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Check out 8 of the best all-mountain snowboards we’ve ever ridden.
Active Junky gear testers picked out these 12 gifts for those mountain lovers, the ones who wear everything from skirts to snowshoes in the same day.
While fair-weather camping mistakes lead to “we’ll laugh about it later,” winter is less forgiving; know where you’re going, what you’re taking, and trust who you’re going with.
We tested out the Evo4 Beacon and the Light 2.40 Compact Probe in the backcountry terrain outside of Telluride, Colorado and found there were pros and cons to both products. Here’s the full scoop:
We ran through the Basin and Range line this fall and early winter, and these are four of our favorites.
Those familiar with such sacred AM reveries don’t mind setting alarms, knowing that adventure is at its finest in the AM.
Planning a climbing trip? Going international? Follow these tips and you’re sure to have an experience of a lifetime.
Watch and share with your backcountry partners. Make sure to follow up on the five steps outlined in the film:
A basic ski wax, done by hand, involves three major steps.
Wintery conditions don’t always lend to the best photos, so make sure you arm yourself with these basic tips.
Compass fundamentals are imperative in any backcountry endeavor. Silly as it sounds, accelerated compass competence begins with a rhyme.
By Active Junky’s analysis, the biggest problem would be riding-and-eating where triple-deckers distract from traffic ahead. Or ketchup throws derailleurs out of adjustment.
According to a study fielded by the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants, five categories top the charts for most executive turnover
YETI takes us to the remote Cosmoledo Atoll to fish the GT capital of the world as well as a number of other sport fish in the area.
From Thursday to Sunday, fees are waived to let solo explorers and groups walk, pedal or paddle among windy trails and deep blue lakes.
From giant doubles off of cliffs, to triple corks off of giant backcountry booters, this trailer is sure to get your blood pumping.
Active Junky’s taking these three along for more than the ride.
Scientists at, no really, the Center for Wearable Sensors, are putting their San Diego-based brains to work on a skull-rattling problem.
From 9am to 9pm, Windy City men get groomed for whatever’s ahead in their day — without leaving home or office.
We spent three months evaluating so you can choose from the best sleeping pads possible to put a smile on your face as the golden sun rises above the horizon and reminds you that not only is every day precious, but yours to enjoy.
Active Junky puts some of the best road cycling gear to the test on one of the most iconic rides in the country: the 31st annual Ride the Rockies.
Cyclists who aren’t ready to swap out their current components or invest in a smart bike can upgrade their ride with a Shoka Bell.
This invasive East-Asian cousin of America’s aphid is wreaking havoc on eastern hemlock trees. Nearly 95% of stands in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia have been killed in less than 15 years.
Outdoor Retailer Summer Market attracts nearly 30,000 industry professionals experiencing new tech, gear and apparel. More than 1,600 exhibits filled a 515,000 square-foot convention hall and three enormous outdoor pavilions.
Five iconic brands command attention well past the Swedish borders, each with a story that supports another lesson (the third) garnered in a trip to Jamtland County.
Off the coast of Block Island, Road Island, Deepwater Wind recently began development of the first of multiple eco-friendly farms planned for New England’s waterways.
Previewed at the outdoor industry’s recent annual gathering, the Nano-Air line from Patagonia steps in where exertion is high and temperatures are low.
Active Junky testers continue to take Danner’s latest model to task across varied terrain and weather conditions.
Life was made for diving in, scrambling skyward and walking where few have tread. Enter these performance selections, suited for off-the-wall (and out-of-the-mall) scenarios.
The snowboarding legend Travis Rice is at it again with an incredible trailer that will make all snow lovers hyped for this coming winter and film season.
Active Junky watched the urban bike store near our Denver, Colorado headquarters, Salvagetti, work to bring style and substance to urban cycling.
Active Junky’s in the hunt for the five-ingredient products starting to migrate to U.S. grocery shelves.
Yes, our feet occasional slip out of Everest-worthy footwear to feel the sun and sand. And when they do? They pull on one of these new favorites.
The Mountain 600 was taken straight from the box and worn with factory-supplied insoles, standard laces and a reliance on the waterproofing system embedded in the product.
Soft white beaches and rugged limestone cliffs fringe Croatia’s 3,900 miles of coastline, which wraps along the west coast and around the country’s 1,244 islands, islets, rocks, and reefs.
Columbia’s gone big with a new line to first appear at retail in early 2017, previewed by our team at the recent Outdoor Retail Summer Market in Salt Lake City.
It’s almost show time for the Perseid Meteor Shower. But if you’re in a major city, the light pollution from buildings, traffic and streetlamps overpowers the natural and subtle light of meteors streaking across the sky.
After plenty of pre-shower fanfare about Perseid 2016, the main event is about to begin.
Active Junky’s a fan of blue skies and even bluer waters so major oil spills at sea are no friend of ours – or the Earth.
Saving a spot on an Italian beach overnight with a towel or umbrella? Prepare to bail out your beach ball plus face a fine as Operation Safe Sea cracks down on sand-squatting sun worshippers.
Watch for these five brands and their wares in coming months.
This is the face of Danner. Not one type of customer or application, but a world of wearers who relate to a story built on unrelenting standards.
Previewed at the outdoor industry’s gathering in Salt Lake City last week, the Bora AR Pack asks long-distance and alpine trekkers to, quite literally, suspend their beliefs about pack comfort.
Active Junky’s put Danner’s combination of toothy (and waterproof) traction and streamlined good looks into action in the Rocky Mountains in recent months.
Stainless Steel water bottle pioneer Klean Kanteen has done extraordinary work to keep single-use plastic water bottles out of our oceans and landfills.
For cyclists who crave technology coupled with convenience and green living, Volata Cycle’s commuter bike is a fusion of digital and physical prowess.
Kota Kinabalu is the gateway to one of the world's most fascinating islands where warm seas and white-sand beaches diminish into lush, tropical forests and Southeast Asia's 10th highest mountain looming over the city.
We had the chance to test the latest from electric bike builder Haibike this spring on the trails of Rabbit Valley near the mountain bike mecca of Fruita, Colorado.
We reveal why experts anticipate Perseid 2016 will put on its best show in years, as well as the driving force behind this year’s stellar performance lurking hundreds of millions of miles away in our outer solar system.
Jared Leto’s Great Wide Open is a 5 part short film series where Leto meets up with world renowned climbers such as Tommy Caldwell, Alex Honnold, Sasha DiGiulian and others.
Manufacturers have really stepped up their game to make racks for any sized person and any sized vehicle, be it a bike rack for an SUV, car or truck.