Our writer slept in a camping hammock for 40 days on the Appalachian Trail. And he's never going back to tents.
Outdoor sports are tough on skin. These four product mitigate the damage.
The Kammok Rook is a quality camping hammock that goes up easily and costs less than $100. Enough said.
In the outdoors, high-tech gizmos are always superfluous. But that doesn't mean they aren't fun.
With touchscreen controls, device charging capabilities, and a sleek design, this crowd-funded flashlight just might change the game for good.
The newest full-zip jacket from Cotopaxi feels great on the trail *and* looks cool at the bar.
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.
"Ultimate Firestarter" is a bold name for a product. Our founder tested Vargo's latest piece to see whether it can hold that weight.
Want to crush on the trail this summer? Start training now.
Every year, snow sports industry leaders show off their newest gear at a show in Colorado. Our own Stewart Moore was there to test it all out.
The BioLite Campstove is a neat concept---it runs on kindling and it can charge your phone, gps, or camera. But does it work? Writer Renee Howard tested it to find out.