I learned all about the big-game animals of North America thanks to my family’s subscription to Outdoor Life magazine. For generations, it has been the go-to source for strategies, techniques, and outdoor adventure.
Now, the entire OL library is available online in three different subscription categories. Not only can you re-read your favorite outdoor writers of old (like yours truly), but laugh at the products of the early 20th century and their ridiculous prices compared to today’s norm. Like the Super Bowl, reading the adds is half the fun. Here’s how to have all 117 years at your fingertips.
This year marks Outdoor Life‘s 117th birthday. Over the decades, the magazine has accumulated hundreds of thousands of pages of adventure and outdoor knowledge. Now, you can access the best outdoor writing and stories of the past century Outdoor Life‘s digital archives. That includes access to illustrated covers, classic Jack O’Connor stories, amusing reader letters, and even the old advertisements that ran alongside them. Even without a subscription, you can browse through every cover. There are three different subscription plans to choose from, as well as a free 30-day trial.