The Ruffwear Dirtbag Seat Cover ensures outdoor-loving dogs don't destroy car seats after a day on the trail.
Liz Thomas has completed the triple crown of hiking—the AT, the PCT, and Continental Divide Trail—and has logged more than 10,000 backcountry miles. She’s also the pioneer of thru hiking in urban environs.
Cams are some of the most interesting, useful and well-engineered pieces of climbing gear made. Due to their moving parts, cams fall into a classification of climbing gear known as “active protection."
The plethora of wearable fitness devices can make it hard for any one product to stand out, but PulseOn does just that by ditching the chest strap requirement for its heart rate monitor.
Ramen has fueled many adventures. Yet before ramen became the brittle, budget-friendly rectangle of curly noodles we love today, it was a staple of Chinese meals—basic noodles made from soft-white wheat.
Todd Wells says competitive kayaking keeps him on his toes, “but my main passion within whitewater kayaking is the multi-day exploratory missions.” See what he brings with him on those adventures!
Seldom does one product work so well for such a broad range of users. From wade-fishing anglers to mountain trekkers, to city commuters, the Hillsound Freesteps6 Crampons ($40) helps keep users upright in slick conditions.
The Black Diamond Stinger is a lightweight, 11-point crampon for steep ice and mixed climbs.
Scott’s single-lens mid-size goggle with the frame-adjusting “Fit System” distinct settings on each ...
The GoMotion Litebelt 100 is a combination light and waist pack.
The Princeton Tec Sync versatile, full-featured general purpose headlamp.
The Princeton Tec Byte is a compact, lightweight headlamp with a minimal but effective feature set.
The Kovea Spider is a remote canister backcountry stove that runs on standard gas mixes of propane and but...