Design and Tech
Nuyarn is the natural fabric heavy sweaters have been waiting for
I’m a Denver Broncos fan. I’m also an environmentalist, outdoorsman, and bike rider who lives in a world that seems increasingly choked with oversized adventure vehicles. Can I really be both?
Where did the brand known for its huge, cushy soles come from—and how did they get on the feet of Britney Spears?
Using vintage vibes, natural fibers, and old-school designs, this Salt Lake City–based manufacturer has inspired a devoted user base—and Instagram fans—all over the world
A small Minnesota company believes it has developed the future of fitness tech. Now it has to teach the rest of us how to use it.
With fabrics created from alga, graphene, and copper, and hoodies built to last a hundred years, two British ad men are creating the apparel and gear of the future
The Revolution Go is an ideal machine for toting your favorite records to picnics, park days, or anywhere else under the sun
We reviewed 341 pieces of gear. But these ones stood above.
This portable, packable device will repel mosquitoes no matter where you take it
The brand took its time entering the super-shoe race, but its new, responsive model for marathoners was worth the wait
A recent climate commitment pledge among leading cycling brands conjured an unexpected feeling in our Bike Snob columnist—empathy
The company’s first try took forever to release and wasn’t perfect. Will the new system live up to the hype?
Starlink promises to bring high-speed internet to rural and remote areas currently underserved by wired internet. Naturally, we had to test it.
Should you leave your store unattended? One daring outdoor clothing brand says the practice has boosted trust—and sales.
But is it worth the $700 price tag?
A look back at the inspiring history of one of the nation’s most iconic independent gear shops on the eve of its 50th anniversary
This small but mighty Washington-based apparel brand wants to change your mind about what a mountain biker looks like
Eco-conscious shopping is hard. Here’s what you need to know about the ten most common standards
The Bowhead Reach is designed to help those who can’t walk access mountain-bike trails
We recommended this pack for the remote worker in our holiday gift guide. The 20-liter Wayfinder is a versatile everyday pack made from durable ripstop nylon. Plus, the pack as all the tech features you need for work travel like cord organizers and padded laptop sleeves.
“Though we’ve tested pricier, more feature-rich watches, we liked the budget-friendly simplicity of the new M2,” wrote our Buyer’s Guide tester. “It provides all the data you want (heart rate, activity tracking, interval timers) without any extraneous, confusing metrics that you don’t need.”…
Gaia Topo lets you download an entire state map in a matter of minutes without hogging your phone’s precious storage space
Gains in aerodynamics, weight, and stiffness come at the cost of some rider choice and equipment resilience
We featured the Recon LT beacon in our Winter Buyer’s Guide roundup of the best snow safety gear. “The device’s ergonomic shape and low-profile harness make it comfortable to wear and easy to forget about until you need it, and the advertised 50-meter range held up during tests in…
Make like a hare in any conditions
There were so many good boards this year that it was hard to pick just a few for print. Here are the others our testers loved.
Sleek timepieces for every kind of adventure
All your exercise data, simplified
There are five wearables in our print magazine, but several more worth checking out
From campsite to nightlight, BioLite’s AlpenGlow sets the perfect vibe
As always, Apple found clever ways to improve upon its camera lenses, making the latest iteration increasingly useful for outdoor adventures
With an innovative hipbelt and pockets (almost) everywhere I need them, this backpack is a quiver killer for multiday treks
Contributor Andrew Skurka tested the Ambit3 Peak for more than 1,500 miles and 300 hours in 2018. For ultra runners and backpackers, the Ambit3 Peak excels in three important ways: its long-lasting battery, its barometer, and price. “It makes the traditional outdoor ABC watch obsolete,” he wrote.
The later moon missions didn’t grab as much attention as the first landing in 1969, but they had something very cool on the gear front: the lunar rover, a lightweight go-kart that gave crews unmatched mobility on another world
Barriers for whatever the atmosphere dishes out