And what it could mean for the future of footwear
Indie design shops are working quietly in the background on many of the best products out there (think of Patagonia's Black Hole duffle). But the gear companies don't want you to know that.
We spent five days reporting from the floor of Denver's massive outdoor-gear trade show. Here are the top stories.
Cars are designed to keep humans safe, but at what cost to our canine companions?
Lots of big brands are shifting toward more sustainable gear, without harmful PFCs. But for the industry as a whole, change is slow.
How Ray Maker, a man with no formal journalism training, built DC Rainmaker, with an audience of millions and the power to make or break your next running watch
At USU, students in the country’s first program for gear designers aren’t just learning how to sew a bestselling jacket. They’re being groomed to lead the industry’s next big political and environmental fights.
From mountain bike-inspired prosthetics to couch skiing, Americans are using the latest advances to maximize their output
A new generation of bio-inspired prototypes are poised to join search and rescue workers on the front lines
Riding bikes may be green, but the manufacturing behind them can be far from it
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