A moveable cabin, Under Armour’s burly trail runner, an innovative water filter and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
In a short break from Outdoor Retailer-related products, here’s a cabin that you can drive to wherever you want. The ESCAPE Traveler is a classy and livable (if somewhat absurd) take on the traditional RV: 269 square feet of space with a cedar and steel-accented exterior, homey insulation, a full kitchen and bathroom and room to sleep six — a master bedroom, convertible attic space and a ground-level day bed. In other words: tiny houses meet trailer parks.
Boreas Tsum Trek 55
With an “around-the-world” zipper, removable handle and various modes of carry, Boreas’s latest is at home on the trail, on the way to the gym, or just on the way to work.
Renovo Oasis Water Filter
“Water enhancement”, on paper and out loud, sounds kinda silly. But that aside, Renovo’s modular water filtration system is easily one of the most compact, versatile offerings on the market — or at least it will be, upon funding.
UnderArmour Verge Low GTX
UnderArmour’s latest runner combines lightweight uppers, welded overlays and Michelin outsoles — sure to make joggers running on the trail as surefooted as your most reliable off-roader.
Black Diamond Camalot Ultralight
Climbing gear shouldn’t weigh you down; that’s why Black Diamond’s new and improved Camalot camming device is 25 percent lighter than before.
Hydro Flask Food Flasks
Newly redesigned, the Hydro Flask Food Flask keeps snacks and beverages fresh with airtight sealing and 18/8 food-grade non-porous steel.
Reviews and Buying Guides
Advice from the Crew
GP Giveaway: Win a DSPTCH Daypack and Camera Strap
We’re giving away the gear you need to equip your next adventure: a DSPTCH backpack, camera strap and keychain. Enter now.
Win Don Draper’s 1965 Cadillac DeVille from “Mad Men”
Mad Men is widely considered to be one of the greatest period dramas of all time. Now thanks to an online auction you can own Don’s car, sunglasses and much, much more. Read the Review
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