Check out our head-to-head comparison of Jetboil and MSR's most popular backpacking stoves, along with a handful of alternate options worth considering.
Pampering isn't the first word that comes to mind when sleeping outdoors. That is, until you invest in a camping mattress.
Sleeping bags are great for tents, but it's tough to beat wool camp blankets when you're chilling around the campsite.
No campfire ring? No problem. Thanks to portable fire pits, you can bring the campfire with you.
A good waterproof camera backpack isn’t cheap, but it’s a small price to pay to protect your camera equipment from adverse weather.
Merrell shoes aren't always the flashiest footwear on the trail, but they’re a hell of a value for quality construction and rugged reliability.
Vaer Watches launches their first automatic watch collection, with American-assembled and Swiss-made watch models.
Embarking upon the road toward your next adventure can be as exciting as the trail itself.
Looking for a handsome home for your grooming essentials on the road? Check out our comprehensive guide to the best dopp kits for all styles and budgets.
Finding the best hiking shoes is a tough task. Not every pair of feet are made alike, and neither are your hiking shoes. By sticking to a brand with some serious trail cred, you’ll increase your odds of finding a better fitting pair.
When you’re in the market for a synthetic insulated jacket, there’s really only two choices: The North Face ThermoBall and the Patagonia Nano Puff.
You won’t find UGQ products at REI or Backcountry.com, but that’s by design. These guys don’t do stock products — everything's made to order in Jackson, Michigan.
Patagonia and The North Face are longstanding staples in outdoor retail stores, some of the few companies that you can instantly trust for quality based on the brand alone.