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Behold, direct satellite-to-phone connectivity “anywhere you can see the sky”

If you don’t want your phone to ring, just turn it off

Less time digging through bags means more time nailing the perfect shot

The Outerverse Passport will offer up exclusive NFTs, including invites to special dinners and events with Biju

With fabrics created from alga, graphene, and copper, and hoodies built to last a hundred years, two British ad men are creating the apparel and gear of the future

Amid all the noise surrounding Web3, something fascinating is emerging: a new kind of immersive adventure storytelling

You’ll want to know about these earbuds

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

Our picks for Outdoor Retailer Gear of the Show flip old ideas on their heads

The Revolution Go is an ideal machine for toting your favorite records to picnics, park days, or anywhere else under the sun

We reviewed 341 pieces of gear. But these ones stood above.

This travel speaker impresses with studio-quality sound

There’s a great new wearable for every kind of athletic goal

The best gear for capturing your adventures

This portable, packable device will repel mosquitoes no matter where you take it

This compact solar panel will juice up your next long-distance trek

Devices bringing innovation to the trails and beyond

Carv’s digital coaching software uses insoles with pressure sensors to give you real-time feedback. But can it really help first-timers improve?

The star runner’s decision to be less public on the app illustrates how pro athletes have to find a tricky balance between privacy and exposure

When you’re covering 145 miles through the Alps, every gram counts

A recent climate commitment pledge among leading cycling brands conjured an unexpected feeling in our Bike Snob columnist—empathy

Something surprising is happening on the video app best known for silly dance moves: users are finding inspiration for adventure

The company’s first try took forever to release and wasn’t perfect. Will the new system live up to the hype?

When life started feeling a little stale for writer Graham Averill, he went out in search of a new hobby. He found it in his Toyoya 4Runner, which he’s been converting into his very own adventure vehicle.

Don’t assume a noise deterrent will save you from a run-in with a wild animal. Do your homework before you head out into the wilderness.

Can two and a half minutes of instruction turn you into a better athlete? Givego thinks so.

Potatoes, popcorn, paella, and apple crisp—all of these, and more, can be made using a smokeless fire pit

Starlink promises to bring high-speed internet to rural and remote areas currently underserved by wired internet. Naturally, we had to test it.

Matej Mohoric used a dropper seatpost to win Italy’s Milano-Sanremo road race, and then declared that the traditional mountain-bike component is “the future of cycling.” Here’s why that matters for you.

The phone feature can be a convenient safety tool. But for one writer, it served as a crutch for anxiety.

Missoula, Montana’s M Trail is many things. But mostly it’s just steep.

Buying a house just so you can rent it out on Airbnb is lame. And predatory.

Eco-conscious shopping is hard. Here’s what you need to know about the ten most common standards

Water-cooler chat? Make an appointment.

The Speedland SL:PDX might just change how runners think about their equipment

A disruptive startup is poised to rewrite the definition of performance apparel

The Bowhead Reach is designed to help those who can’t walk access mountain-bike trails

Our Sweat Science columnist spent two months measuring his blood sugar around the clock. Here’s what he found.

We featured this trainer in our 2021 Buyer’s Guide roundup of the best home gym gear. “Sync this trainer with popular apps like Zwift to simulate real rides or plot your own—the Neo 2T changes resistance to mimic descents and hills up to a 25 percent grade,” wrote tester…

Athletes like Mikaela Shiffrin have started adopting the training technique to increase endurance, muscle mass, and more

Make sure to order monthly and quarterly boxes with expedited shipping by December 20 to receive your gear by Christmas…

Gaia Topo lets you download an entire state map in a matter of minutes without hogging your phone’s precious storage space

Gains in aerodynamics, weight, and stiffness come at the cost of some rider choice and equipment resilience

Columnist Jakob Schiller loves the Vista for running: “They’re fully waterproof, so I don’t have to worry about ruining them with sweat or in the rain; and they never slip out of my ears or need adjustment as I bound along on trails or pavement,” he wrote. Read his full…

Contributor Andrew Skurka tested Zoleo’s Satellite Communicator last year, and he liked how it measured up to the competition: “It’s priced, constructed, and engineered well, and it provides a significantly improved messaging experience,” he wrote. (Get a free, six-month Gaia GPS Premium membership with your purchase, now through November…

For those folks always seeking the competitive edge

For those that like their holidays with a serving of lactic acid

In a year when record numbers of Americans were changing jobs, these companies attracted top talent with benefits like paid sabbaticals, all-inclusive ski trips, and free health care

Why do I feel so, I don’t know, not that great after I spend a few minutes scrolling through social media?

Whether you want to explore public or private lands, these maps demonstrate landownership lines for the entire U.S.

At trailheads and on city streets, thieves are stealing more gadgets than ever. Here’s my solution for stopping them.

Pursue your favorite activities with color-coded trails in Gaia GPS’s U.S. Forest Service roads and trails layer

This snow rocket was built for fun

There are five wearables in our print magazine, but several more worth checking out

Thanks to the app’s open diary format, a race is more than just a race—it’s an opportunity for public introspection

If you get lost or injured in the woods these days, aid might come from above—in the form of small-propeller drones that are revolutionizing SAR and saving lives

We’ve all felt that panic when you wander off trail and can’t find your way back. Gaia GPS solves this problem.

As always, Apple found clever ways to improve upon its camera lenses, making the latest iteration increasingly useful for outdoor adventures

A new app called NatureQuant harnesses the latest research to track and rate your time outside. Next up: determining how much you need.

Supersapiens’s new continuous glucose monitor promises to help athletes manage their energy levels. But can it really stave off a bonk?

The popular app promises weight loss without dieting. Then it proposes restrictive eating habits.

In our guide to bike lights, we recommend riding with a minimum of two lights at night: a rear-facing taillight and a headlight. (A front-facing one that emits at least 1,000 lumens is a solid choice—columnist Graham Averill uses the Urban 1000 for winter riding.)

Keeping our devices fully charged in the backcountry is a treat, and the Sherpa 15 is made for that luxury. “This sleek aluminum battery fits in the palm of your hand but holds enough juice to recharge a phone,” wrote tester Janna Irons.

Electric muscle stimulation claims to be a more efficient form of exercise. Here’s how it holds up.

When it comes to safety, training, and exercise, gadgets and apps can’t beat old fashioned consistency and patience

On a backpacking trip through Utah’s Buckskin Gulch with ultralight gear legend Glen Van Peski, our writer learns about the Crotch Pot, an Oscar-winning actor’s anti-snoring technique, and that there’s a whole lot of shit you don’t need when you’re on the trail 1,000 miles from home

The later moon missions didn’t grab as much attention as the first landing in 1969, but they had something very cool on the gear front: the lunar rover, a lightweight go-kart that gave crews unmatched mobility on another world

We’ll be combing the site for the steepest discounts, so you don’t have to

We gave these buds a Gear of the Year award in our 2021 Summer Buyer’s Guide. “What puts these over the top is the extra bass,” wrote tester Will Palmer. “Without crowding out high and midrange notes, the rich, undistorted low-end sound simply makes your music livelier,…

The former Harvard rower is making the most of a six-month sabbatical from his new job at Zwift

We featured the Yeti 150 in our 2016 roundup of road trip essentials. “The 12-pound, toaster-size Yeti 150 offers USB, 12-volt, and AC ports. Wall-charge it before your trip, and connect Goal Zero’s solar panels to keep it humming for days on end,” wrote our tester.

The $50 Leatherman Bond is a throwback to the company’s original Pocket Survival Tool

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