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Starlink promises to bring high-speed internet to rural and remote areas currently underserved by wired internet. Naturally, we had to test it.

Across the country, hard-to-nab spots are sitting vacant. How do we make sure these coveted spaces aren’t going to waste?

I was a lifelong glamping skeptic, but after seeing how much my four-year-old enjoyed the comforts of a Stella Bell tent, I’ve given up on the hate. We’re glampers now.

Enzy campers are huge—which makes them extremely popular among hunters. But Bryan Rogala thinks the space inside an Enzy is a blank canvas perfect for a variety of adventure sports.

Winter after winter, Outside contributor Kaelyn Lynch had trouble keeping her lower body warm. Until she stumbled onto a pair of puffy pants—then her whole world changed.

Bryan Rogala introduces his latest project: a four-season truck camper he’s turning into the ultimate ski-camping rig

“Compact enough to stow in a tote for most outings, the Bestie is durable and affordable,” wrote Gift Guide contributors Gabriela Aoun and Joe Jackson about the Bestie blanket, which is currently available at the Outside Shop. (New and existing Outside+ members receive an annual $50 credit to the Shop—…

Is it possible to add heat to normal tent efficiently and effectively—without starting a fire? I spent the past two years finding out.

Bryan Rogala takes a Dave and Matt Van for a spin

Taxa is known for building small, lightweight trailers with a NASA-like design, and the Mantis is the largest version it offers

“Without a doubt, the Stargaze is the most comfortable camp chair I have ever tested,” wrote our Gear Guy, Joe Jackson in his review of camp chairs made for serious relaxation. “More like a mini-hammock than a chair, it swings effortlessly and reclines easier than a La-Z-Boy.”…

Columnist Wes Siler crowned the FirePit the best portable grill ever. It works as both a fire pit and an efficient grill, thanks to the fan that makes the pit run “virtually smokeless,” Siler wrote. “With the fan running on high, the entire thing went from cold to ready-to-sear…

If trail weight is an issue, you can’t beat Hydro Flask’s Trail Series bottles, which are 25 percent lighter than their original versions. They’re still double-wall insulated to keep beverages cold for hours. You can fit two pints in their larger, 32-ounce bottle making it perfect for a happy hour…

Bryan Rogala’s friends Ben and Sasha built a van loaded with some ingenious features that make life on the road a breeze

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