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Backcountry's inaugural class of Breaking Trail athletes is focused on increasing diversity in the outdoors

The online retailer will expand the size of its physical retail footprint with two new shops in Utah and Colorado

In order to make amends, the online retailer is now promising to help companies impacted by their legal action

The sheriff's office reportedly put the brand's corporate headquarters and the executive's house on a property watch list

Now that he has dropped outstanding litigation and fired the law firm, Jonathan Nielsen is taking action to make reparations with companies who faced legal action

Businesses say they were bullied. Jonathan Nielsen says he did not see the backlash coming and that because of it, Backcountry is rethinking the way it protects its trademark.

The man behind the thriving online outdoor retailer lived a life as adventurous as his customers combined

The company's Gearheads talk to millions of customers every year, so they decided to do something with their feedback—make their own gear

Put your money where your heart is. If you like to play the stock market, and you believe in the economic strength of the outdoor industry, why not invest in one of these publicly traded outdoor companies?

Is it possible to get a better customer experience on a website than in a shop? Backcountry.com says yes.