify sports-drink hype with its new Kickstarter product.

Experiencing setbacks in the great outdoors will bring out your inner MacGyver. Make sure he has an idea of what you’ll be up against.

The action-cam maker announced a new camera array to capture virtual-reality footage and its long-awaited drone, to be released in 2016. The catch: it's for pros only at the moment.

Heddoko claims it can prevent injuries and improve strength training by giving wearers live feedback on their form. The tech's still in beta, but we're impressed by the prototype. CrossFitters, take note.

Buy them if for no other reason than they’re pretty

2015 Gear of the Year Winner

Capture pro-quality images with affordable high-tech tools.

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