Gear editor Emily Reed walks us through the clever features of the Moon Bouldering Bag.
Days after the big-box retailer announced its new Premium Outdoor Store, at least five brands have dropped from the site
Yesterday, the big-box retailer launched a new gear site with Black Diamond as one of its featured brands, allegedly without permission
Save your climbing hands with these four salves
The first of its kind, the Revo is a belay device with a true auto-locking mechanism.
The writer and film producer reveals her favorite tried-and-true women’s gear for the crag
From hemp oil to ginger tea to earplugs, here’s what the climber and BASE jumper can’t live without
Gary Rall opened a rock gym 29 years ago. Then he helped invent indoor climbing.
Black Diamond just dropped the best product launch joke of all time.
Welcome to professional climber Cedar Wright’s Boulder gear shed, or, as he calls it, his “discombobulated junk show.” It’s also an adventure athlete’s paradise packed into a one-car garage that’s bursting with ice climbing, paragliding, big-wall climbing, and biking equipment stacked in neat—and not so neat—piles.
Pinches. Slopers. Jugs. Baby heads? Ever stop to wonder who makes the holds bolted to the wall at your local climbing gym? These guys do.
Some people throw their gear in a corner of the garage. Others have dedicated gear rooms that are so stacked and organized they look like retail shops. We asked our Instagram followers to submit photos of their tricked-out storage spaces. Here are our 12 favorites.
Fashion meets performance in these retro-inspired kicks
Most ice axes are made from metal—and for good reason. But last month, the geniuses at Furnace Industries launched their new wooden tool that’s as strong as it is pretty. While you may be tempted to just hang it over the fireplace, please don’t.
An increasing number of well-designed tools help rock climbers train more effectively
Patagonia's Jenna Johnson is on a mission to get women into high-tech gear that can take on real adventures.
The outdoor adventure company doesn't do girly. Their new women's gear is designed for adventurers, explorers, and athletes who play in the mountains for a living. Not surprisingly, the apparel works pretty well for the rest of us, too.