Take Garmin’s Overlander when your adventure takes you off the beaten path. Its 7″ full color touchscreen shows on-road navigation, topography maps, campsites and off-grid guidance in North and South America. It can mount in your vehicle but its magnetic mount and rechargeable battery make it portable.
Klean Kanteen’s fat-mouth insulated bottle is compatible with three different caps. The Loop Cap provides easy access to the bottles’ full opening, the Café Cap lets you sip drinks, and the Straw Cap has a stainless steel and silicone straw. In 12oz, 16oz, 20oz, 32oz, and 64oz sizes.
Colfax Design Works‘ Project TOAD Dry Bag is waterproof and submersible to under 3ft of water for 30 minutes, thanks to its seam sealing construction and air tight zippers. It also has a buoyancy valve that can inflate or deflate the bag. It has a 40L capacity. Available in black or camo.
The best way to enjoy the great outdoors with your sweetie or bestie, Kelty’s folding love seat has a sturdy steel frame, a pair of insulated drink holders in its adjustable armrests, and ventilated mesh seating and padding to keep your butts and backs comfy. Holds up to 500 lb.
Instead of having room for a bed, Taxa’s Woolly Bear Trailer utilizes most of its space for storage. This also help cuts its weight down to just 990lb. It has room for a rooftop tent, 15″ steel wheels shod in all-terrain tires, and rugged torsion axle suspension.
Gravel’s Layover travel blanket is packed with features to help travelers get some rest. It’s made of insulated and waterproof nylon to keep you warm. It has leg pouches and insulated foot pouches, a kangaroo pocket, and an envelope pocket. It packs down to a mere 5″x 7″.
Stay hydrated even when you’re out in remote locations with Hydrapak’s oversize water pack. It has an 8-liter capacity, yet flattens and rolls to a small size for storage. It has a waterproof TPU body, a removable tap, a flexible webbing handle, and has marks for measuring its contents.
This hefty, military-style compass provides a floating dial with a 360º scale, an azimuth viewing window, and an inclinometer that flips out form its side. It can also help you calculate distances, and has a built-in bubble level and a luminescent outer ring. Made from die-cast zinc.
The Earth Traveler’s Earth T250LX is a one-piece teardrop trailer that weighs a mere 216 pounds, thanks to its carbon fiber chassis. It has pop-out side walls with tents, a pop-out roof with front tent and mosquito mesh, removable mat floor, interior LED lights, and running lights.
Striker’s compact lantern provides up to 220 lumens from its 1-watt LED, casting light out of its dual-purpose domed reflector for smooth, shadow-free illumination. It’s waterproof, and can be hung rightside-up, upside-down, placed on a flat surface, or even floated on water.
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.
An astronaut wanders around breathtaking and vast landscapes. But these are not scenes from a science fiction film; these were all photographed at actual sites in America’s Southwest. Andrew Studer’s short film is a tribute to these public lands and the people who protect them.
Insider compiled this list of rides and experiences from all over the world for adrenaline junkies. The list includes free falling, a huge slip n slide, a 100mph zip line, mountain climbing to a hidden fort, a pedal-powered coaster with no guard rails, and a human catapult.
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.