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Changing Out the Boreas Bootlegger, a Triple-Threat Pack
The Boreas Bootlegger has one frame that supports three separate packs, each easily interchangeable in under a minute. Does it solve the backcountry adventurer's ultimate conundrum of choice?
The Complete Guide to Camp Stoves
The best stove for brewing a cup of coffee won’t be the same one you bring on a road trip to Yellowstone to feed a family of four. Consider your own specific flame-based needs and parse our guide.
Today in Gear: June 2, 2015
Pagnol's M2 Jacket, Spy's therapeutic shades, bracelets from J.Crew and more.
This Week in Motoring: June 1, 2015
Lamborghini confirms an SUV, Jorge Lorenzo dominates at Mugello, the Nissan GT-R LM starts off (troublingly) slow and more.
9 Outdoorsmen on What “Nature” Means to Them
We've asked nine outdoorsmen, from Arctic explorers to survival experts to professional photographers, about their passion for nature.
The Ultimate Camping Gear Guide
We all have different styles when we gear up for an overnight in the wild, but setting up a proper base camp is crucial to both comfort and safety. Here are all the products you need.
How to Heel-Toe Double Clutch Downshift
Just learning to say heel-toe double clutch downshifting is a task, let alone getting the feet to cooperate. But, with practice, this skill can be mastered and one can become a true driving geek.
The BMW E39 M5 Is the King of Sport Sedans
The BMW E39 M5 sits at the top of the sports sedan food chain.
Why Your Next Road Bike Should Have Disc Brakes
No one likes disc brakes, right? Wrong. Out of 5,000 cyclists in the Gran Fondo New York, a whopping 1 percent rode disc, and GP corresponded Matthew Ankeny was one of them.