Great bikes are the bikes that fit your life. See how our gear director has tailored his Surly Bridge Club to meet his needs in this episode of the Gear Shed.
In this episode of the Gear Shed, associate gear editor Kelly Klein shows us her pre-tour routine
Insulated pants are a fun and comfortable alternative to heavy and restrictive base layers
With a few specific products, paired with clothes you already own, you’re on your way to a rip-roaring good time
I never hit the road without these items
Memories outside with your family are priceless. These simple items will help ensure that they happen.
In this episode of the Gear Shed, Outside associate gear editor Kelly Klein walks you through her favorite ski waxing products
After years of testing gear in the field, Outside senior gear editor Ariella Gintzler shows us her favorite layers
Know the risks, the terrain, and the gear you need before your maiden voyage into the backcountry
Season Equipment is trying to break the cycle of new gear every year
As summer gives way to fall, these are the items that our staff has been reaching for time and again
You're never too old—or too good—to brush up on your technique
There's a reason everyone's been wearing them the past few months
Follow these steps to spend less time stressing over the details and more time on the trail
As the country faces meat shortages, it's a good time to experiment with vegetarian or vegan eating. Here's how to start.
These are the tools you need to get started
You can still get outside and go for a long, isolated jog. Here's how to layer right.
Learn how to degerm your plastic, rubber, or microfiber mat
Coalatree claims its new windbreaker has "self-healing technology." Does it actually work?
Editor Jeremy Rellosa talks about when it's time to replace your climbing rope, quickdraws, harness, climbing shoes, and helmet
Make your favorite pieces last longer with these quick stitches
As told by Emily Clausen, Outside's email marketing specialist and a former culinary chef
Give an old tent new life with at-home fixes
Fixing it yourself is a cheaper and faster solution than waiting for a gear shop to do the job
You don't need mountain trails out your door to get your boots ready for a big hike
Gearing up for a trip to Italy, Outside assistant editor Kaelyn Lynch gathered some popular travel accessories to put to the test
Putting away your equipment correctly will allow it to last for years to come.
Two Outside gear editors go head to head in a contest to see who can set up the new Oru Inlet kayak fastest
Gear editor Jeremy Rellosa talks us through his two-week test of blue-light-filtering glasses
Step one is pretty damn simple: dry the thing
The secret? Wash it regularly.
Making the decision to start a thru-hike can be daunting, so let us show you what gear you should take
The answer isn't just throwing everything in your backpack all at once. Here's the right way to pack for a long haul in the wilderness.
Thinking about tackling the big thru-hike? Consider these four things first.
A Rubbermaid bin stocked with everything you need for camping is one of the best ways to organize your gear
Adjusting your pack seems like it should be simple, that is until you're struggling down the trail after not correctly dialing in the fit