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Make Yourself Useful

Former pro surfer Jon Rose was riding waves in Sumatra when the 2009 earthquake hit, and he spent the next decade providing clean water in remote disaster zones. Last fall his Waves for Water crew was in Saint Croix when Hurricane Maria struck, so the team did what came naturally: got to work.

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Outside Magazine
March 2018

Beyond Bears Ears

THE REAL FIGHT TO PROTECT AMERICA’S PUBLIC LANDS ISN’T IN UTAH. IT’S RIGHT OUTSIDE OUR BIGGEST CITIES

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Outside Magazine
March 2018

Get Schooled

At Utah State University, students in the country’s first program for gear designers aren’t just learning how to sew a bestselling jacket. They’re being groomed to lead the industry’s next big political and environmental fights.

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Outside Magazine
March 2018

Tastes Like Rocket Fuel

BUT DOES IT ACT LIKE IT? WITH THE ARRIVAL OF A LONG-RUMORED KETONE SUPERDRINK, ENDURANCE ATHLETES WANT TO KNOW

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Outside Magazine
March 2018

A Bit Of A Stretch

WHY WORK ON THOSE TIGHT MUSCLES WHEN A PROFESSIONAL CAN DO IT FOR YOU?

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March 2018

Double Impact

WHY WORK ON THOSE TIGHT MUSCLES WHEN A PROFESSIONAL CAN DO IT FOR YOU?

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March 2018

Too Big To Fail

FIVE TIMES THE SIZE OF TEXAS, INDIA OFFERS A STUNNING ARRAY OF OPTIONS FOR GETTING LOST. FROM 28,000-FOOT HIMALAYAN PEAKS TO THE TROPICAL BEACHES OF KERALA, THESE TRIPS DELIVER THE BEST OF IT.

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March 2018

A Different Feather

MEET THE NEW FLOCK OF SYNTHETIC FILL

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January/February 2018

Lindsey Vonn

FOR OUTSIDE'S 40ANNIVERSARY, WE'RE FEATURING PEOPLE WHO CHANGED OUR WORLD. THIS MONTH, A SKIER WHO JUST CANT BE KEPT OF THE PODIUM.

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Outside Magazine
November 2017

Leader Of The Pack

CAN WOLVES AND HUMANS COEXIST IN YELLOWSTONE?

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November 2017

Laird Hamilton

For Outside's 40th Anniversary.We're featuring II people who changed our world. This month, the consummate waterman.

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September 2017

It Just Consumed Me

”Normally, not photograph by MICHAEL MULLER something you want a shark scientist to say. But Eric Stroud is talking about his chemistry-lab quest for the ultimate shark repellent, which he appears to have found. The questions that remain: Does it work on the great white, the ocean’s most fearsome predator? And can a couple of rookie entrepreneurs get it to market?

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Outside Magazine
September 2017

Playmaker

How Thomas Meyerhoffer designs our favorite things

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September 2017

Get Stranded

Why One Couple Couldn’t Keep a Secluded Caribbean Island to Themselves

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September 2017

The Glass Podium

Former Pro Cyclist Kathryn Bertine Launched a Nonprofit to Give Female Riders a Will It Make a Difference?

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September 2017

They Like To Watch

Why Do Millions of People Stream Soft-core Adventure B-roll on Youtube?

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September 2017

American Hustle

From Breeding Horses for a Drug Kingpin to Growing Nebraska Soybeans, Two New Nonfiction Books Look at Vastly Different Ways of Making Ends Meet

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September 2017

The Ultimate Life Hack

What if you could alter your DNA profile, erase your risk for cancer, or just brew glowing beer? That’s the dream of biohacker Josiah Zayner, and whether that makes you giddy or terrified, he’s determined to take genetic engineering to Ultithe masses.

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Outside Magazine
September 2017

Living In The Cloud

How Does a Town Go From Logging and Livestock to Bits and Bytes? Tiny Prineville, Oregon, Is Finding Out as Huge Data Centers From Apple and Facebook Transform the Timber Town Into a Recreational Hub of Mountain Bikers and Craft Brewers.

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Outside Magazine
August 2017

Marianne Vos

For Outside's 40th anniversary, we're featuring II people who have changed our world. This month, the winning est female cyclist of all time. 

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August 2017

Instant Karma

Upscale Meditation Studios Are Bringing Mindfulness to the Masses. Are They Also Diluting the Practice?

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Outside Magazine
August 2017

Kyle And Rachel Strait

When Kyle and Rachel met in 2012, Kyle—a freeride phenom who won Red Bull’s notorious Rampage at age 17, in 2004—was burned out. Rachel, the 2006 junior national cross-country champion, was switching to enduro, stage races where riders are timed only during downhill sections. The pair, who married last year, found that they helped one another with their performance weaknesses. Kyle went on to win the 2013 Rampage, and Rachel now competes in the Enduro World Series. 

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Outside Magazine
August 2017

Handing Over The Sharpend

When Daniel Duane Was a Kid, His Father Taught Him How to Climb in Yosemite Two Decades Later, When His Teenage Daughter Wanted a Valley Education of Her Own, He Realized That the Old Beta No Longer Applied

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August 2017

Stranger Than Fiction

The Summer’s Hottest Documentaries Take on Conservation, Climate Change, and Doping

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August 2017

Charging Cross-Country

Electric Cars Are the Future for Commuters,but Can They Go the Extra Mile on a Road Trip?

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August 2017

Water Works

The Best Brewers Know: Good Beer Starts at the Source

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August 2017

24 Hours In San Diego

The past four decades have transformed this sunny city of 1.4 million from a lonely military hub into one of the world’s greatest coastal playgrounds. Beyond the 25 miles of beautiful beaches and killer surf, visitors can peruse an eclectic mix of colorful neighborhoods, hip eateries, and more than 114 craft breweries and brewpubs. Here’s how to make time for sand, sun, and the freshest fish tacos you’ve ever tasted.

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Outside Magazine
August 2017

Over Exposed

When alpinist and photographer Cory Richards dug himself out of an avalanche in 2011, he emerged alive but scarred—an ascendant star in a community that tends to shun the very idea that trauma can have lasting effects. As his profile climbed ever higher, his career and personal life imploded. Six years later, one of the world’s best artist-adventurers comes clean about the panic attacks, PTSD, and alcohol abuse that nearly killed him.

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Outside Magazine
August 2017

Summer Sherlocks

The Season’s Best Headlamp Reads? Take Your Pick From Several Mystery Series Set in the Wild.

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July 2017

Uphill. Downhill. I Like That.

Clever, goofy, charismatic, and fast, two-time world champion Peter Sagan may never win the Tour de France (he's not a climber) but he just might be the star who saves bike racing. BILL GIFFORD hung out with the Slovakian powerhouse in his spiritual home of Southern California and met a kid-on-wheels whose sense of fun has given the sport a much needed boost.

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Outside Magazine
July 2017