A recap of top stories for the week of Feb. 12 – 18, 2017.
Outdoor gear deals that are too good to pass up. Click at your own risk!
Want to work outside or alongside passionate outdoors people? This list will help you land a job in the outdoors industry.
These outdoors products won the most prestigious award at Europe’s largest stage for new gear.
Canada’s first pro surfer, Raph Bruhwiler steers his boat to remote breaks along the coast of British Columbia.
How much would you pay for a copper-plated, python-skin, handmade bicycle?
Shouldn’t we take a stance and kick up so much dust that they threaten to KICK US OUT?’
Start the fire with tinder in the bottom, add some larger sticks, and enjoy a vertical blaze.
Clare Gallagher won the Leadville 100 with no previous big race wins on a diet of broth, Sour Patch Kids, and cake frosting.
Members of the Outdoor Industry Association united today in a strong rebuke of Utah Gov. Gary Herbert.
Traction is not for want on a new shoe from Altra. The King MT is the brand’s toothiest trail shoe to date.
A mile from my van and with limited cell service, I confronted the essentials of life and ‘survived’ for four whole hours.
Patagonia, The North Face, 66 North, Arc’teryx, and many more brands will now contribute to Walmart’s bottom line.
Jets, helicopters, snowmobiles, ice climbers, paragliders, fireworks, and a 9,000-pound elephant made of snow. This might be the world’s most extreme theater.
Hikers around the country will tackle major trails to haul out trash and continue the ‘Packing It Out’ mission.
Petzl Introduces the newest member of the GRIGRI family, the GRIGRI+. We got a chance to try it at one of the world’s foremost climbing gyms.
From old-fashioned axes to pocket-size hammocks, our weekly peek at emerging products examines the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design.
YETI Coolers opens its first brick-and-mortar retail location, a flagship store in Austin, Texas, on Feb. 23. We peeked inside this shrine to all things YETI.
Utah-based Uinta Brewing releases specially-designed artwork celebrating America’s sacred spaces.
Today, the Outdoor Industry Association (OIA) spoke officially with Utah Governor Gary Herbert about the future of the trade show.
The drops, flips, and tricks done by these 14- to 18-year-olds are simply unbelievable.
Does living in a van 365 days a year make a marriage better? This couple gives some insight.
We packed, hefted, and hiked with the Granite Gear Crown2 for a five-month test along the Pacific Crest Trail.
East Coast Defender takes old Land Rover Defenders and restores them into overland-ready works of art.
‘Black people don’t climb’ is a phrase members of Brothers of Climbing hear all the time. They challenge that misconception with the reply ‘you can do this.’
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