Our writer slept in a camping hammock for 40 days on the Appalachian Trail. And he's never going back to tents.
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Every man needs a wallet. But all wallets are not created equal.
In the wilderness, your campstove is the only thing between you and a dinner of uncooked noodles. Make sure you pick the right one.
Every day, we try to not die. These four items make that easier.
The market offers about a gazillion different multi-tools. These four are a cut above.
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.
When disaster hits, you probably won't have time to pack. Keep these seven things packed and ready in a "Go bag."
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.
Sure, the light on your phone works most of the time. But when you really need illumination, you'll want one of these.
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.