From Summit to Boardroom and Everywhere in Between: The Versatile Clothing Ingredient That Goes Where You Go

These days, it seems that everybody has a miracle fabric that promises the moon yet leaves you clammy and unhappy. We’ve all heard the claims of “quick drying” and “moisture wicking” materials that fails to perform when the action really heats up. But 37.5® Technology is different and has the science to back it up.

The human body works best when at its optimal temperature—37.5 degrees Celsius. Our bodies work incredibly hard to maintain that temperature. That’s why we shiver when we’re cold and

5 Reasons Why You Want 37.5 Technology on Your Feet

Anyone who has taken their shoes off after a long day knows that feet sweat a lot. Whether you’re running an ultramarathon, cycling over a mountain pass, working outdoors all day, or just running between meetings, the key to comfort and performance is dry feet – no matter what the conditions may be.

To that end, 37.5 has pushed the envelope of material engineering to deliver a fabric that breathes incredibly well and dries exceptionally quickly. This fabric doesn’t just wick moisture, it evapor

Why One Day Isn't Nearly Enough Time to Experience Zion National Park

With its soaring red sandstone cliffs, signature buttes, towering monoliths, gravity-defying natural arches, and narrow slot canyons, Zion National Park offers visitors spectacular sights to explore in all directions. Utah’s first national park marks the geographic intersection of the Colorado Plateau, the Great Basin, and the Mojave Desert regions, which creates a unique environment that’s known for its diversity of plants and animals. It is impossible to tick off all the must-see sights and mu

19 Stylish Pieces of Bike Commuter Clothing That Performs in Any Condition

Bike commuters are a special breed. They eschew the car and public transport to go it alone on their own two wheels. Their daily rides deliver fitness, fun, freedom, and a set of unique challenges. Depending on the length of your commute, it may not be worth it to pull on a full spandex kit. You’re not trying to win a race, after all, you just need to get to work. But you can’t show up sweaty, smelly, and gross either.

So what do you do?

Fortunately, the scientists at 37.5 Technology have push

Crested Butte's Top 5 Mountain Bike Trails that Aren't the 401

Yes, yes, EVERYBODY loves the 401 Trail. It’s been in all the mags, has been plenty of Facebook banners, and is probably the most Instagrammed trail in Colorado. For good reason—it’s amazing. However, the stunning amount of ridiculously scenic singletrack in Crested Butte (CB) is hard to fathom. Check out these alternatives that promise to deliver the same, or better, epic sweeping vistas, wildflowers of every color, long, lung-busting climbs, and even longer descents that are sure to induce per

Insider's Guide to Bryce Canyon National Park

Words can barely describe the desert wonderland that awaits in southwest Utah's Bryce Canyon National Park. The park is known for breathtaking amphitheaters filled with spectacular labyrinths of red, orange, and white hoodoos standing in defiance against the erosive forces of nature. Hoodoos are tall, thin pinnacles of rock that arise from the desert floor, formed when soft rock is capped by harder, less easily eroded stone that protects it from the elements. Bryce has the largest concentration

Insider's Guide to Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve

Rugged, snow-capped mountains up to 15,000 feet tall slope down to glaciers that calve off into the chilly water with such a loud crack, the indigenous Tlingit people call it "White Thunder." Coastal beaches with mysterious coves give way to seclusive, ice-sculpted fjords, while temperate rainforests shelter boulder-strewn valleys and massive freshwater lakes leftover from the last ice age. Few places on Earth have the massive variety of flora and fauna as Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park.

Insider's Guide to Big Bend National Park

Named for the large, lazy turn in the Rio Grande river, Big Bend National Park defies expectations with lush flood plains, tree-covered mountains rising to almost 8,000 feet, narrow canyons, kaleidoscopic badlands, ever-changing sand dunes, and incredibly varied and plentiful wildlife. One visit to Big Bend and any and all preconceived notions of what southwestern Texas should look like fade away.

The park was established in 1944 and encompasses 801,163 acres, including 118 miles of the Rio Gra

Cedar Branch Creek - Whitewater Paddling

Deep in the heart of Kentucky lies a little-known creek that most people wouldn’t pay attention to. Paddlers, however, are an inquisitive, adventurous lot, and see the beauty and the potential of small, overlooked creeks.

May gets the most rain, so the water will be up, October is the driest month.

This creek dumps into the Kentucky river, so one could keep going along the Kentucky, though it’ll be mostly flatwater, and Lock No. 7 is just a half mile downstream from the intersection.


Kentucky's Must-Visit Paddling Towns (and What to Do in Each)

It takes a lengthy application process to become an official "Trail Town" in Kentucky—towns have to demonstrate a wealth of outdoor activities, as well as tie in cultural, historical, or agricultural experiences. But when you put all that together, you have a list of pretty solid destinations for outdoor adventurers. And because the amount and variety of water in Kentucky is staggering–from lazy, meandering floats to white-knuckle whitewater—many of the Trail Towns offer access to amazing paddli

Laurel Lake Trail - Mountain Biking

The Laurel River Lake lies in the gorgeous Daniel Boone National forest in southern Kentucky. The trails in the area provide for some of the best, most-scenic rides in the state, perfect for any level rider.

Spring is nice with wildflowers blooming, summer shows off Kentucky’s impossibly lush greenery, but can be hot and humid, get an early start. Fall brings cooler temps and kaleidoscopic foliage that has to be seen to be believed. Winters are hit and miss, it is possible to ride year-round, b