SurviveBrad Shannon

How to not get struck by lightning

No, going to church isn't enough. Our writer asked three lightning experts how to stay alive in a storm. 

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01 Featured

SurviveKevin Linderman

Video: How to Start a Fire (Part 1)

In this three-part video series, Green Beret Jeff Houston shares the military's secrets for building fire in any conditions. 

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WellnessAlix Brossette

Recipe: Zucchini, Black Bean, and Cous Cous Skillet

This simple, healthy skillet is a great way to refuel after a workout or a big adventure. It can be made just as easily over a stove or a campfire.

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TravelMolly McCowan

America’s 5 best swimming holes

Some truly great swimming holes still exist on America's public lands—they just take some work to get to.

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ShootRenee Howard

Shooting Clays as Meditation

As experienced by writer Renee Howard, the practice of shooting clays is all about cleaning the clutter from one's mind. 

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02 Staff Picks

SurviveMitch Harris

7 must-have items for your go bag

When disaster hits, you probably won't have time to pack. Keep these seven things packed and ready in a "Go bag."

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AlpineKevin Linderman

SOG Approved: Solo Stove

The wood-fueled Solo Stove looks like the camp stove of the future... but looks aren't everything. So we fired one up to test the hype.

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EnduranceJan Bennett

Why I biked 327 miles to Burning Man

Struggling with boredom, depression, and a general sense of unease? Giant Jan Bennett prescribes a six-day bikepack through the desert.

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FishRenee Howard

Cook Salmon like an Alaskan

Alaskans know salmon, and Giant Renee Howard is no exception. In this piece, she shares three of her favorite ways to prepare the fish.

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FishStewart Moore

Tenkara fishing the Pacific Crest Trail

Guest writer Stewart Moore takes his Tenkara rod deep, deep into the Sierra Mountains.

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SurviveMatt Minich

5 ways to not die

We're into living. So we asked a guru from the famed Boulder Outdoor Survival School for his essential wilderness survival tips. They're not as sexy as you might think.

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03 Gear Reviews

Gear ReviewsMitch Harris

How to choose your next wallet

Every man needs a wallet. But all wallets are not created equal.

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WellnessMitch Harris

How to choose a camp stove

In the wilderness, your campstove is the only thing between you and a dinner of uncooked noodles. Make sure you pick the right one.

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SurviveMitch Harris

The best EDC gear for survival

Every day, we try to not die. These four items make that easier.

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Gear ReviewsStewart Moore

This week in gear: 4 solid multi-tools

The market offers about a gazillion different multi-tools. These four are a cut above.

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TravelMorris Brossette

SOG Approved: goTenna

The pocket-sized goTenna pairs with your smartphone to enable GPS navigation anywhere in the world, service be damned. We tested it on the streets of Medellin, Colombia.

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SurviveStewart Moore

This week in gear: 4 pocket-worthy knives

Pocket knives aren't just for Boy Scouts. These four foldable knives are tough enough for almost any job, and none of them are much bigger than your cell phone.

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04 Around The Web

Around the web — Field and Stream

How to Shoot Trap

Trap shooting is a great way to prepare for upland season. It’s also a blast. Read more

Around the web — Field and Stream

Video: Bear charges mountain biker

A mountain biker riding a trail in Slovakia nearly collided with a charging bear—and the biker’s friend caught the harrowing ordeal on a helmet cam. Read more

Around the web — Climbing

Check out Alex Honnold's New Van

Earlier this year, legendary free soloist Alex Honnold upgraded from the 2002 Ford Econoline E150 to a 2016 Dodge Ram Promaster. Read more

Around the web — Field and Stream

Oregon Officials Stop State Forest Sale

The 82,500-acre Elliot State Forest will remain under state management after the land board's decision earlier this week. Read more

Around the web — Field and Stream

2017's best new lures

The expert editors at Field and Stream review this year's 20 most innovative new lures. Read more

Around the web — Gearjunkie.com

This man hunts bike thieves

Combing the internet and the streets, this unassuming cyclist is doing what Minneapolis's law enforcement can't. Read more

05 Featured Products

Quilted Gray Hat

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Quilted gray trucker hat with orange logo on front.

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Black Logo Tee

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Tri-blend shirt prominently featuring the shield on the front with the full Shoulders of Giants logo on the back.

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Flex-Fit Hat

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Black flex fit hat with orange shield on front.

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06 Latest Stories

Prepare. Outfit. Experience.

Those are the three phases of every outdoor adventure, from a winter bike commute to a month long trek through the wilderness. All three are essential to a successful trip… and Shoulders of Giants can help you with each one.

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