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Outside

May 01 2019
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Outside readers are passionately committed to leading an active lifestyle. Outside not only motivates readers to uncover and define their own personal day-to-day adventures, but also provides them with the tools, products and information to fulfill them.

Mountain of Trouble

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F—ck the Gear Police • BUSTING PEOPLE FOR THEIR STYLE MISCUES IS A BELOVED PASTIME IN OUTDOOR COMMUNITIES. BUT IN THE INSTAGRAM ERA, THE PRACTICE HAS US SADLY ALL DRESSING THE SAME.

Meet the Billie Jean King of Cycling • FOR DECADES PROFESSIONAL BIKE RACING HAS MARGINALIZED WOMEN RIDERS AND LAGGED BEHIND NEARLY EVERY MAJOR SPORT IN PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY. RETIRED STAR IRIS SLAPPENDEL IS CHANGING THAT.

Havana’s Heavy Hitters • PROFESSIONAL BOXING HAS BEEN ILLEGAL IN CUBA FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS. THAT HASN’T STOPPED THE COUNTRY FROM PRODUCING THE BEST FIGHTERS IN THE WORLD.

A Line in the Sand • A NEW DOCUMENTARY CHRONICLES A WILD JOURNEY DOWN THE RIO GRANDE, BEARING WITNESS TO THE WALL-THREATENED ECOSYSTEMS ALONG THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER

True Nature • TWO NEW MEMOIRS SET IN RUGGED PLACES CONFRONT THE PAIN AND HEALING OF BROKEN FAMILIES

Child’s Play • FROM A BARRIER ISLAND OFF SOUTH CAROLINA’S COAST TO A REMOTE SKI TOWN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, WE’VE ROUNDED UP OUR FAVORITE FAMILY-FRIENDLY ADVENTURES. PLUS: EXPERT ADVICE ON HOW TO SURVIVE TRAVEL MISHAPS WITH KIDS.

Burmese Dream • MYANMAR’S UNTOUCHED MERGUI ARCHIPELAGO IS HOME TO CORAL REEFS, MANGROVE FORESTS, AND A NEW LUXURY LODGE THAT’S IN THE CENTER OF IT ALL

Don’t Stay Thirsty • AFTER YEARS OF EMPTY PROMISES, HYDRATION-TRACKING WEARABLES ARE FINALLY CLOSE TO HITTING THE MARKET

Doesn’t Hold Water • A brief history of (conflicting) hydration advice

Daily Specials • HOW TO FUEL FOR AN ACTION-PACKED 24 HOURS

Lofty Dreams • AT A NEW WAVE OF NAP BARS, YOU CAN PAY TO TAKE A MIDDAY SNOOZE. BUT WHAT DO YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY?

Winning Pours • THE POSTWORKOUT BEER IS GETTING A MAKEOVER, WITH LESS ALCOHOL AND MORE ELECTROLYTES

Oceans of Time • THE ULTIMATE WATCH FOR AQUATIC ADVENTURERS IS CRAFTED WITH RUBBISH FOUND AT SEA

Totally On Board • SURF AND SUP ESSENTIALS

Buckle Up • EXERCISE TURBULENCE-FREE WITH THESE COMFORTABLE SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Always Wear Protection • SUPERIOR SHIELDING FROM SPRING SHOWERS

Ask Your Doctor if Nature Is Right for You • A GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT OF PHYSICIANS ARE PRESCRIBING TIME OUTDOORS AS THE BEST POSSIBLE CURE FOR A GROWING LIST OF AILMENTS. CAN THEY REALLY CONVINCE BIG HEALTH CARE THAT FREE MEDICINE IS THE WAY OF THE FUTURE?

We Got You Covered • A GROWING NUMBER OF INSURERS ARE ENCOURAGING US TO SPEND MORE TIME OUTDOORS

The Rise of the Nature Rx Movement

The National Park Service Is Your New HMO • AMERICA’S GRANDEST PUBLIC LANDS HAVE A BIG ROLE TO PLAY IN OUR HEALTH

Open Up and Say Awe • NATURE’S HEALING POWER MAY BE IN ITS ABILITY TO BLOW OUR MINDS

Show Up and Be Seen • TWO YEARS AGO, THE CLIMBING PHOTOGRAPHER EVERYONE KNEW AS NATHAN SMITH SAW NO WAY OUT, AFTER STRUGGLING FOR YEARS WITH GENDER-IDENTITY ISSUES IN THE MALE-DOMINATED OUTDOOR INDUSTRY. THEN—SLOWLY, BRAVELY—NIKKI SMITH INTRODUCED HERSELF TO THE WORLD.

He Trots the Air • THE END WAS COMING FOR ROANY, A STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL HORSE WHO’D BEEN AT THE CENTER OF PAM HOUSTON’S LIFE FOR 25 YEARS. WHAT SHE WANTED FOR HIM WAS SIMPLE: A PEACEFUL EXIT, LIFTED BY THE TOUCH OF HUMAN HANDS.

True Grit • In July, a group of Afghan women set out to climb 24,580-foot Mount Noshaq, their country’s highest mountain. No Afghan woman had ever reached the summit, and many challenges stood in their way, from hostile Afghan men who think that women shouldn’t exercise, to the terrorist...


