Now That It's Upon Us, What Are Your Zombie Apocalypse Survival Plans?

In an eerie real life version of Max Brooks' World War Z, China announced it was quarantining a town of 30,000 people after a "Bubonic Plague" outbreak. That doesn't fool us, what zombie apocalypse plans will you be activating now? » 7/22/14 3:59pm Tuesday 3:59pm

​How To Build Your Own Altoids Tin Survival Kit

Tiny, light and infinitely transportable, this affordable little kit might save your life in an emergency. Here's how to build your own mini survival kit and how to use the stuff in it. » 7/22/14 3:21pm Tuesday 3:21pm

Hands On With The World's First HUD Motorcycle Helmet

With a 180° rearview camera, Bluetooth and futuristic styling, Skully Helmets is bringing a fighter pilot-style Heads Up Display to your everyday motorcycle ride. We're the first publication to experience Skully in the real world. » 7/22/14 11:45am Tuesday 11:45am

Adventure Tested: Whistle, A Fitness Tracker For Your Dog

Whistle is a new, collar-mounted activity monitor for your dog, allowing you to track exercise, food, medication and other parameters whether you're with them or even when you're apart. » 7/21/14 1:45pm Monday 1:45pm

A Tent With Built-In LED Lighting Eliminates Midnight Flashlight Hunts

If you're sleeping out in the woods, and suitably far enough from civilization that you wake up in complete darkness, finding your flashlight to investigate a noise outside your tent can be all but impossible. So tent-maker Big Agnes has announced a new line of temporary abodes featuring LEDs built-in to the… » 7/17/14 8:45am 7/17/14 8:45am

​Rafting America's Most Difficult River

With 15 class V rapids in under 9 miles, Cherry Creek and the Upper Tuolumne River are considered the most technically challenging rafting river in the country. Last weekend, we ran it. Here's how you can too. » 7/16/14 11:00pm 7/16/14 11:00pm

​How San Francisco's Clean Drinking Water Destroyed The 2nd Yosemite

Did you know Yosemite Valley used to have an identical twin? It was dammed in the early 1900s to provide San Francisco with water it relies on to this day, but recently, conservationists have been calling for its restoration. » 7/15/14 7:20pm 7/15/14 7:20pm

Adventure Tested: Mountain Hardwear Mtn. Speed 32 Sleeping Bag

Planning a fast and light cold weather adventure? The Mountain Hardwear Mtn Speed 32 employs a new type of nylon to become the lightest sleeping bag capable of keeping you warm in freezing weather. » 7/14/14 1:38am 7/14/14 1:38am

​Adventure Tested: DPx Gear HEST/F Pocket Knife

Designed by legendary adventurer and war correspondent Robert Young Pelton, the DPx Gear HEST/F is a hard use folding knife designed to accompany you through challenging conditions. Can it? » 7/11/14 6:57pm 7/11/14 6:57pm

​How To Make The Outdoors Comfortable And Easy For First Timers

Taking your friends and loved ones with you is one of the neatest things you can do in the outdoors. Who's going to believe you saw Sasquatch unless they're right there alongside? Here's how to make it easy for them. » 7/11/14 1:26pm 7/11/14 1:26pm

​Honda Just Announced The Best First Motorcycle Ever

Shopping for your very first motorcycle? Start here. The 2015 Honda CB300F promises to be fun to ride, affordable and incredibly cheap to run. It's the perfect learning tool for new riders. » 7/10/14 2:18pm 7/10/14 2:18pm

Can't Find a VW Camper Van? This Retro Trailer Is the Next Best Thing

If your ideal vacation has you cruising the countryside in a VW Camper Van, but you're having a heck of a time finding a used one for sale, Dub-Box USA might just have a decent alternative. In fact, the company's retro-styled camper trailers are probably better option than an aging VW, thanks to modern amenities like… » 7/09/14 12:16pm 7/09/14 12:16pm