Most solar chargers are either gimmicks that would struggle to juice up a lemon, or giant packs you need a car to haul around. Goal Zero’s new Nomad 7 Plus looks like it might tick the holy grail of small, cheap, and useful.
Ready to geek out on outdoors gear? Combining climbing, high altitudes, camping and extreme winter weather, mountaineering is probably the most gear-intensive sport there is. And here’s your ultimate guide to the best gear for it.
By now, everyone knows El Nino means record snow this year. And it’s already started in Montana, where some mountains just received 16 inches. In mid-September. That and more in What’s New Outside.
Stretching 200 miles through the Sierra Nevada, most of the High Route is off-trail, posing challenges both physical and mental as you attempt to navigate dangerous, unmarked terrain. It took us two solid weeks. Worth it? Well, at least the photos came out good.
Chris Burkard is widely considered the most talented photographer working in the outdoors adventure space. He wasn’t trained as a photographer and spends much of the year living out of a car. Here’s how you can be just like him.
If your phone ends up dying in the middle of the day you've got no one to blame but yourself. You want a giant bright screen? It's going to cost you in battery life. And with Goal Zero's upcoming Flip 10 charger, if you've got room in your pockets for a pack of Juicy Fruit (or at least Bubblicious), then you've got no…
The Goal Zero Sherpa 100 Solar Kit is a portable solar charging kit capable of recharging tablets, SLR camera batteries, or even your laptop using only power from the sun. We've put it to the test everywhere from Iceland to Nepal.
Is there anything scarier than the thought of being out in the woods at night with a dead flashlight? Of course there is; your smartphone could be dead too. That's why GoalZero's latest flashlight, the Torch 250, can be recharged with a built-in solar panel, or simply your muscles using a pop-out hand crank.
If you're on the hunt for the best way to accessorize your fancy new solar powered tent, Goal Zero thinks its new Lighthouse 250 Lantern and USB Power Hub is exactly what the outdoors type who refuses to disconnect can use. Its internal rechargeable battery is good for up to 48 hours of illumination, but it's also…
It weighs in at a cumbersome 12 pounds, but the Yeti 150 charger box by Goal Zero is an electrical beast: it includes AC, 12V and USB ports—which should cover every gadget you own.