Drawing influence from the U.S. military's M-1965 Field Jacket, the Langly Field Jacket is a rugged, all-weather cargo coat built to endure the elements while also offering security and convenience for the modern traveler.
Your commitment to biking instead of driving is saving the planet, but who's there to save you from the motorists on the road? Here to answer that question is Blinkers, the "complete smart lighting system for cyclists."
Spot X is the new satellite messenger device that allows outdoor enthusiasts to send two-way messages from remote places, as well as send an SOS alert, without the need for cellular service.
Campnab is a new website that monitors a user's favorite campsites and will alert them when vacancies become available and alert them via text message to let them know they should book the spot they are looking for.
The Cowboy bike purports to be the new standard in ebikes, and unlike its compatriots and competitors, doesn't actually look like an electronic piece of machinery. Rather, it just looks like a bike.
Take your kitchen with you into the great outdoors.The Aquaforno II is the world's most versatile outdoor cooking stove. Bring it all or just the parts you need with the double bag backpack system.
Swagtron announced the addition of three new affordable ebikes to its lineup, including two folding models and a fat bike aimed at the youth market, all of which sell for less than $850.
Whether you’re seeking motivation or you’re a fitness buff who wants kickbacks for working out, Sweatcoin is a great way to earn rewards for staying active. But what is Sweatcoin exactly? We've broken down all the...
Ever wanted to listen to a livestream of deep sea sounds from a microphone located 3,000 feet beneath the ocean surface, 18 miles off the coast of California? Today's your lucky day.
Picture Organic Clothing has a brand-new wetsuit that is being heralded as the eco-friendliest wetsuit ever, and is made of a "sustainable and responsible alternative" to neoprene.
Revant Optics is looking to keep sunglasses from going into the landfill by introducing a line of performance eyewear that is modular, allowing owners to replace broken or damaged parts without throwing them away.
The Tipoon is an incredibly small camping trailer that can expand to a surprisingly large size when reaching the campsite, transforming into a full-fledged mobile living pod with the push of a button.
No matter if you're a leisurely or aggressive rider or desire clipless over flat pedals, we've hand-picked the best mountain bike pedals you can buy. With options from Shimano, Deity, Crank Brothers, and more, all you need...
Newly launched on Kickstarter, the Tennibot is a new robot that can be used on the tennis court to automatically retrieve tennis balls, saving time and effort by players, coaches, and tennis pros who usually have to do...
Fans of bike-sharing schemes now have more ebike options if they find themselves in San Francisco. Following in the footsteps of Jump, Ford GoBike this week introduced 250 electric-powered bicycles to its fleet in the city.
Looking for a gizmo that can help you charge your phone while on the go? Here, we've outlined the best solar chargers on the market, whether you're looking to charge your phone once, twice, or three times over.
BMC Switzerland has brought its line of high-performance ebikes to the U.S. for the first time, introducing the Speedfox Amp and Trailfox Amp models, which blend traditional mountain bike designs with ebike components.
Adidas' AM4NYC is the latest robot-made shoes from its automated Speedfactory. Besides high-tech components, it was developed using athletes' performance data, and it's how shoes could be made in the future.
K-Swiss partnered with esports team Immortals to create a new sneaker aimed at pro gamers and is even planning to design a new sneaker which will offer "performance-enhancing" elements, such as keeping gamer feet cool.
Whether you're riding around town or down the trail, the Summers Pass Riding Collection offers the technical apparel you need to stay cool and comfortable this summer, featuring merino wool blended with synthetic fibers.
Cycling software and trainer manufacturer Bkool has created a new indoor smart bike that combines its popular software with a high-tech fitness machine that can automatically provide resistance to simulate virtual routes.
Here's a particularly tangible effect of climate change -- if you hate flying in turbulent weather, you may need to buckle your seat belt with much more frequency.
Smith Island Cake stands tall, smoothly coated in chocolate icing -- no swirls, no rosettes, no bling. Sliced and plated it reveals its genius: pencil-thin layers of pale cake, stacked and spliced with ample icing. It's delicious. And mysterious.
For all you perpetually time-zone-confused, out-of-suitcase living, constantly jet-lagged frequent flyers, there may just be a light at the end of your runway.
All living things have within them a basic ability to restore, repair and heal their bodies -- but what if non-living things could restore and repair themselves too?
If you've been thinking about heading to New York City's Museum of Modern Art with the intention of using your selfie stick to grab a shot alongside Pollock's One: Number 31, 1950, forget it – articulated monopods are now banned.
Later this year, citizens of Ireland will be able to buy an official passport-style identification card that uses a selfie for the photo.
Want fast Wi-Fi speeds at 35,000 feet? Get on a Virgin America flight. The carrier announced that it is the first to offer the faster ATG-4 inflight Wi-Fi service from Gogo across its entire fleet.
The holidays are a hectic time for airlines and airports, as they try to deal with the large influx of people visiting loved ones. The last thing anyone wants happening is some sort of security glitch that will ruin their holiday.
Copyrights probably aren't the first thing you think about when you're on vacation in Paris, but it turns out that some landmarks, like the Eiffel Tower, are actually protected by copyright laws.
Although pretzels and leg room may be shrinking, one amenity the airline industry offers has been growing: tech in the air.
Dubbed by its owner as “the world's first smartship,” Royal Caribbean's newest cruise ship could be just the ticket for tech fans keen to indulge their passion while sailing on the high seas.