Gear Aid’s new LED lanterns are rechargeable via USB and have a diffuser bag, a hanging hook, a kickstand and a threaded mount so you can aim it in a variety of ways. The larger models also serve as external battery packs.
A flat-pack stainless steel stove that fits in your pant pocket until you need it. The Pocket Survival Stove also has additional cutout tools. The stove shown in the video is the original version; the latest one has fish hooks, snare locks, a bait, a saw and a stirrer.
A small and easy to use shower head for outdoors. Simple Shower works with 1L to 2L bottles as well as 1L to 3L collapsible bottles. The removable cap means you don’t have to take out the tube and funnel to refill the bottle.
Super sticky patches that let you repair small tears in jackets, tents and other items. They’re water- and weatherproof and are cut in a variety of decorative silhouettes, so you can also use them to personalize your gear.
A US Coast Guard-approved, compact and reusable inflatable personal flotation device (PFD). The TD2401 measures just 11″x 4″ when packed. You can trigger its CO2 canister manually or just throw the device into the water, where it will automatically inflate.
The Stacker is a pair of performance sunglasses that you can easily turn into casual shades, thanks to their removable one-piece plastic side shields. They also have non-slip grips on their nose and temples, vents to reduce fogging, and lenses that are oil-, dust- and waterproof.