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It’s so dorky to admit you want to look hot, and even more embarrassing to admit that you want to look cool, while sleeping on the ground or hauling your sweaty body up the side of a mountain. Guilty as charged.

Dirtbags were wearing Tevas long before Miuccia Prada, but high fashion's fascination with the outdoors is nothing new

If you want workers to come back to the office, here's a thought: let them wear shorts

There’s thinking outside the box, and then there’s using the box to create something entirely new. That’s the kind of innovation Nicole McLaughlin puts into her work.

Essential gear for any type of summer travel and adventure

The fuzzy tops we’re reaching for when summer adventures turn cool

Doesn’t look like you’ll head back to the office any time soon—why not add some luxury to your home setup?

Upgrade to these versatile trip staples

Winning shades for every kind of adventure

We adore these easy breezy on-the-road pieces

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The American downhill skier may not have won a medal in Beijing, but he got the most style points by far

The versatile top is a timeless classic. These are our current favorites.

You can blame the usual suspects: the crazy cost of mountain-town housing, the corporatization of the ski industry, the Man. Or dare to believe that our hero lives on.

You can never go wrong with a classic, and that’s why we still love the Vans Classic Slip-On shoe. With simple street style and a rubber waffle sole, they’re the perfect shoe to grab and go anywhere around town. To save up to 50%, get them here.

Lenses and frames built for superior vision

Tough, multifunctional accessories for any itinerary

Cozy, stylish apparel for post-ski festivities

Timeless after-ski essentials you’ll be reaching for all season long

These layers herald a bold, new, sleeveless future

Hardcore cyclists are repulsed when a guy rides naked from the waist up. Why? During a long, sweltering summer, our writer defied the haters, risking all to bring blissful freedom to his sweaty torso.

Sleeves still play an important role against the elements, even when it’s hot

We’re eyeing these steals at Huckberry’s annual Summer Sale, which lasts now through July 26

Outside contributor Jason Heaton loves this Huckberry line: “Flint and Tinder, a collection made entirely in the U.S., enables lots of mixing and matching right through shoulder season.” The Crossback Work shirt is built from a burly looseweave twill flannel.

Our ethics columnist on the right and wrong way to share the trail this summer

These gifts will add a touch of flair to his wardrobe

Stay healthy by protecting yourself from the sun

Long trips feel easier with the right kit

These stylish pieces are ready for adventure

The CEO of Thousand shares why she feels passionate about bike helmets

The research and development designer shares her story and inspiration

Shades that’ll make you, and the scenery, stand out

Make your next trip more comfortable than the last

Whether you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime splurge or a cozy canvas tent minutes from Lake Powell, there’s something for everyone at these newly opened stays

Whether you’re in it for the aesthetics or the superior airflow, there’s something here for everyone

Tested for style and durability, these tops can handle anything coming down the trail

We included these towels in our 2018 Holiday Gift Guide. They’re made with long-staple cotton that gets softer with each wash, and the big waffle weave absorbs moisture quickly, allowing you to towel dry in a flash.

Is there anything better than a comfortable sweatshirt?

Finding hiking pants for my curvy body was a lifelong struggle, until I tried Fjällräven’s High Coast Lite trousers

Columnist Graham Averill reviewed the Midweight Slim in his roundup of men’s sweatpants: “The company took the classic, 100 percent cotton design and gave it a slim fit with a tapered leg to make a more casual version of skinny jeans,” he wrote. “The construction is a…

The gap between performance and style has never been wider—or has it?

The iconic leather hiker is now better than ever

The Boulder Chukka is a versatile everyday shoe. “They fit in at work, on a train through Europe, and pretty much anywhere else,” our columnist wrote. “Like all Lems, they fold in half so you can pack them easier, and they come with a wide toe box…

One of our favorite shackets, the United by Blue Snap is stuffed with a blend of bison fiber and recycled polyester, making it warm for its weight and exceptional at quashing odors. Pro tip: The jacket runs small, so we suggest sizing up.

The brand's ethos signals a departure from an apparel industry that has been dominated by giant shoe companies. But can it stay true to the soul of the sport?

This gear helps me plow through a day of work from my kitchen table

Outside columnist Jakob Schiller included this jacket in his roundup of his favorite fall layers. “A blend of cotton, hemp, and spandex makes this coat the most versatile layer I own,” he wrote. “The soft cotton is comfy for lounging around the house or the campfire, while…

They're tough, comfortable, and wildly useful shoes

She'll be looking and feeling good with these stylish items

We included these jeans in our roundup of retro-inspired men’s gear that we love. This pair is “not only ultra-durable but also insanely comfy due to its built-in stretch,” wrote columnist Jakob Schiller. “I’ve biked, hiked, and worked in these pants, and they look better with wear.”…

The Pile Lined Hardsole’s fluffy interior keeps your feet toasty, while the rubber outsole makes this a staple for the campsite as well as the living room.

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Don’t let this jacket’s name fool you. Your expedition needn’t take you above the Arctic Circle to warrant the nearly full-body insulative wonder that is the Expedition Long—bitter winter dog walks and snowy hikes are squarely in its wheelhouse. And like everything else Fjällräven puts its name on, the Expedition…

Warm, cozy tops for every kind of happy hour

These timepieces are ready to get down to business

Coats for every adventure, from sunny singletrack to frigid summits

Kit yourself out for comfort, no matter the journey

Shades for charging hard and aprèsing harder

A good pair of slippers can be a game changer in cold winter months. The Mule Ragg has a moisture-wicking fleece lining and durable suede sidewalls. Skid-resistant outsoles mean you can wear them both inside and outside. Don’t worry about keeping them clean—they’re machine washable.