The second in a two-part blog series focused on demystifying tent fabric technology.
The first in a two-part blog series focused on demystifying tent fabric technology.
Flying with a camping stove takes some preparation. Don’t waste time, fuel, or lose your stove to TSA. Here are the steps to take.
Why this spectacular classic should be on every climber and ski mountaineer’s bucket list.
Go behind the scenes into the shop where we custom build the tools that create our Seattle-made products.
Journey into MSR’s past to see the many MSR innovations that pioneered new safety and design standards in outdoor gear.
MSR Engineer Earl Sherrard explains why you shouldn’t be afraid of tarps when it comes to living outside.
At MSR we have the privilege of working with many talented, worldclass photographers. One such photographer is Peter Mathis. Hailing from Hohenems, Austria, Peter has long captured MSR products in the demanding environments they’re engineered to endure. His images are always stunning, seeming to pause time and capture the raw and challenging nature of adventure. Take this photo journey with Peter as he explains his five favorite MSR shots, their backstories and what he finds inspirational about each.
By Ali Carr Troxell Picture this: a bunch of svelte mountain athletes rabbiting between slack-lining, base-jumping, paragliding, and free-soloing…wearing clown shoes. All at a frenetic pace set to music that’s better suited to a big top than an outdoor film. This mash up of skilled athletes and acrobatic circus performers is the premise behind the French film, Petit Bus Rouge (or Little Red Bus, as it translates). It’s a sure audience-pleaser scheduled for this year’s Radical Reels tour.