5 Things Coryn Rivera Won’t Travel Without, On and Off the Bike
The Team Sunweb superstar might be in her first year on a World Tour team, but Coryn Rivera is both a bike and traveling veteran.
Devon Yanko’s Training Setbacks Lead Her to a Leadville 100 Win
Injuries were just the most recent obstacles on the path to her bucket-list race.
Interview with Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz
The Gear Institute's skiing expert catches up with Vail Resorts' CEO Rob Katz.
Prepping for the 400 km Ultra Gobi
Ultra runner Michael Wardian talks training, gear & preparing for the longest race of his life.
Denver Is The New Home Of The Outdoor Retailer Trade Show
Beating out a number of other cities vying for the show, Denver makes room for the twice-a-year gathering of outdoor industry professionals.
Worn Wear Goes to Market
Patagonia has been pushing for people to repair rather than replace their gear for some time now. But if you must do either, send it to Patagonia to find new life, for free.
Montrail to be Absorbed Into Columbia
The popular traill running shoe brand will soon be pulled under the giant Columbia Sportwear umbrella.
Melting: Last Race to the Pole - The 'Last North' Adventure to Air on Animal Planet
Eric Larsen and Ryan Waters completed an unsupported expedition to the North Pole in 2014, filming each step of the way for Animal Planet.
Holiday Gift Guide 2015
Looking to get your favorite outdoor enthusiasts the perfect gift this holiday season? We've got suggestions for the best gear to suit all of their needs.
Dynafit Earns Certificate for Downhill Standards on Radical 2 Binding
Gear Institute Staff
Dynafit announced that its Radical 2 binding just earned a TÜV quality certificate as safety ski bindings.
Skiing & Testing in the Elks with Bergans of Norway
Gear Institute travels to the Elk Mountains of Colorado to trest new gear with Bergans of Norway.
Q&A with Cody Townsend: Making Belts That Don't Suck
Arcade Belts makes a line of simple, durable and flexible belts. Read our Q&A with Arcade Co-Founder, Cody Townsend.
The Last Hard Shell You’ll Ever Buy? Columbia's New Outdry Extreme
Possibly the biggest development in waterproof/breathable in decades, Outdry Extreme boasts sizeable improvements over traditional construction methods.
Cascade Designs Seeks Expansion
Cascade Designs (makers of Therma-Rest and MSR products) plans to expand business with addition of new facility in Reno.
The secret to a better fishing shirt? Better fabric.
Fabric technology is what distinguishes Columbia’s PFG line of fishing apparel from its competitors. Yes, other brands make top-performing clothing, but Columbia is more invested in fabric development than most.
Pressing “Reset” on the World of Multitools
Leatherman created the multitool category and now the brand is redesigning the icon tool to fit into the realities of the 21st Century.
Highlights from Outdoor Retailer — More Gear
Four days of scouring the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market trade show turned up some exciting and unique new outdoor products. Here are the highlights our team uncovered.
Highlights from Outdoor Retailer—Boots, Jackets & Gear
Dupre Solo-Summits Denali During Toughest Month
After three previous attempts, Lonnie Dupre successfully solo-summited Denali on Jan. 11, 2015. This climb marks the first solo summit of the 20,320-foot peak in January.
Enjoying crepes and climbs in the Alps with Salomon
We had come here to Annecy to check out Salomon’s new S-Lab X Alp Carbon GTX, a mountaineering shoe that rings true to those little differences you discover in Europe.
The North Face...goes local?
A locally-sourced, locally-made hoodie begs the question: Will mega-local manufacturing ever make the big time?
What Do Gear Professionals Want This Holiday Season?
People who work day-in and day-out with the latest and greatest gear certainly have easy access to a wide variety of products. So what gifts would make them jump for joy?
First Annual Gear Forum at The Hotel Telluride
Last weekend consumers were invited to an interactive Gear Forum in Telluride, CO to learn about the latest developments concerning gear needed for their all their adventures.
Are Skiers the Richest Outdoor Participants?
Of the 51 sports/activities that NSGA tracks, Alpine Skiing leads the list with the median household income of participants being $114,000 per year.
The Ogden Experience: Salewa Unveils Latest in Utah's mountains
A first look at Salewa's new gear, as well as the natural wonders of Ogden, Utah.