TravelMatt Minich

Our road trip bucket list

Some adventures are best completed with aid of internal combustion. These four long drives are among them.

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01 Featured

WellnessAlix Brossette

Recipe: Campfire Cherry Crumble

This campfire dessert is simple, packable, and delicious. And it's made from ingredients that won't slow you down the next day.

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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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EnduranceMorris Brossette

Overtraining is slowing you down

Train hard, play hard... right? Sometimes. Giant Morris Brossette examines the consequences of overdoing it in the gym.

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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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02 Staff Picks

SurviveJustin Park

6 ways to camp like a caveman

Sick of the gear world's obsession with shedding ounces? You'll find an ally in primitive camping evangelist David Canterbury.

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WellnessRenee Howard

Recipe: Homemade Jerky, Alaska Style

Store-bought jerky is a rip-off. All you need to make something better is a few spices and an oven. And meat, of course.

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TravelLindsay Nieminen

Jordan’s best eco-tourism (not Petra)

The Kingdom of Jordan did eco-tourism way, way before it was cool. In this piece, guest writer Lindsay Nieminen reviews the country's coolest spots... excluding Petra, of course.

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EnduranceMorris Brossette

Want to run far? Lift heavy.

Giant and personal trainer Morris Brossette explains why endurance athletes need weight training and shares his favorite moves.

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ShootRenee Howard

3 tips to stay murder-proof

Trails are usually safe spaces, but not always. Carry these three items in case they aren't.

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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

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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SurviveStewart Moore

This week in gear: 4 tools to light the way

Sure, the light on your phone works most of the time. But when you really need illumination, you'll want one of these.

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WellnessStewart Moore

This week in gear: 4 must-have camp comforts

Camping is meant to be primitive, but that doesn't mean it can't be comfortable. These four items help make any campground feel a little more like home.

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WellnessStewart Moore

This week in gear: 4 pieces of adventure skincare

Outdoor sports are tough on skin. These four product mitigate the damage.

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AlpineKevin Linderman

SOG Approved: Kammok Roo

The Kammok Rook is a quality camping hammock that goes up easily and costs less than $100. Enough said.

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BoardStewart Moore

This week in gear: 4 pieces of mountain tech

In the outdoors, high-tech gizmos are always superfluous. But that doesn't mean they aren't fun.

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04 Around The Web

Around the web — Field and Stream

25 Ways to catch a 10 lb. Bass

Killer lures, lunker lakes, and pro secrets for giant largemouthsTips, techniques, and pro secrets for catching giant largemouth bass. Read more

Around the web — SUP The Mag

How to race SUP

Five beginner tips to help make your first standup paddleboard race less intimidating and set you up to cross the finish line with confidence. Read more

Around the web — sfgate.com

Santa Cruz surfer rescues sea lion pup

"It latched its flippers onto my leg, it was its last bit of energy," Nold said. The surfer ferried the pup on the nose of his longboard to the beach next to the Hook. Read more

Around the web — Gearjunkie.com

Colo. University To Offer ‘Outdoors MBA’

Western States University will soon launch a Masters of Business Administration program aimed at the outdoors industry. Read more

Around the web — Gearjunkie.com

Eat this water bottle

Thirsty? Pop this edible water balloon into your mouth and 'drink' the whole thing—no plastic, no waste. Read more

Around the web — Outside Magazine

Meet the women who climbed Annapurna

In 1978, a historic expedition put the first women—and first Americans, period—on the summit of Annapurna, the world’s tenth-highest peak. Read more

05 Featured Products

Quilted Gray Hat


Quilted gray trucker hat with orange logo on front.

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Black Logo Tee


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


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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