A 16oz. double-wall insulated bottle with a removable base. You can turn it into a wide-mouthed goblet by removing its bottom cover and screwing it into the bottle’s narrow opening. That also makes it easier to clean than conventional bottles.
Like the original Air Pad, the Air Pad 2 inflates and deflates within seconds. Its valve is now easier to open and close, it has quilted supports for improved comfort and it packs into itself with the help of built-in elastic bands.
The X-Pot is a cleverly designed collapsible pot. It has an aluminum base, a heat-resistant silicone body and a stainless steel ring at the rim. Its lid doubles as a strainer. Available in 1.4L, 2.8L and 4L sizes.
Treble Hammocks’ Tree-O lets you hang up to three hammocks near each other. It consists of three straps connected to an O-ring. The straps have loops where you can secure hammocks. It can also be used to hang a single hammock.
A portable hammock-style chair. Chammock weighs just 9.5 oz. and is about the size of a book when folded. Tested to 10,000+ sits @264 lb., it’s made of ripstop nylon and comes with carabiners. It also offers optional tree-friendly straps.
The MULE is a cart for humans. Inventor Melvin McCoy claims it lets you haul up to twice your carrying capacity. Melvin is currently attempting to walk 500 miles – from Tennessee to Washington DC – pulling a loaded MULE.
A hammock that’s also a hot tub, bathtub and waterbed. You need just 20 gallons of water to soak in the Hydro Hammock. Its been tested to hold over 700lb., has a slip-resistant surface and an insulated variant. Heater sold separately.
Thor ter Kulve and Rob McIntyre’s CanopyStair is a set of modular steps that form a spiral staircase around a tree, complete with a handrail. It can be attached without any tools and without damaging or marking the tree.
A lightweight trailer that’s classic on the outside but modern on the inside. It weighs just 1100lb. thanks to its fiberglass shell. Its interior can be equipped with modular and rearrangable parts, such as beds, kitchenettes and drawers.
Filmmaker Mark Christy and makeup artist Nives Riddles did something many of us have dreamed of. They sold everything they owned other than a Chevy pickup and some camping gear, and hit the open road to live in the great outdoors.
The Swedish FireKnife enables you to gut and clean a fish, split kindling and light a campfire with just one tool. This handy gadget has a 3.75″ stainless steel blade and a FireSteel that works on a variety of tinder materials, and when wet.
A smaller version of Dub-Box’s Camper trailer that’s also based on the VW Camper. The Dinky Dub is 25% smaller than the Camper but has mostly the same amenities, including a couch bed, a stove, a fridge and a sound system.
For the explorer on a budget. California-based Off the Grid Rentals has teardrop trailers, rooftop tents and truck bed racks for rent with affordable daily rates. They also have freezers and generators for rent.
This versatile hiking stick allows outdoorsy types to do everything from spear a fish to shoot their dinner with a slingshot. The $320 set includes a hickory wood handle with compass, spear, fishing spear, axe, saw and slingshot heads.
This portable fire burner works as both a charcoal grille and a reliable, self-contained campfire. The vertical log position promotes airflow and helps direct heat where it’s needed. The propane option allows for woodless fires.
You’d think that a 10′ long and 5’7″ wide hammock would be a pain to use. But the Roo is actually as easy to setup as it is to pack, thanks to its python straps, carabiners and Kammok’s durable yet comfy custom ripstop nylon.
Getting a campfire started can suck. This simple, but ingenious cardboard rack gets wood up off the ground, dramatically improves airflow, and burns slowly to help get your fire crackling. Includes three firestarters.
Cam-O-Bunk is a portable, modular and durable cot. You can adjust or assemble it without tools, thanks to its unique disc-based joints. It can be used stacked, as two single cots or as one bench. It also has a variety of accessories.
The Scrubba is a portable bag that lets you wash your clothes practically anywhere; all you need is water and liquid detergent. Part of the bag’s inner membrane is a rough surface that acts as a washboard.
Slice up that overcooked steak with confidence on your next trip to the woods with this German Army-issued set of camping utensils. The stainless kit includes a knife, fork, spoon, and can and bottle opener, which all fit into one piece.
This pocketable blanket is light, water-repellent and puncture-proof. It has stitched lines that show you how to properly fold it and put it back in the attached pouch. Available in 44″x55″ and 44″x28″ sizes.
Jump on the foraging foodie bandwagon with this Mushroom Knife. The piece has a curved blade to harvest without damage, tweezers to pluck thorns and a brush to remove grit before frying them up in butter and garlic for my your pleasure.
Amok Equipment’s Draumr is a single-person hammock that has a compartment where you can insert a mattress. You can also adjust it into a floating recliner, or turn it into a floating tent with the included waterproof tarp.
The Bison Bag can be used as a hammock, a sleeping bag or a combination of both. It weights just 2.6lb. but has been tested to support up to 300lb. It also comes with a pair of carabiners and nylon cords.
The BaseCamp is more than a bigger version of the Camp Stove. Its thermoelectric generator can now store electricity for later use and charge gadgets at 5W. It also comes with a USB gooseneck light and can be used to grill or boil.
A four-person tent with a 6″ inflatable mattress base. The base is made of durable vinyl and the tent will also come with a kit for patching small holes. The base is also removable for easy replacement or if you want to pack light.