The answer: history.
The number of rings on the headphone jack matters a lot.
Packs designed for hiking, mountain biking and snow sports often include this clever touch.
Turns out where your car’s wheel is has an awful lot to do with people’s tendency to be right-handed.
Your athletic shoes likely have an extra lace eyelet, and you might not know how to use it correctly… until now.
For starters, the US government says so.
It could save your behind in the backcountry — or at least help you keep your pants up.
The Gear Patrol Podcast Episode Thirteen – Listen Now
Geeking out on the sounds of coasting may forever change the way you look at — and listen to — your bicycle.
Keeping your watch's serial number private is probably a good idea. Here's why.
And what on earth is a 45-minute counter used for?
This technique is jaw-droppingly fast.
The little V at the neck of your favorite sweatshirt has a long history and it’s more than just for looks.
The reason is quite simple, somewhat ironic and definitely outdated.