Three new options—in a panoply of sizes—nail women’s fit and performance
You wear them all day every day. They should be comfortable.
The pro climber recommended her go-to pieces, and then our writer tested them to find gear that's flattering and durable
Five testers brought 20 pairs of underwear around the world. Here are their favorites.
Stretchy, durable, and stylish—these jeans are a wardrobe staple
Judy Gross started LightHeart Gear out of her house in 2006. Today, her shelters are favorites of thru-hikers across the country.
The North Face's newest running tights use eye-tricking patterns to make women look taller and slimmer. Do they work?
Tough and functional for those long days on snow
These pants prove that performance materials can look good too
From technical, three-layer shells to casual flannels, Basin and Range makes clothes designed for an adventurous lifestyle
Your old Carhartts are now fashionable, and outdoor brands are taking note
They hit the sweet spot of warmth and wicking, with zero chafe
After a full summer of testing, we found great-fitting bottoms that come in short and long lengths and play just as hard as we do
In Guadalajara, mariachi echoes through the streets, tacos are a staple provision, and barrels of tequila are made at the nearby Patrón Hacienda.
Layer up with this kit to stay warm, and happy, on your ride into work.
The six swim trunks you should be wearing this summer
Ingenious solutions to make the season's simplest sport even better
Climbers love them, and we ran a half marathon in them to prove that you should, too
These 15 progressive companies are making sustainable clothing that looks as great as it wears.
Don’t just throw money at the problem. Master layering—yes, even for summer!—and the outdoors will never be the same.
Some companies claim that their clothing can make you burn extra calories. Don't believe the hype.
First things first: your pack will be heavier. You’ll be packing more food, fuel, and layers. As for shelter, if you’re not expecting high winds or heavy snowfall, you probably don’t need to upgrade to a four-season tent; a sturdy (read: not ultralight or mostly mesh) three-season model should see you through.