Judy Gross started LightHeart Gear out of her house in 2006. Today, her shelters are favorites of thru-hikers across the country.
Thinking about designing your own rig? Here are some tips from a pro.
What is it and would it really stand up to bitter storms ravaging an alien planet?
Companies making gear from aluminum and steel—everything from camp stoves to bike frames—will be hit hardest by the new tariffs, economists say
At the Outdoor Retailer trade show last month, these seven standout hiking and trail running products caught my eye
This teepee-style structure is bomber and brilliant, great for bikepacking or just regular backcountry exploring
This conversion adds serious space to the Defender 110
An expedition grade rooftop tent.
The Camper is a new hanging tent from Treepod, a company known for making super cool hanging forts for kids.
Part hammock, part tent, 100 percent awesome
The new MSR Carbon Reflex 2 Ultralight Tent weighs in at just over 2lbs, making it one of the lightest, most packable tents in its class.
Everything you need to know before you head out camping this summer
Think: A Gore-Tex jacket for your favorite hammock
Square footage and height matter. But a new group of companies is advocating for adding another metric to the spec list: volume.
We love stocking stuffers, but the big-ticket hero gifts are the ones we really look forward to. Presenting eight splurges to buy—or maybe just drool over. (Salemtown Board Co.) Salemtown Board Co. Mimosa Oak Cruiser Close to two hundred bucks might feel like a lot to spend on a skateboard,…
We asked Burner veterans for tips. What they suggested will make your stay more pleasant, but no less weird.
Pitching the ultimate base camp has never been easier. —Sam Moulton Pitching the ultimate base camp has never been easier. —Sam Moulton (Michael Karsh) Primus FireHole 100 stove There are no fancy features and few moving parts on the FireHole ($150)—and that’s…