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How To… Clean Walking Boots

Walking  boots are built to take muddy, gritty tracks in their stride. But that doesn’t mean it’s a great idea … Read more

How To… Break in Your Walking Boots

Even great-fitting boots need to get in sync with your feet. If you take the time to break in a … Read more

How To… Choose Hiking Socks

The average person takes 2,000 steps to travel one mile. Factor in the up and down of a walking track … Read more

How To… Choose Walking Boots

Choosing the right walking boots is a matchmaking process. Your dream walking boots need to sync with how and where … Read more

How To… Protect Electronics in the Outdoors

Phones, GPS, satellite messengers and radios serve as a lifeline for many outdoor enthusiasts, while music players, cameras and tablets … Read more

Wilderness First Aid Basics

One appeal of outdoor adventure is that you get to unplug and enjoy quiet time away from the city. Because … Read more

How To… Treat a Sprained Ankle

Your ankle joints allow your feet to move this way and that so you can run along rocky trails, cruise … Read more

How To… Care for Gore-Tex Rainwear

To get the most out of your Gore-Tex® outerwear, keep it clean. The following information describes some basic cleaning procedures. … Read more

How To… Choose and Use Sunscreen

Whether the sky above is a bright blue or steely grey, the sun’s rays are raining down billions of photon … Read more

How To… Layer Clothing Correctly

When you step outdoors, the ancient art of layering becomes your smart-technology thermostat. This tried-and-true strategy lets you regulate comfort … Read more