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Featured in our 2019 Summer Buyer’s Guide as one of the best pieces of sun protection gear, this hat is UPF 50+ and has a “generous four-inch brim that’s lined with black cotton fabric to cut glare and provide solid shade for your face, neck, and shoulders,” writes our…

Watch to see why our testers loved the 2017 Giant TCR Advanced Pro 1 Disc.

Watch to see why our bike testers loved the 2017 Santa Cruz Tallboy and why it won Gear of the Year in our 2017 Summer Buyer’s Guide.

All you need for city streets and wooded trails.

Go faster, train smarter.

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

Sacks for a comfortable night’s sleep, wherever you lay your head.

Own the waves with these sticks

Just add water. And, in some cases, air.

High-performance gear for trail and tarmac.

Suits of all styles for lounging, surfing, and playing

In the age of big foam, the ghost of minimalism lingers— making for versatile kicks

Essentials for wandering—and playing—in style and comfort

Effortlessly cool accessories for a day on the water

Snag that monster brown you’ve been chasing.

Get the most out of your workouts with these energy sources

Beasts of burden that shoulder the load for you

Ribs, brisket, salmon. The best cookers do it all.

Nail the shot, anywhere, anytime

A full kit for trailhead and parking-lot shindigs.

Quality gear to make you feel like a million bucks no matter how hard you’re pushing it

Five bags that are ready to take on the world.

Modern construction to help the spandex set realize high-wattage dreams.

Wrist computers finally show their style

Portable abodes for every clime

Don’t get left in the dark

Watches that mix modern technology with old-school appeal

Get low, ride high, and stomp everything in between

Capable, killer-value tools to make saddling up a bit more affordable

Taking photos shouldn’t be a chore. Make it fun.

Pedal motors give a boost to the two-wheeled commuting masses

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