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And everything you need to know before driving over that snowy pass

Better products may come at a higher price, but their value will serve you on many occasions, in some cases decades

Smart features make this a reliable line for the crag and the gym

Your pops is a good man. Get him something that will last.

Drying your soaked kit is the key to make it last

When in doubt, don't light that campfire

In short, it all comes down to bringing the right tools and planning ahead

From $25 to $200, these three lights rose to the top of our testing

How the Pixel 2 improves on the search giant’s original smartphone release

Lots of light for just a little $

You need only the essentials, but make sure you know what to look for

Patagonia's Jenna Johnson is on a mission to get women into high-tech gear that can take on real adventures.

Lighten up your kit for faster ascents.

Zwift's multiplayer video game platform is the most cutting-edge indoor cycling training tool we've seen.

Landing easy money to pay for adventure is a thing of the past. Now athletes must perfect the art of low-cost, high-risk expeditions to access the world’s remotest corners, and young mountaineer Ed Farrelly is leading the charge.

Five Ten’s Guide Tennie Canvas is a few ounces lighter than the original but every bit as capable on talus and techy trails.

Carabiners that use magnetic forces, not springs, to open and close

Outside reviews the best gear in the 2011 Summer Buyers Guide, including the Black Diamond Hoodwire quickdraws.

Outside reviews the best gear in the 2011 Summer Buyers Guide, including the Petzl Grigri 2 belay device.

Outside reviews the best gear in the 2011 Summer Buyers Guide, including the Black Diamond Gridlock Screwgate Carabiner.

GRIVEL‘s G20 CRAMPONS act like rigid crampons when you kick but articulate to fit rockered boots like the Mamook Thermos.