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Getting outdoors in the winter doesn't have to be miserable. Here, musher Blair Braverman shares her top ten tips for keeping cozy in frigid temperatures.

The popular running lids can't always take the heat. These are the exceptions.

Running is simple, but the basics are important

Running with a stroller is all well and good in the milder months, but it takes a little extra planning to pull off in winter

20 pieces we'll be using on the mountain this winter

He's literally tested hundreds of hats, and this is his go-to

Stay cooler, prevent skin cancer

How I rediscovered the joy of trails and muddy shoes following a skin-cancer scare

At the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market last week, these five products costing less than $50 caught our eye with their affordable capability

Products we love, from camping utensils to a revamped Patagonia cap, all costing less than 50 bucks

From detailed designs to brands looking to make a social impact, these are the hats you can find us in all summer

Gear so capable, the trout will practically come to you

A 25 percent tax on bikes, helmets, gloves, and backpacks could hit the industry—and your wallet—hard

Busting people for their style miscues is a beloved pastime in outdoor communities. But in the Instagram era, the practice has us sadly all dressing the same.

We don't get the day off from school anymore, but warm clothes and a few accessories can still make storms fun

The Carhartt Ear Flap Cap is a cold-weather essential

A worthy beanie keeps your dome warm, vents sweat, and doesn't look dorky

Here's hoping my well-informed list helps simplify your holiday shopping

Frozen dome? Try one of these.

It’s allegedly as strong as a typical cycling lid, but it looks like a baseball cap and squishes down to the size of a water bottle

Your new favorite fall adventuring hats

But be wary. Not all reef-safe sunscreens are created equal.

Protect yourself when playing outside

Yeah, I'm a sucker for the latest, greatest hardcore equipment, but this everyday stuff is invaluable

Plus dos and don’ts for scoring great deals on used equipment

How people who make a living playing outside protect themselves from sun, rain, and sweat

CEO Corinne Prevot, 27, turned a high school pet project into a full-blown business

We’ve already let go of the idea that cyclists should pretend to be drivers. Maybe it’s time to let go of our fixation on safety gear as well.

A good hat will keep your kids happy on the ski hill

Rain or shine, snow or sleet, the Coal Stanley has you covered

It’s time to upgrade your gas station beanie

Stylish hats to keep you covered

Here's everything he relied on while blazing up the trail

Can hemp work harder than cotton?

You may think all trucker hats are created equal. Think again.

A time-tested piece of headwear attracts a new cult following

Innovation from the bottom up

Would you pay $200 for a Canadian tuque?

Five innovative, affordable products coming out next winter

The trucker hat is an essential piece of kit here at Outside. We use them to keep the sun off our faces on the skin track and the sweat out of our eyes during post-work trail runs. Plus, they always go well with the de facto office uniform: a flannel and jeans. Here are eight of our favorites.

Smart brands are innovating with nature’s performance fiber.

Our nine favorite caps, for the hill, the trail, and the bar

Make sure you're prepared for sun, unpredictable weather, and fish guts

Layer up with this kit to stay warm, and happy, on your ride into work.

Getting into paddling is a good call. Blowing your money on unnecessary gear is not. Here’s exactly what you need.

If you plan to run this summer, you better have a hat. Here are our five favorites.

The classic cowboy hat comes home.

Running to work is hard, especially when you have to contend with cold weather, poor visibility, and icy roads. On those days, your gear matters.

Forget the forecast. This gear will keep you moving through the toughest season.

Let your friends know you care (and didn't totally forget about them)

You'll need lots of plaid, flannel, a pair of work boots, and a cap. With earflaps.

Yes, sun hats are one of the most effective ways to prevent skin cancer. But did you know they can also keep the heat from zapping your energy? During my decade as a raft guide, I found I was much more energetic at the end of the day when I…

I ran my first ultra, The North Face Endurance Challenge 50-Mile on December 7. Save two missing toenails and a pinky toe that looks like it belongs on a cadaver, I think I am far enough away from the pain to write about the gear that helped…

When it comes to holiday giving, you should never have to choose. This year, our editors have pulled together 68 perfect ideas—priced from $4 to $50,000—guaranteed to make anyone on your list feel like a million bucks.

I can’t seem to find a warm hat I like. They get sweaty when I’m playing hard, then freeze my noggin when I’m standing still.

Frigid temperatures, biting wind, blowing snow—if you’re well outfitted, it doesn’t really matter.

Our five favorite gadgets for everything from recording splits to rocking out, including the New Balance Tri-Viz with four built-into-the-brim LEDs that can operate in three different settings; the Timex Ironman Run Trainer With GPS; and the Motorola Motoactv, a lightweight wristwatch that packs music and heart-rate tracking.

Outside reviews the best gear for the 2012 Summer Buyer's Guide, including the Arc'teryx Incendo.

Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 Summer Buyer's Guide, including the Roxy 10'6" SUP.

Outside picks the essentials for March, including the Arc'teryx Motus Crew.

Outside picks the essentials for January, including the Patagonia Reversible Flannel jacket.

Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 gift guide, including the Lib Tech C2BTX snowboard.

She can shred like nobody's business. Here's what to get her.

Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 Winter Buyer's Guide, including the Moving Comfort Rebound Racer Bra.

Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 Winter Buyer's Guide, including the Surly Pugsley bike.

Outside reviews the best gear in the 2012 Winter Buyer's Guide, including the CW-X Insulator Stabilyx tights.

Pedal there in good form with the Nobis Mr. Tight hat.

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