How could someone (or many someones) steal a single multi-ton ship—let alone three or four—without leaving a trace?
For decades, hydrogen has been considered the next big fuel source for vehicles. It’s taking time to gain traction, but hydrogen might very well be the future.
Our devices are increasingly taking us out of reality, even when we're in nature. Here's how to get back into it.
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The treadmill ruins the simplicity of running and packages the sport as a commodity
An overreliance on technology can make you slower. When it comes to training, it's time to rewind the clock and rely on our more primal instincts.
Think of MuscleSound as a fuel gauge for your body that helps optimize your diet and training plan
Sure, the fitness app makes training and racing more social, but running is meant to be isolating. The question is: Can we run without it?
A software update from the action-cam maker finally makes good use of the Hero5 Black's GPS
More companies are mimicking nature scenes in their offices. But why do that when you can just set up your desk outside?
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Your intrepid lifestyle gives you an advantage on Tinder. Now don’t blow it.
It could be the key to making the industry more sustainable, but it's also (unsurprisingly) difficult to convince manufacturers to share their R&D finds. Which is where Patagonia comes in.
A new material modeled on cold-water animals' coats could lead to thinner, warmer wetsuits.
Utah-based Mountain Hub is out to crowdsource backcountry safety
LVL, from BSX Technologies, is a wearable for hydration tracking. It'll tell you how much to drink, and when.
What do you get when you combine VR, Camp 4 Collective, and some of the best extreme athletes in the game? A series of immersive videos that could get more people into both VR and adventure sports.
These neuron-stimulating Halo Sport headphones are said to boost athletic performance
It's to be the best small, lightweight camera you can get for the money, ideal for shooting outdoor adventures when you don’t want to lug around pounds of heavy equipment.
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How an independent record label launched the first vinyl into the stratosphere
It takes more than dedication to reach the podium. Athletes are bolstering raw talent with finely tuned training plans, power-packed meals, and catamarans that fly over the water.
The metrics from your last run or ride can be—and have been—used to save lives, make cities safer, and put people in handcuffs
The next evolution of topographic maps will be 3-D interactives that show how rivers change and landscapes erode with centimeter precision
Or rather it could be, with two simple tweaks
A photo tool for your smartphone that fits in a wallet
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Teton Gravity Research took a risk with a pricey, gyro-stabilized camera system to shoot their ski and snowboard films and televisions shows. The payoff? Two Emmy nominations.
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GPS trackers and cell phones give us a false sense of security in the wilderness. And with more thru-hikers than ever set to take on the Appalachian Trail this year, we should be on alert.
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Our writer tested the ST2 for a month to see if he could ditch his minivan entirely. Turns out, the big high-voltage machine can be touchy, and a crazy useful transportation tool. It also makes late-night ice-cream runs a hell of a lot more fun.