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Picture Sygna Jacket Womens
  DESCRIPTION   The 2-layer Sygna Jacket will follow you down any descent. Its textured fabric with bright colors gives this jacket a timeless ski look. Eco-designed with Circular polyester, it features a 20K/20K membrane for unmatched waterproof breathability, reinforced with a PFC-free durable water repellent treatment and waterproof zips. Designed for...
Patagonia Reclaimed Fleece Jacket Womens
  DESCRIPTION   A go-to, everyday full-zip jacket made with a blend of recycled polyester, recycled wool and recycled nylon looped terry fleece. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.   PRODUCT DETAILS   Made with Recycled FabricMade of soft and warm midweight recycled wool, recycled polyester and recycled nylon blend terry fleeceFull-Length Center-Front ZipperFull-length, center-front Vislon®...
Smartwool Athlete Edition Approach Crew Socks Mens
  Description   The approach is sometimes the hardest part of the climb, but the PhD® Pro Approach Crew makes it easier with features that make every step more comfortable. With insights from Conrad Anker, it's designed for a perfect fit with added breathability. We even added an Achilles strap to provide...
Rossignol JCC Galina Full Zip Knit Top Womens
  DESCRIPTION   French fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac brings his whimsical imagination and cosmic vision to life through the women's Rossignol Galina Full Zip Knit Top. It's inspired by outer space and alpine pursuits, with colorful graphics and a soft wool build for après-ski relaxing.   PRODUCT DETAILS   Classic Fit: A flattering,...
Postcard Namcha 01 Ski Jacket w/Fur Womens
  PRODUCT DETAILS   Fabric - PA86% EA16% - 20,000mm Nylon/Elastane twill with performing membrane on back sideBreathable, Waterproof and windproofExtended weather flap over zippered front closureElongated body length – maximum coverageFaux leather piping accents on exterior shell bodyInsulated with Goose Down and Feather fillReal Silver Fox fur – Dyed, Real Rabbit...
Airblaster Classic Ninja Suit Womans
  DESCRIPTION   THE ORIGINAL Women’s Ninja Suit. This is the one-piece hooded base layer that started it all, developed to virtual perfection over the course of over 15 years of testing and abuse by our Ninja Ambassadors. If you need base layer, this is simply the best. Experience all of the...
Kari Traa Smale Loose T-shirt Womens
  Description   The Kari Traa Smale Loose Tee is lightweight 100% wool women’s baselayer T-shirt. Made from soft, smooth, non-itching wool, it is super-breathable and naturally odor-resistant. The slim, snug fit and raglan sleeves make layering for warmth easy. Flatlock seams add to the flattering look and cut out chafing, while...
Norrona Lofoten Gore-Tex Jacket Womens
  DESCRIPTION   The Minimalist. The durable lofoten Gore-Tex Jacket is Norrona's lightest and most breathable freeride jacket designed for dynamic mountain adventures.   FEATURES   Articulated elbowsAsymmetric cuffs with Velcro® adjustmentsAsymmetric longer back cutGoggle and sunglass wipe inside pocketInternal chest pocketKey-card pocketNapoleon chest pockets with YKK® water-resistant zipperOne-hand hem adjustmentPartly elasticated hemKeycard and...
Sunice Nikki Fur Jacket Womens
  Description   With a unique sheen, flattering cut and custom quilting, the Nikki Jacket turns a classic design into an exclusive look. The Luster II Japanese satin performance fabric with Thinsulate™ insulation makes for a cozy yet lightweight jacket in a longer length for added weather protection. The snap on /...
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From Sea to Source: Misadventures & Camping on the Hudson River
  In August of 2019, my friend Kirk and I fulfilled a childhood dream, paddling the Hudson River from source to sea. Growing up, my friends and I would explore my small hometown and go as far as we could get before making it home for dinner. We would go paddling, swimming, cliff jumping, hiking and occasionally jump trains when they...
Glacier Peak—Skiing Washington’s Most Remote Volcano
  Words Photos by William Woodward      Volcano skiing is a well-honored pastime in Washington. While our most famous volcanoes live in plain sight, like Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker, Glacier Peak often remains hidden but for a few high points on public roads. The fifth volcano highest in the state, Glacier is second only to Mt. Rainier in climbing prominence,...
Mountain Running in the Sierra Nevada
  One of the best parts of mountain running is when you get to walk. I’m not calling mountain running a gentle stroll, but generally, you’re not full-on, maxed-out sprinting hour after hour up an enormous rock pile. The running part is great, but the main draw is that rock pile and the ones around it. Just being, and moving, in...
“Link Sar has Been Climbed”—American Team Makes First Ascent
  Photos courtesy of Graham Zimmerman   Eighteen years after his first attempt to reach the summit of Link Sar, prolific climber Steve Swenson finally stood atop the notoriously technical peak in Pakistan’s Karakoram. He was joined by alpinists Mark Richey, 61; expedition leader Graham Zimmerman, 33; and Chris Wright, 36. In an endeavor that was uncertain right to the last moment,...
