New products to get you outside
This is the first innovation we’ve seen in closed-cell foam pads in nearly two decades
Brands need to do more to prove they're using this imagery in a respectful way—and hiring Indigenous people to design it
Brands go to great lengths to make their products stand out. Here are the five wildest examples.
Don’t let the funky shape fool you
The Zipper Gimp is a small (but important) upgrade
Essentially a three-person paddleboard base with a mesh tent upper and nylon fly, the Universe is happy on the ground, in the air, and on the water
The e-commerce behemoth is on its way to becoming the biggest marketplace for outdoor-recreation products and its influence over the industry grows every day. Is this the apocalypse for the shops and brands that have fueled our love of adventure? Or can they learn to fight back without destroying one another?
Three years after the Camber CEO Pledge, outdoor companies still struggle to find and hire female leaders. The gap is slowly closing, but the lack of focus on hiring women of color is clearer than ever.
At the Outdoor Retailer trade show last month, these seven standout hiking and trail running products caught my eye
The outdoor industry has been a fierce advocate for the now-decimated national monument—but it may have been too little, too late
Watch to see the five small brands our Gear Guy, Joe Jackson, is most excited about this year.
Six bold new products for summer 2018
The inside story of how the state’s outdoor recreation czar Luis Benitez landed the tradeshow—and how he plans to save it
Saying you care about diversity isn't enough. Seven outdoor professionals sound off on what real change means.