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You don't need big, heavy gear to pull in big, heavy fish.

This $650 rod-and-reel combination is a testament that big fish don’t always require big, heavy gear — here’s why we recommend it

Big fish don't always require big, heavy gear. Lightweight but finely machined, this Shimano reel and G. Loomis fishingrod are a testament to that.

These $140 Forsake shoes look like sneakers but are as rugged as boots — they’re waterproof, comfortable, and look great on hiking trails ...

Forsake's Phil Mid sneaker-boots are comfortable to wear for hours without getting sore arches, and made with full-grain leather for durability.

The best hammocks you can buy for camping or backyard

There's nothing like kicking back in a hammock for rest and relaxation. These are the best hammocks you can buy.
My Hydro Flask Oasis, with no more than a few scratches after about three months of rolling around in my trunk and sliding across boat decks.

I tried my best to damage Hydro Flask’s 128-ounce water jug, but it hardly shows any signs of wear and tear after 3 months of heavy use

Hydro Flask's 128-ounce Oasis is the water jug you want to take on your beach, boat, and car-camping adventures. Read the full Insider Picks review.

The best hiking backpacks you can buy

When you go on a hike, you need a great hiking backpack. These are the best hiking backpacks you can buy for any journey.

Hydro Flask makes insulated bottles and cups that keep your drinks hot or cold all day — here are the 9 we personally use and why

Hydro Flask makes durable, insulated water bottles, mugs, and containers in a variety of sizes and colors. Here are the ones we use and why.

The best hydration packs you can buy

Staying hydrated while you hike, cycle, run, or go about daily life is important. That's why we've rounded up the best hydration packs that we tested.

The best folding chairs you can buy

Whether you need a folding chair to take with you on the road or to save space at home, we have you covered with the best folding chairs.

I’ve been using this $17 Opinel knife for 11 years and it’s still just as good as when I first bought it

The Opinel knife is extremely reliable, handy, and a timely classic. One of these will last for years and makes the perfect gift.
If this is what your weekend, or life, looks like, then there's no question as to whether this is the cooler for you.

In defense of the overbuilt cooler: Why Yeti, Rtic, Vibe, and the like, are worth it

Does everyone need a Yeti? Here's why (and why not) you should buy an "overbuilt" cooler.