A Guide to Thru
  Written by: McKenzie Barney   New Zealand’s Te Araroa Trail is the world’s newest long-distance thru-hike. Stretching 3,000 km from Cape Reinga, at the top of the North Island, to Bluff, at the bottom of the South Island, the TA is defined by its challenging terrain, unpredictable weather and navigational obstacles, and just may be the toughest of the world’s major...
How to Hike the Oregon Coast Trail
  Words and Photos by Laura Lancaster      “I knew you were coming.”   I had been dreading this stretch of the Oregon Coast Trail that ran between Manzanita and Tillamook since we started weekend thru-hiking (or section-hiking) it in chunks back in 2017. Heading south from Tillamook, the OCT follows Highway 101—the main artery for the Oregon Coast—for over 10 miles...
North of 60: Three Incredible Hikes in the Yukon Territory
  Story and Images by Joe Yelverton Story and Images by Joe Yelverton   The Sprinter van is packed, travel mug’s full of coffee, playlist is ready. Only 10 hours to go till I arrive in the Yukon Territory.   Despite being a full-time Alaskan I always look forward to my time in the Yukon— “North of 60” as many Yukoners call it—referring...
Packrafting the Flathead River in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness
  Packrafting opened up a world of adventure for me. Being from the desert, the idea of hauling a raft deep into the wilderness was fairly novel. But when photographer Jacob Moon and his wife Natasha invited me to go packrafting on the South Fork of the Flathead, one of the world’s premier rivers, I couldn’t say no.      Photo by...
Himalayas: Preparing for and Hiking at High Altitude
  I’ve joined friends and photographers, Dan and Janine Patitucci for a ten-day Himalayan adventure trek across the Gangotri Glacier organized by Ruck Sack Tours. This glacier is one of the main sources of the Ganges River, and one of the largest in the Himalaya. However, it is rapidly receding. We scramble over rock and rubble where ice once stretched to...
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Ski Helmet for Any Temp: Anon Merak WaveCel Review
  Unless you ski or snowboard only on mild-temperature days, a helmet with an adaptable ventilation system is a must. The Anon Merak WaveCel ski and snowboard helmet has a venting system with 19 total vents and features that keep you at a comfortable temperature no matter the conditions — think cushy, wind-blocking ear pads, a one-handed buckle, and superb breathability....
Solo Climber Dies on ‘Treacherous’ Section of Denali
  A climber was found dead Monday after falling from the upper reaches of North Americas highest mountain.   Denali National Park and Preserve rangers located the deceased climber on Monday after family members reported them missing, Alaska officials said. The climber was attempting a solo ascent of Denalis 20,310-foot summit, and kept in touch with family through an inReach communication device....
The Best Backpacking Meals of 2024
  Hunger truly is the best spice — but sometimes that trusty ol packet of ramen noodles just wont cut it at the end of a long day on trail. The best backpacking meals will serve up a gourmet dish of flavorful, nutrient-rich energy right in your dirty campground. And — they weigh barely anything.   However, if you’re a backcountry nut...
How to Grill Steak the Right Way
  What’s the best way to grill a steak? There’s no one answer, but to me, there’s always been a wrong one. I’ve long considered grilling with gas to be heresy, but it occurred to me that I’d never actually done a back-to-back taste test between gas and charcoal. Earlier this week, with very excited dogs, I fired up my grills...
The Best Women’s Rain Jackets of 2024
  There is nothing quite like getting drenched in an unexpected storm, be it at a music festival, while riding your bike home, or during a far-away trek. Not only can getting soaked be uncomfortable but if it leads to chills, a drop in body temperature can lead to numbness, shivers, or even spiral into hypothermia.   Fortunately, a diverse range of...
Cartel Crops Infest Public Lands, and They’re as Dangerous as You Think
  There are a lot of reasons why you dont want to stumble upon an illegal cannabis grow operation, according to John Nores, a retired lieutenant with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW).   Poisonous fumes could be in the air. You could get shot. You could even be mauled by trained attack dogs or get caught in booby traps....
The Best Portable Solar Chargers of 2024
  Solar chargers are like giant, invisible extension cords that let us power up gadgets wherever we roam. But they don’t just bring life to the devices that fuel our far-flung adventures. The best portable solar chargers free us to focus on the people, places, and activities that truly fill our buckets.   Our experts have been writing about solar panels, charging...
The Best Mountain Bike Gloves of 2024
  A quality pair of mountain bike gloves is an essential piece of kit for most riders. As the primary control contact point between you and your bike, finding a well-fitting pair of gloves that suits your riding style, environment, and needs is important for comfort and protection out on the trail.   With gloves made for hot weather, cold weather, and...
Timex Teams Up With an EDC Trendsetter on the Coolest Watch in Months
  If you follow EDC tools like knives, multitools, pens, or wallets, you know TheJamesBrand. In the last decade, its grown from a new company to a leader in the EDC space.   And you almost certainly know of Timex. Its been ticking strong since the 1800s.   Today, the two brands announced a collaboration with the Timex xJamesBrandTitanium GMT Watch. Envisioned by...
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