Design and TechArchive
Gains in aerodynamics, weight, and stiffness come at the cost of some rider choice and equipment resilience
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
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
Last winter, when the robotics firm Roam released its latest version of Elevate, a revolutionary exoskeleton promising to boost skiing performance, our writer knew he had to give it a test drive. His analysis: the company's debut product is fun yet flawed—but its vision of a tech-assisted sports future will still blow your mind.
The company's library of studio exercise classes, integrated with on-screen fitness data from your Apple Watch, launches today. Our Sweat Science columnist takes it for a spin.
After this year, we can use all the help we can get
Keeping tabs on training and health has never been this seamless
These timepieces are ready to get down to business
Like always, Apple made important upgrades to its new device. The 12 Pro Max, which launches in November, will be even better.
It keeps your mobile device accessible and in place on paved and dirt roads alike
Whether you're hunting, bird-watching, or visiting a national park, the six-ounce Kestrel Glassing Systems Monopod will drastically improve your experience
The company's brand-new SB115 evolved from its super-capable SB100 cross-country model. The latest rendition is even more versatile and well suited to being an everyday trail bike for many.
From iconic brands like Patagonia to that indispensable camping store in your hometown, the adventure economy has taken an unprecedented hit. The good news: the people who created these businesses are doers, and they're putting everything they've got into staying afloat and preparing for an uncertain future.
Rose Marcario was one of the most vocal and progressive leaders in the outdoor industry
Jessica Rogers and her team make some of our favorite trail-running gear
Meet Ryan Lovelace, designer at Trimcraft Surfboards
Keep moving in all conditions
We caught up with Scarpa's climbing shoe category manager Heinz Mariacher to talk about what's next
Gear that gets better with time
Tim Fish talks about gaining design inspiration from unexpected places
John Cordoba thinks the future of bikes—and bike racing—includes e-bikes
Because you always need hot sauce
A new electric-motorcycle company is raising the off-road standard
With its impressive new 29er, one brand is increasing its commitment to women's rides