Pursuits

By Everett Potter Forget the tie, the cufflinks and that new putter. Dad deserves better than that, especially with clothing made for active men getting better all the time. Here’s a look at the latest from Rhone, Unbound, Ecoths and Mountain Khakis … continue reading

By Everett Potter What do you need to be happy in the air? I asked 15 seasoned road warriors — people who seem to be in constant motion –for their suggestions about the essential elements in their carry-on bags. Here are their true confessions. Continue reading …

By Everett Potter If you don’t think that Orvis – long known for fly rods, Nantucket Red pants and patterned dog beds for your trusty black Labrador — has changed, just ask a seasoned Montana fly fishing guide. “Twenty years ago, a guy might show up all excited and say,’

By Everett Potter Spring weather is highly unpredictable, so road warriors are in need of sturdy and reliable luggage that can deal with the most mercurial of seasons. Here are three pieces to consider before you head off to Berlin, Belize or Bhutan … continue reading  

By Neil Wolkodoff Each year, the Ski Industries of America show enables retailers to see and try all the new gear for the upcoming season. After scouring the show, the following are some nifty innovations that will make your ski life a little easier and more fun. ABOM ski goggles

By Everett Potter Ski jackets have radically evolved in the last few years, thanks to advances in technical materials and designers who have a much stronger fashion sense than those of yore. Gone are the days when ski parkas made you look like one of the Michelin Man’s offspring. Contemporary

By Everett Potter   The Ideal Duffel: Eagle Creek I’ve been a fan of Eagle Creek bags and packing systems for years, but even I was pleasantly surprised at how cool their Cargo Hauler Duffels are. They come in four sizes – 45, 60, 90 and 120 Liters — but

By Jules Older Whether you journey by plane or ped, bus or burro, car or cycle, there’s stuff out there that will make your trip easier, more efficient, economical and/or enriched. Here’s the Good to Go list for this season … Let’s start with luggage. As airlines gouge charge more

By Everett Potter I have a messy relationship with tents. It dates back to college years, when my friend Frank and I would drive his yellow VW van on fishing trips through New England and the Maritimes, tenting along the way. He had bought the tent second hand, from a

By Everett Potter I started wearing Mountain Khakis’ trademark pants about a decade ago. They were like Carhartts taken to a higher level – tough as hell, beyond durable, pants that you could wear on a plane, or in any ski town bar and then go have dinner at the