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If you’re looking to update your gear closet or maybe just spruce up your day-to-day style, these picks from our team of gear testers will pique your interest.
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Look at the world through a sustainable lens with Shwood’s wood sunglasses.
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Don’t forget to pack extra layers, warm socks, a beanie and light gloves—then enjoy some of the best fall backpacking in the country.
Take a look at these tentree tree- planting operations from Alberta and Madagascar.
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Active Junky went upstream with Boulder's Upslope Brewing to learn the origins of its craft beers -- and see how the Company's concerns for watersheds turns into tangible action.
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When you purchase a Parks Project product like a 5-panel cap, leather passport cover or park-centric T-shirts, proceeds fund preservation efforts around the country.
After interviewing Berry, we're convinced he's part of a New School movement that's changing the tide of food production.
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Both Aventura and Ecoths supply eco-friendly fashion to the casual-minded consumer with a conscience.
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Like any outdoor activity, canyon travel has its own set of challenges and gear requirements. Keep these Active Junky tips and recommendations in mind for a successful trip.
Planning a climbing trip? Going international? Follow these tips and you’re sure to have an experience of a lifetime.
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Those familiar with such sacred AM reveries don’t mind setting alarms, knowing that adventure is at its finest in the AM.
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Far from generic, Mountain Khakis blazes past the trailhead and pours it on long after the pub goes dark.
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Compass fundamentals are imperative in any backcountry endeavor. Silly as it sounds, accelerated compass competence begins with a rhyme.
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