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He is a character in a video game and a National Geographic Adventurer of the Year. He co-produced the mega-hit “Art of Flight.” And last month Travis Rice, age 29, won a first-of-its-kind competition in the B.C. backcountry he helped create, the Red Bull Supernatural. We caught up with Rice for a few questions.
Portland, Ore., based Poler Camping Stuff makes retro, back-to-the-basics gear. It might just remind you of the first camping trips you took as a youth, and that’s part of the point.
Curious about the swim-bike-run sport of triathlon? In our article this week for Outside magazine we highlight a spread of tri gear for first-timers and burgeoning tri junkies alike.
For its debut race of 2012, our in-house race squad, GearJunkie/WEDALI, took second place in the tough LBL Challenge, a 24-hour event in western Tennessee. Here the squad’s Molly Moilanen recaps her experience in the event.
In homage to the groundbreaking American Mt. Everest Expedition in 1963, this spring Eddie Bauer is outfitting an expedition with hopes to summit the mountain via the South Col and the little-climbed West Ridge.
Mountain axes from Black Diamond Equipment and the paintbrush of a local artist were the necessary pieces to put together a set of wall-mountable trophies made for our new EPIC Award project.
Fine merino wool, from head to toes. That’s the proposition with our contest this week, sponsored by the sheep-based brand SmartWool. Enter to win one of 10 “merino suit” prize packages today.
A single, slender carbon pole, light fabric, and an efficient design make a new solo tent from Easton among the airiest on the market. We test the 2.2-pound Kilo 1P on a long, soggy trek down California’s Lost Coast.
Today we officially launch our EPIC award to highlight adventurers, athletes, gear designers, activists, and artists who affect notable change in the outdoors world. And the first winners are. . .
You read the headline right. Our Team GearJunkie/YogaSlackers squad last month staked its claim on a previously unclimbed pair of mountain passes in remote Patagonia. We named them “Paso GearJunkie” and “Paso YogaSlackers.”
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