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Big Innovation, Compact Package: Evolution Outdoors Ibex Hinge Release Review
May 29, 2024
Arctic Trucks and KRUG Expedition Debut Bedrock XT2 Overland Camper
May 29, 2024
‘They’re Calling Me a Liar’: Nims Purja Posts Video to Prove Foul Play Atop Everest
May 29, 2024
May 29, 2024
Big Innovation, Compact Package: Evolution Outdoors Ibex Hinge Release Review
  Archery hunting with a hinge-style release aid isn’t anything new, but the popularity of doing so is definitely on the rise. Hinges don’t fail and provide nice, clean shots time and time again.   With that said, hinge releases have been at a bit of a standstill in terms of innovation and often fall short in terms of practicality for hunting...
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May 29, 2024
Arctic Trucks and KRUG Expedition Debut Bedrock XT2 Overland Camper
  Our first taste in North America of both an Arctic Truck and a KRUG Expedition camper product was just revealed at Overland Expo West. The two companies are hopping into the consumer market on this side of the world with the Bedrock XT2 expedition camper.   Lets dive into what this huge off-grid home on wheels is all about.      (Photo/KRUG...
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May 29, 2024
‘They’re Calling Me a Liar’: Nims Purja Posts Video to Prove Foul Play Atop Everest
  Did someone cut the fixed rope used by hundreds of climbers to ascend Mount Everest?   Thats the claim made by Nirmal Nims Purja, an expedition leader who said his team members discovered the sliced rope during a summit push on Monday. Later that day, another team successfully reached the summit using the fixed ropes, leading to accusations that Purja had...
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May 29, 2024
The Backpacking Luxury Item We Can’t Leave Behind: REI Co-op Flexlite Air Chair Review
  I get it. Sometimes, it’s hard to justify packing a camp chair on a backpacking trip. It seems like a luxury item we might not have space for, choosing to sit uncomfortably on a slanting log, awkward boulder, or in the dirt hunched over our camp stove. But these days, it becomes easier and easier to justify when a chair...
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May 29, 2024
This Belgian Climber Reached the Top of Denali by Boat, Bike, and Foot
  One of the first ascents of 20,310-foot Denali in 2024 was completed in truly eccentric style.   When a Belgian climber named Jelle Veyt reached the summit on May 12, he completed a human-powered trek that had begun 18 months earlier. Veyt left his home in Belgium during the first week of October, 2022, and rode his bicycle to coastal France,...
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May 29, 2024
Blind Climber Completes Historic Trad Ascent on Devils Tower
  El Matador is a 5.10d classic endurance stemming route on Devils Tower. Many trad climbers find it challenging, but imagine if you headed up without using your eyes. British climber Jesse Dufton did just that last week, recording the first blind trad lead on the iconic formation.   Dufton led all the hard pitches, placing his own gear, and he took...
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May 29, 2024
14 Years Old and Still the King of Coolers: YETI Tundra 45 Review
  If you’re looking for the best-performing, mid-sized cooler on the market, you can’t go wrong with the Tundra 45 ($325) from YETI. The biggest downside is the hefty price tag, but for its excellent performance, reliability, and durability, it could be the last cooler you buy. The Tundra 45 is a great size for a weekend camping trip. It could...
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May 29, 2024
Famed Mountaineer Nims Purja Clashes With Nepali Govt. Over Everest ‘Rope Cutting’ Controversy
  Even on a mountain known for complex politics, the latest Mount Everest kerfuffle is strange.   It started on Sunday when Nirmal Nims Purja posted a video on Instagram claiming that someone had cut a line of fixed ropes set up by his expedition company, Elite Exped. That would be a major problem, as many expeditions share the ropes to take...
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May 29, 2024
The Southwest Outside Festival Sweepstakes
  Let Southwest Airlines fuel your VIP adventure at the Outside Festival. Head to the Southwest booth at the event in Denver June 1–2 for a chance to win an exclusive backstage tour.   Southwest VIP Giveaway: Official Rules ...
