For the fourth year running, I present to you, dear reader, my list of life-affirming durable goods perfect for the adventurer or the adventurous at heart.
Instagram account youdidnotsleepthere reminds us that while Instagram photos can showcase beautiful imagery, they can also tell beautiful lies.
If you’re serious about coffee on a road trip, the only way to go is to make it yourself. Here’s what you’ll need to brew the perfect travel coffee.
When it comes to keeping biting insects at bay, nothing works quite as well as a liberal dose of Ultrathon Insect Repellent.
If I’m going to use a hammock, I want to be using the Trail Nest Rooftop Hammock Stand.
In this installment of Unboxed, I peel back the lid on the BivySak March 2017 subscription box.
This is what happened when Finnish coffee company Paulig asked designer Luca Zannoto to make a really tiny cup of coffee from a single coffee bean.
Check out The Ultimate Hiker’s Gear Guide, Second Edition: Tools and Techniques to Hit the Trail, the newest edition of Andrew Skurka’s essential guide, one of the best resources for long distance hikers.
A large part of camping and backpacking deals with survival, so this month Unboxed takes a look inside the BattlBox Mission 1.2, a subscription box offering survival solutions for solo campers.
We take a look at seven crazy coffee contraptions that look mighty stylish and will set you back a good bit of money—but won’t necessarily make a better cup of coffee.
Strike While the Iron is Hot: How to Properly Iron a Shirt
Lately there have been a few posts on various blogs about how a man should approach ironing a shirt. I’m here to tell you they’re wrong.
Bike Lanes to Nowhere
Sure, Pasadena has some bike lanes. But they don’t go anywhere you want to go. They are, in fact bike lanes to nowhere.
The Best Cups of Coffee Ever Brewed
Since my first cup of coffee at eight years old, I’ve gone through life drinking coffee. Here are the most memorable cups of coffee I have ever enjoyed.
Mountaineering Gear: A Practical Guide
Alan Arnette climbs mountains. A lot of mountains. So he knows a thing or two about mountaineering gear.
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Tie a Bow Tie
When I wear a bow tie, the most common question I get is: “How do you tie a bow tie?” The answer is sort of complicated, so here’s how that gets done.
Buck Rogers and the Price of Gasoline
As a kid I read that in the 1987 of ‘Buck Rogers in the 24th Century,’ gas sold for $4 a gallon. It seemed a high price at the time. As it turns out, it wasn’t too far off.