There is something to be said for eating well while camping or backpacking. Below you'll find 7 awesome ideas for your next stove. Find ultralight backpacking stoves to classic car-camping options within every budget.
This holiday season give the gift that keeps on giving for countless nights. A tent is the perfect way to show the outdoors adventurer in your life how much you care. Below you find something for everyone. Budget tents, ultralight, 3 season, 4 season and innovative designs that are sure to please. I know we'd sure be pleased with any of these options.
The Katadyn Gravity Camp 6L Water Filter lets you filter water near effortlessly and can achieve output near 2L a minute in optimal conditions. As long as gravity is around, you can expect this innovative water filter to deliver fresh H20 with abandon.
In the market for a lightweight sleeping pad? Look no further than the Evolite! A combination of highly compressible foam and alightweight lattice-like frame allows this pad to achieve nearly 2 inches of loft while still packing down to the size of a football and weighing in at just over one pound.
Charge your outdoors electronics with ease with this simple-to-use and durable portable solar charger from EnerPlex: the Kickr IV.
There is no substitute for quality baselayers when playing outside. A little extra comfort can be the difference between a good and bad experience. We found the WoolX Outback shirt and Daily boxer to be a comfortable choice throughout the day.
Outdoor Research is on to something with its Pertex® Shield+ fabric. The Helium Hybrid Jacket weighs less than two King Size Snickers bars and you might as well consider them both trail essentials - especially if you like to layer. It would be tough to find a more versatile lightweight shell, use this as a lightweight insurance policy against bad weather or throw it on before you go on on your next bike ride or climb! It's perfect for just about all outdoor adventures!
In this article we review several innovative products from Nite Ize: Carabiners, a DoohicKey Key Tool, a Steelie Car Mount, a Buglit Camp Light and a set of Knotbone Shoelaces. Think you have everything you need already? Think again!
Tired of water from your standard-issue sports bottle only staying cold long enough for you to drive to the trail? Enter Polar Bottle. These handy little bottles are a new take on an old idea - and work pretty good too. Polar Bottle claims their lightweight reflective insulative layer keeps liquids cool up to twice as long as a standard water bottle and we’re inclined to agree. Polar Bottle’s double-wall insulated Thermos takes care of hot liquids and makes for a convenient trail-friendly thermos as well.
The Patagonia Ascensionist series of packs make for excellent all-around climbing accessories but are just versatile enough for general use as well. If you are looking for a lightweight pack that can fit all your bulky climbing gear but can also double as an overnight ultralight pack this might be the one for you.
The MSR WindBoiler Stove System utilizes MSR's Reactor® technology. It boils a liter of water quicker than you or I can be ready to eat, about 2.5 minutes. And, it does that every time in seemingly all weather conditions. We found this stove is perfect for a weekend in your local National Park or for weeks on the trail on your next thru hike. The WindBoiler is the one-stop shopping of backcountry cooking.
Tips and advice on how to pick out your next sleeping bag.