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May 29, 2024
Artisan Cutlery Satyr Knife Review: Contender for the Crown
  If you have been around the knife world at all in the past 31 years, you’re aware of the sway the Sebenza has on the knife market. It is the benchmark by which all other high-end production folders are judged. Its simple shape and strong titanium framelock have appealed to knife knuts from the very beginning.   As a result, lots of brands...
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May 29, 2024
Shaun White, Jimmy Chin, and Diana Nyad Walk into a Museum…
  Two years after retiring from competition, snowboarding icon Shaun White faces a fascinating juncture in his career as he pours his energy into a range of projects that will extend and redefine his legacy.   Academy Award-winning filmmaker, celebrated adventure photographer, and elite climber Jimmy Chin is enjoying an extraordinary run of success and also feeling more thankful than ever for...
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May 29, 2024
Summer Work in a Mountain Town: Dreamy. The Rent: Not So Much.
  I want to live and work in a mountain town this summer, but finding affordable housing is proving to be near impossible. Can you give me any tips or direction so I can turn this dream into reality? —A Frustrated Flatlander   “I came for the winter and stayed for the summer” is a common mountain-town refrain. That sentiment, combined with...
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May 29, 2024
My Husband Says I’m a Chronic Overpacker. I Think I’m Just Being a Good Mom.
  Welcome to Tough Love. We’re answering your questions about dating, breakups, and everything in between. Our advice giver is Blair Braverman, dogsled racer and author of Small Game and Welcome to the Goddamn Ice Cube. Have a question of your own? Write to us at toughlove@outsideinc.com.   My husband is an under-packer and I pack to be prepared. We have two small...
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May 29, 2024
Altra Experience Form Review: Sneaky Good Running Shoes
  Sometimes I feel bounce or rebound. Other times, Ill sense more speed from a pronounced rocker. And, of course, sometimes I notice hot spots, tightness, instability, or other red flags when I test running shoes.   Four miles into my latest test run of the Altra Experience Form —a road shoe with a slight 4mm drop —I was beaming. The sun...
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May 29, 2024
Rugged, Refined, and Recraftable: Danner Mountain 600 EVO Hiking Boots Review
  I can’t even fathom how many hiking routes have been found and peaks bagged in a pair of Danners. I just semi-retired a 7-year-old pair of the Danner Jags. There’s still life left in them. But not enough to put them through the level of abuse I used to.   In 2016, Danner introduced us to its Mountain 600 — a...
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May 29, 2024
As an Olympic Athlete, Freezing My Eggs Was a Gift to Myself
  If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide or self-harm, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline toll-free from anywhere in the United States at 1-800-273-8255, or text HOME to the Crisis Text Line at 741741.   As an Olympic hopeful, I was trained to seek out no insurance for my career. I committed to trying hard at all...
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May 29, 2024
The Best Running Shorts for Men
  Summer running can be both amazing (all that daylight!) and challenging (all that sweat!). The right apparel can help you enjoy this special time of year by keeping you cooler and drier while feeling fast and fashionable. We tested 31 pairs of hot weather shorts to find the best for your summer runs.   Be sure to check out our picks...
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May 29, 2024
Can You Name the Trails in These Historic Photographs?
  In a fast-changing world, the permanence of our favorite hiking trails is comforting. Apart from the occasional closure, reroute, or bump in crowds, most of us could go back and hike the same miles again and again, and enjoy the enduring views. But decades from now, will that still be true?   With the help of the National Park Service’s historical...
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May 29, 2024
The Best Running Shirts and Tank Tops for Women
  Summer running is both a joy and a challenge. The good news is you don’t have to bundle up and freeze until you work up a sweat—you can head out and be comfortable in your lightest, thinnest gear. The bad news is that, once you warm up, even the skimpiest clothes can feel clingy and oppressive. This is the season...
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May 29, 2024
Why Are We So Annoyed by Remote Workers in Sprinter Vans?
  Dear Sundog,   I was looping through a campground looking for a spot, and found them not only full (no big surprise) but filled with Mercedes vans whose occupants were typing at laptops, buds in ears, even a few satellite thingies mounted on roofs. In other words, they were working. It felt so unfair that the very limited number of sites,...
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