MODL Outdoors’ modular water bottle has different optional lids that change its functions. There’s a shower head, a water filtration lid, a hydration lid, and a straw lid. The bottle is made of silicone and is collapsible, and its end caps can both be removed for easy cleaning.
The TentTube is an affordable and lighter alternative to Heimplanet’s popular inflatable tents. It also uses an inflatable exoskeleton, and comes with a pump that lets you set up the tent by yourself in just a minute. It’s windproof and waterproof and has room for up to three people.
Best Made Co. and illustrator Ross MacDonald present a limited-edition series of enamel-coated steel dinnerware, featuring a rich blue backdrop and constellation imagery, inspired by the night sky while camping out. Available in mugs, plates, and bowls, each sold in sets of two.
Sierra Madre Research’s Hot Pocket is a soft, portable, battery-powered heater for the outdoors. You can use it to preheat your sleeping bag or put it on yourself wherever you are to stay warm. It works for up to 6h per charge, and also has a USB charging port.
Wika Technology’s FlexFire are ultra light flat pack camping stoves. They can be assembled in just a minute and can be used with wood, gas and Trangia. They’re made of temperature- and corrosion-resistant material and comes with an ashplate to prevent ground contact.
Rumpl’s 50″ x 70″ puffy throw blanket is a must for camping, picnicking, outdoor concerts, or any other time you want to lie on the ground or other dirty surface. It features a 100% waterproof bottom, and water-repellent top, and packs into itself for easy carrying.
The James Brand’s Ellis is a minimalist multitool that includes four of the most used everyday tools: a partially serrated knife, a combination screwdriver and bottle opener, and a pry bar or scraper. The knife and combo screwdriver lock in place for safe operation.