Top Camera Ski Goggles

Just when you thought technology could not advance beyond tablets and smartphones, genius minds have learned how to integrate technology with sport gear. No longer do skiers need to strap a camera to their helmet, but shortcut to a push...

Anti Theft Bicycle

Here’s one response to bike theft. You can’t even jack the lights off this rig. From transporting beer to picking up chicks after dark, this bike meets all your urban cycling needs and still looks good enough for spinning through...

Review: OluKai Holomua

To start this review, first off I’d like to say that I’m not a big sandal guy. I own several pairs of sandals but I don’t wear them often for various reasons. Here’s why I converted.  Functionality ★★★★★ Again, I’m not...

Mom: My First Running Partner

Long before I met my husband, I had other partners in life. No, I’m not talking about old boyfriends, I’m talking about running partners. It dawned on me recently that in just a few short months, I can truthfully say...

Amazing Outdoor Events in May

Wings for Life World Run | May 4 | Across the World 136 Nations, 34 race tracks, 13 time zones, one incredible race; that is the tagline for this year’s Wings for Life World Run, and it lives up to its lofty goals. Taking...

Review: K2 Superstitious 84 Skis

The new K2 Superstitious is classified as a woman’s’ ski. So, The Wife is giving me her input, not only because she’s the one using them, but because I’ve only seen them perform from behind. She flat out flies on...

Review: Granite Gear Kahiltna 29

Review: Granite Gear Kahiltna 29

Functionality ★★★★★ The Kahiltna 29 is the quintessential multi purpose backpack. This pack will function optimally in a variety of situations. I like products that have the ability to kill two birds with one stone, and the Kahiltna 29 nailed it! Many...

Review: Solomon XPro 80 W Ladies Ski Boots

The Salomon X-pro 80 is a ladies boot with a bad attitude. Yes, The Wife’s boots look meaner than mine which is fitting because once on the mountain, she scares the heck out of me. This Beauty is a Beast...

This Week in Outdoor Policy – April 25th

  What good is new gear if you don’t have anywhere outside to go use it? Tom Flynn tracks policy related to recreation and conservation for the Outdoor Alliance. Most Fridays, he summarizes the week’s top outdoor policy related headlines. With questions, news...

Chainless Bike from BYGEN

Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. Seriously, what have we accomplished here? The bicycle chain has an efficiency of nearly 99%. I have a hard time believing that this death trap built with oversized watch parts can produce...

Swedish Dude Shredding Some Grass

I typically try to avoid grass and rocks. This crazy Swede seams to be avoiding the snow! I don’t technically speak Swedish, but I did my best to translate the dialog. Guy in yellow: Whoooooohoooo! Guy in blue: Ahhhhh ah...

This Week in Outdoor Policy – April 18th

What good is new gear if you don’t have anywhere outside to go use it? Tom Flynn tracks policy related to recreation and conservation for the Outdoor Alliance. Most Fridays, he summarizes the week’s top outdoor policy related headlines. With questions, news tips...

Ask Gearographer; Don’t Get Lost

Dear Gearographer, I’ve learned over the last few years that if there’s one thing I’m really good at it, it’s getting lost. Even with my smartphone, I still find myself getting a little worried when I decide to go out...

The Drunk Heel Hook

Don’t you just hate it when someone sends that route you’ve been stuck on, making it look super easy? I know I haven’t ever climbed with this guy’s blood alcohol level before, but I can identify with the shame that...

Best Outdoor Events for April

The month of April is a time of transitions. From snow to sun, from early sunsets to early sunrises, from winter to spring. Luckily, for the adventure enthusiasts that means an array of options for the weekend and lifestyle pursuits....