Don’t let the StairMaster aesthetics fool you: this thing can move
Brands go to great lengths to make their products stand out. Here are the five wildest examples.
Heavy-duty and highly visible, the Nordwand Advanced HS jacket is making a splash at Outdoor Retailer Summer Market
Don’t let the funky shape fool you
The Zipper Gimp is a small (but important) upgrade
Essentially a three-person paddleboard base with a mesh tent upper and nylon fly, the Universe is happy on the ground, in the air, and on the water
Last year we featured this bike, calling it “the ultimate toy for big kids.” Now it’s going to be used by law enforcement.
Tough and waterproof, it fits everything you need for a day
Durable fabrics, intelligent design, clean looks, and plenty of storage make this one of the best office-outdoor crossover bags we’ve tried
With ripstop fabric, drain holes, and a water-resistant phone pouch, this endurance-racing vest is ready to get messy
The e-commerce behemoth is on its way to becoming the biggest marketplace for outdoor-recreation products and its influence over the industry grows every day. Is this the apocalypse for the shops and brands that have fueled our love of adventure? Or can they learn to fight back without destroying one another?
New tech automatically adjusts settings to keep the watch in tracking mode longer, without sacrificing accuracy
The goal: to give your trail runner an extra layer of armor
The electric rigs and bike computers are on the latest list of Chinese imports to be slapped with the 25 percent tax
The messaging device uses a pay-as-you-go model that’s more flexible than the monthly contracts required by other companies
Gear companies like Arc'teryx and Gore are desperately seeking ways to enter the approximately $15 billion market. They're making headway, but distributors say they still have a lot to learn.
The family of three watches gets even fancier navigation features, and the 5X Plus gets a pulse oximeter
The textile company launched its Power Fill last year with 80 percent recycled material. Now it’s gone 100 percent.
We got our hands on the British cycling brand’s new commuter gear, which is designed with your gadgets in mind
It's smaller and lighter than its predecessor but still ready to handle the toughest high-alpine conditions
Judy Gross started LightHeart Gear out of her house in 2006. Today, her shelters are favorites of thru-hikers across the country.
Our favorite ultralight filter gets a welcome upgrade
The company behind the smart bike helmet just launched a watch. Here's our take.
The founder of the Boulder Running Company is opening a new store and merging it with his physical therapy business
With the X, the company refreshes its flagship device
Jackets are getting trimmer and thinner. Are the weight savings worth the money?
The new collection is durable and ready to haul, with an emphasis on comfort and easy access
With Yeti in the hot seat over a feud with the NRA, competitors are jumping at the chance to win over new customers by declaring their allegiance to the Second Amendment
This palm-sized satellite device enables you to send and receive messages (and call for rescue) right from your cellphone
Some cut down on waste. Some funnel proceeds to environmental organizations. Some are green literally and figuratively.
Brands got creative with their special-edition footwear for this year's race
Littlest Sidekick Outfitters will launch with a line of kid-specific base layers, which parents will be able to return for a discount toward the next size
And it's Alex Honnold-approved