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 126 Publisher: Mariah Media Edition: May 01 2019

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  • Release date: April 16, 2019

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Travel & Outdoor

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Outside readers are passionately committed to leading an active lifestyle. Outside not only motivates readers to uncover and define their own personal day-to-day adventures, but also provides them with the tools, products and information to fulfill them.

Mountain of Trouble

Feedback

Outside

F—ck the Gear Police • BUSTING PEOPLE FOR THEIR STYLE MISCUES IS A BELOVED PASTIME IN OUTDOOR COMMUNITIES. BUT IN THE INSTAGRAM ERA, THE PRACTICE HAS US SADLY ALL DRESSING THE SAME.

Meet the Billie Jean King of Cycling • FOR DECADES PROFESSIONAL BIKE RACING HAS MARGINALIZED WOMEN RIDERS AND LAGGED BEHIND NEARLY EVERY MAJOR SPORT IN PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY. RETIRED STAR IRIS SLAPPENDEL IS CHANGING THAT.

Havana’s Heavy Hitters • PROFESSIONAL BOXING HAS BEEN ILLEGAL IN CUBA FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS. THAT HASN’T STOPPED THE COUNTRY FROM PRODUCING THE BEST FIGHTERS IN THE WORLD.

A Line in the Sand • A NEW DOCUMENTARY CHRONICLES A WILD JOURNEY DOWN THE RIO GRANDE, BEARING WITNESS TO THE WALL-THREATENED ECOSYSTEMS ALONG THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER

True Nature • TWO NEW MEMOIRS SET IN RUGGED PLACES CONFRONT THE PAIN AND HEALING OF BROKEN FAMILIES

Child’s Play • FROM A BARRIER ISLAND OFF SOUTH CAROLINA’S COAST TO A REMOTE SKI TOWN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, WE’VE ROUNDED UP OUR FAVORITE FAMILY-FRIENDLY ADVENTURES. PLUS: EXPERT ADVICE ON HOW TO SURVIVE TRAVEL MISHAPS WITH KIDS.

Burmese Dream • MYANMAR’S UNTOUCHED MERGUI ARCHIPELAGO IS HOME TO CORAL REEFS, MANGROVE FORESTS, AND A NEW LUXURY LODGE THAT’S IN THE CENTER OF IT ALL

Don’t Stay Thirsty • AFTER YEARS OF EMPTY PROMISES, HYDRATION-TRACKING WEARABLES ARE FINALLY CLOSE TO HITTING THE MARKET

Doesn’t Hold Water • A brief history of (conflicting) hydration advice

Daily Specials • HOW TO FUEL FOR AN ACTION-PACKED 24 HOURS

Lofty Dreams • AT A NEW WAVE OF NAP BARS, YOU CAN PAY TO TAKE A MIDDAY SNOOZE. BUT WHAT DO YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY?

Winning Pours • THE POSTWORKOUT BEER IS GETTING A MAKEOVER, WITH LESS ALCOHOL AND MORE ELECTROLYTES

Oceans of Time • THE ULTIMATE WATCH FOR AQUATIC ADVENTURERS IS CRAFTED WITH RUBBISH FOUND AT SEA

Totally On Board • SURF AND SUP ESSENTIALS

Buckle Up • EXERCISE TURBULENCE-FREE WITH THESE COMFORTABLE SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Always Wear Protection • SUPERIOR SHIELDING FROM SPRING SHOWERS

Ask Your Doctor if Nature Is Right for You • A GRASSROOTS MOVEMENT OF PHYSICIANS ARE PRESCRIBING TIME OUTDOORS AS THE BEST POSSIBLE CURE FOR A GROWING LIST OF AILMENTS. CAN THEY REALLY CONVINCE BIG HEALTH CARE THAT FREE MEDICINE IS THE WAY OF THE FUTURE?

We Got You Covered • A GROWING NUMBER OF INSURERS ARE ENCOURAGING US TO SPEND MORE TIME OUTDOORS

The Rise of the Nature Rx Movement

The National Park Service Is Your New HMO • AMERICA’S GRANDEST PUBLIC LANDS HAVE A BIG ROLE TO PLAY IN OUR HEALTH

Open Up and Say Awe • NATURE’S HEALING POWER MAY BE IN ITS ABILITY TO BLOW OUR MINDS

Show Up and Be Seen • TWO YEARS AGO, THE CLIMBING PHOTOGRAPHER EVERYONE KNEW AS NATHAN SMITH SAW NO WAY OUT, AFTER STRUGGLING FOR YEARS WITH GENDER-IDENTITY ISSUES IN THE MALE-DOMINATED OUTDOOR INDUSTRY. THEN—SLOWLY, BRAVELY—NIKKI SMITH INTRODUCED HERSELF TO THE WORLD.

He Trots the Air • THE END WAS COMING FOR ROANY, A STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL HORSE WHO’D BEEN AT THE CENTER OF PAM HOUSTON’S LIFE FOR 25 YEARS. WHAT SHE WANTED FOR HIM WAS SIMPLE: A PEACEFUL EXIT, LIFTED BY THE TOUCH OF HUMAN HANDS.

True Grit • In July, a group of Afghan women set out to climb 24,580-foot Mount Noshaq, their country’s highest mountain. No Afghan woman had ever reached the summit, and many challenges stood in their way, from hostile Afghan men who think that women shouldn’t exercise, to the terrorist...


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