The Outdoor Research Flurry Sensor Glove (2.5 oz / 71 g, $40) is the warmest glove I’ve found that I can use effectively with a smartphone.
Rex Sanders illustrates how difficult it can be to make accurate product comparisons based on manufacturer-provided data.
Sometimes the best skill is humbly asking for help. Here’s a story about my experience getting unstuck when driving snowy backcountry roads.
Tides, blowdowns, and sunsets abound as Maggie Slepian and two friends tackle the quirky and challenging Oregon Coast Trail.
When we trek, we are taking the paintbrush or pencil that is the foot to the page that is the earth.
Maggie takes a look at the new DCF printing technology being used by LiteAF.
Stephen Seeber tests the infrared reflective properties of space blankets.
This gear review will cover two foot-insulation options from Rab; the Rab Expedition Slipper and the Rab Hot Socks. Both pieces of gear are lightweight options to add warmth to camp insulation, though they differ in terms of insulation level and type, materials, and intended use.
When money and conservation collide.
A winter backpacking gear list for hiking on packed-snow trails in dry (low-humidity) climates.
Rex Sanders interviews Michael Glavin, the founder and general manager of Zenbivy.
Roger Caffin troubleshoots the heat shunt on V4 of his inverted canister stove design.