This giving Tuesday you may want to consider giving to the planet through Climate Neutral. This new company works with businesses to evaluate their carbon footprint, reduce their carbon emissions and offset the rest. Now, through a Kickstarter campaign, they are also offering a way for individuals to offset their carbon footprint for the year. Read more ›
Presented by Looking for a killer gift for that skier in your life? Here is a sampling of gear that will not disappoint any skier on your list. This isn’t a listing of novelty items or throw-away junk that will find its way to the donation bin before it ever sees the hill; this is Read more ›
For a real knife and tool-hound like myself, the anticipation for the new Leatherman “Free” series of multitools was almost too much to bear. After all, I’ve known “a new and revolutionary” tool series was coming from Leatherman for three years now, but was given very little detail. Then, in January, when SHOT show came Read more ›
I try and find myself without cellphone signal as often as possible — it’s kind of the point of getting out in the wilderness. Leaving the fast-paced, tech driven world we live in behind for some peace and nature is restorative, but the potential is there to face a life and death emergency and be Read more ›
iKamper launched in 2017 with a blockbuster kickstarter campaign for their rooptop tent, the Skycamp. Building on the success of their crowdfunded Skycamp, iKamper is back with a softshell hybrid rooftop tent. The new X-Cover features a roomier interior (sleeps 3-4), lighter weight design (104lbs), and the ability to load gear on a crossbar rack Read more ›
Presented by Columbia Bugaboo II Fleece Interchange 3-in-1 Jacket Portland’s own Columbia Sportswear is celebrating it’s 80th anniversary this year, and their dedication to keep him “warm, dry, and protected” is at the core of their products. The original Bugaboo jacket was introduced in 1986, and put Columbia on the map. This, updated version, incorporates Read more ›
IMPORTANT: You should always carry an avalanche beacon, shovel and probe when travelling in avalanche terrain and know how to use them. Backcountry travel requires an acceptance of the risks involved (avalanches are not the only danger) and implies a willingness to take responsibility for educating oneself about these dangers and ways to mitigate them. Read more ›
There are plenty of reasons to have a satellite communicator, but most options have been downright expensive. There were annual plans, activation and suspension fees, auto-renewals and that was on top of the hundreds of dollars spent to purchase the device. So basically, unless you were a guiding outfit, a professional explorer, or a hard-core Read more ›
Revant Optics, founded in 2010 to produce replacement lenses for sunglasses from Adidas to Under Armor, has launched its own line of sunglasses today on Kickstarter. True to their roots the new line is designed with the ability to easily replace pieces as they wear, break or scratch. And with performance sunglasses priced at higher Read more ›
This stuff is obviously made by and for runners.
This gluten-removed brew is tasty and stood on its own as good, quality beer.
Traditionally, spey casters used the two-handed casting technique to target hard-to-reach fish like salmon and steelhead in broad, tree-lined rivers. Those fish tend to run deep, requiring the use of big, heavy flies swung in front of the fish. Spey casting helps anglers cast those heavy flies a great distance when there’s little or no Read more ›