I’m always skeptical when someone says they’ve got the most comfy shoes for travel ever. But Arcopedico has turned me into a believer.
On the rocky trail in Kenai Fjords National Park, there were plenty of roots to climb over and even a 20-foot scramble up and down some rocks. I was really glad on that hike and others for my Keen Terradora hiking boots
The idea: a cooler that would take all the abuse you could give it on an outdoor adventure that wouldn’t break. That’s why YETI is the go-to brand for so many outdoor enthusiasts.
No wonder I like the La Reina sunglasses from Native eyewear that the company says “was designed by badass women, for badass women…that invites style to the outdoors.”
I never thought of myself as a “Vera girl.” After my passport got lifted in Italy, I became a fan of cross body bags rather than shoulder totes or backpacks.
Minimizing their environmental impact and at the same time producing clothes that look good and perform well from “trail to tavern” is what Toad & Co is all about.
The Cresta line of men's hiking pants from L.L. Bean are comfortable for hiking in virtually any weather
Forgetting an essential when you travel can be a good thing. You have the chance to replace what you forgot with something new and better
We relax when we travel by knowing our Sidekick Solution duffel bag has everything we need for a roadside emergency.
Briggs & Riley has unveiled Rhapsody, it’s first dedicated women’s collection with everything from day bags to luggage, all made of light-weight, high performance fabrics with leather accents