Posted on November 21, 2011
No one knows national parks better than the man who wrote its Dummies Guide. Kurt Repanshek, author and founder of the National Parks Traveler, has a lot to say when it comes to his favorite hiking spots–especially when it comes to their funding. Find out why.
Updated on February 28, 2013
Hunters and tactical operators can agree on the awesomeness of one thing… Under Armour’s Speed Freek. To get an insider scoop on the boots, Tactical Gear News scored an interview with Bryan Offutt, the director of outdoor marketing. Check out what Bryan has to say about the technology of these tactical kicks.
Updated on July 8, 2011
So many methods of self-defense, so little time. That doesn’t keep people from learning new styles. Just ask Vic who runs the 5 Rings Tactical blog. For more info on this police officer/martial arts instructor read his Q&A with the Tactical Gear Blog.
Updated on June 20, 2011
Self-proclaimed taco expert Jay knows more than where you can find the world’s best taco stands. A former member of the U.S. Navy, he also has a passion for guns. Enlisting the use of humor, he writes on tacos, guns and everything in between.
Posted on April 27, 2011
They don’t call him Mr. Half Dome for nothing. How did Rick Deutsch earn the title? Discover the origins of his nickname, how he trained to conquer Yosemite National Park’s legendary Half Dome and what kind of hiking boots got him there.
Updated on August 24, 2011
Kevin Manz, training coordinator for Police Mountain Bike Training talks about his niche program. With increasing gas prices and environmental concerns, more police departments are considering the option of bike cops.