Designed by Capata Pyrenees, the Lazysack is a 30″x 75″ sleeping bag that can also be used as a blanket or as a poncho with a removable hood. It has a water-repellent coating and can be stuffed into the included 8″x 18″ sack.
Alite Design’s wearable sleeping bag for couples. Aside from having zippered holes for your arms and legs, it also has a full-length zipper at the side so you can zip multiple sleeping bags together *wink wink*.
Hiking is a tad more elegant thanks to Baladéo’s Le 37 Grammes Pocket Knife. It’s ultralight and good looking, with a bit of zebra wood along the handle’s edge, and has a 3 3/4″ 420 stainless blade, belt clip and simple liner lock system.
Hikers can take a liquid load off with powdered concentrates from Pat’s Backcountry Beverages. Use their custom designed carbonator with the powder to make a tasty soda or beer on the trail. Still no word on powdered toast yet.
Go for a new PR in comfort while connecting to the road with Spira’s lightweight, responsive Stinger XLT shoes; foot fatigue is reduced with WaveSpring cushioning, refreshing your feet with every step.
Going for a hike, but like to travel light? JakPak is a waterproof jacket that turns into a single-person sleeping bag and tent to protect you from the elements, freeing your backpack for other things.