Arctic Zone’s soft-sided cooler is ready for all your outdoor activities. Its main section holds up to 50 cans, and its front compartment is great for sandwiches (or up to 10 more cans). Both sections are wrapped in high performance insulation. It rolls on rugged all-terrain wheels, and is collapsible for storage.
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This collection of four books from wilderness expert and author Dave Canterbury includes everything you ever wanted to know about thriving in the wild. The combined reference guides include over 1000 pages of techniques for building shelters, trapping, gathering, and cooking, along with first aid and survival.
ReferenceReady’s card sets are a great addition to your outdoor load-out, offering diagrams of how to tie a number of useful knots. They come in camping/backpacking, boating, fishing, climbing, and equine versions. Each set is printed on waterproof plastic cards, and comes with a mini carabiner. Also sold as a 57 knot set.
Fire pit and camp stove maker Solo Stove’s stainless steel charcoal grill is designed to circulate heat on all sides of your food with its convection-style setup. This bundle includes the grill and stand, cooking tools, a cover, and one ready-to-use charcoal pack for up to 45 minutes of cooking. Special pre-order price is $150 off MSRP.
UCO’s camping lantern provides a warm and natural source of light and heat. It has three spring-loaded candle tubes to keep them stable, and is made from lightweight aluminum with glass windows. Its top heat shield can be used to warm up small amounts of food or water. 9-hour candle refills available here.
Form and function rule with the Good Design Award-winning Packable Rubber Rain Boots by Japan’s Pokeboo. Made from flexible natural rubber, the boots are thin and lightweight with a durable synthetic rubber sole and drawstring top to keep out rain and bugs. They neatly fit into/onto a backpack with its carabiner pouch.
Leatherman’s bestselling Signal Multi-tool looks great in a matte black finish. The outdoorsman’s tool comes with a firestarter, an emergency whistle, a sharpener, a combo knife, a saw, a hammer, a couple of wrenches and drivers, can and bottle openers and more.
UCO’s Sprout is a camping lantern that delivers up to 100 lumens of diffuse light. It measures only 2.5″x 2.5″x 1.9″ and weighs just 2.7oz. Its light is dimmable and can be switched to blue for nightlight use. Its lanyard attaches magnetically for easy connection and removal. Available in AAA and rechargeable battery versions.
This camping tool combines a spoon and fork, with along with a sharp knife blade. Its ABS plastic sheath protects your hand while eating and doubles as an emergency whistle. The stainless steel utensil also works as a bottle opener and has a saw-tooth back edge which can be used for scaling fish.
MRF Multitools’ Adventur 3.0 is a card-sized multitool that gives you 40 tools in one compact package. You can use it as an axe, a spear, a shovel, a knife, a wrench, a screwdriver, a can opener and much more. It’s available in stainless, gunmetal, or patina steel, as well as titanium.
ProudPyro’s picnic table kit lets you build your own outdoor furniture with a unique, modern design. Its curved metal plates have cutouts which hold 2×6 boards for the top and seats, along with 2x4s for the supports. It includes all of the steel parts necessary for assembly – just bring your own wood and screws.
Camp Chef’s tabletop propane pizza oven sets up quickly and easily outdoors, and fires up beautifully crisp pizzas in minutes. It has a smooth ceramic pizza stone and double-walled ceiling for distributing heat, and can hit temperatures up to 700º. Its cooking surface measures 13.25″ x 20″ and can also be used to roast meats.
Nebo’s collapsible lantern doubles as a watertight bucket. It folds down to just 2.2″ thick, and expands to hold up to 1.3 gallons (5 liters) of contents. With its lid on, it works as a lantern, and its puck-shaped magnetic light is removable. It’s perfect for doing under sink repairs, or for carrying bathing supplies when camping.
Outdoor Edge’s ChowPal is a set of stainless steel utensils. You get a fork, a spoon and a knife that folds into the spoon. The fork is also a wrench, a flathead screwdriver, a can opener and a bottle opener. The fork and spoon can be locked into each other when not in use.
Drinkware company MiiR presents a special edition of their insulated 12oz Camp Cup, with wonderful wraparound art by Kyler Martz that recognizes the feelings of isolation, but solidarity that many of us are going through these days. $5 of each purchase will go to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund.
Hammaka’s outdoor bed combines the comfort of a sleeping pad with the ability to hang it up as a hammock. Its inflatable pad can be adjusted to your desired firmness, and can be used standalone on the ground as well. Measures 82″L x 35″W x 2.5″H, and has a 300 lb weight capacity. Sale price ends 4.24.20 at Touch of Modern.
Jackery’s most powerful battery pack cranks out up to 1000 watts of power, so you can even use it to power small appliances. It has three 110V AC outlets, two USB-C ports, two USB-A port (one QC 3.0), and a 12V DC port. It can also be recharged with Jackery’s optional 100W solar panels.
Just because you’re outdoors doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be comfortable. Core Equipment’s saucer-shaped chair offers a cozy, oversized seating area, along with a quilted seat and a padded headrest. Its fold-up steel frame can hold up to 300 lb, and it includes a built-in cupholder, and a carrying bag. Available in grey or wine red.
If you’ve ever set up a hammock, you know it can be a pain. But Republic of Durable Goods‘ freestanding hammock sets up as easily as a folding camp chair. It’s got built in pads for your head and feet, a folding sunshade, and a basket with drink pockets. It weighs just 14.5 lb., and can hold a person up to 250 lb. and 6’4″ tall.
A team of expert climbers from The North Face traveled into the wilds of Japan to experience Sawanobori – an extreme activity that involves climbing up the slippery walls around waterfalls. As they scaled progressively taller falls, it’s clear that these conditions would challenge even the most skilled climbers.
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.
A compact and portable charcoal grill from Heston Blumenthal’s Everdure line of barbecue kits. The Cube is made from stainless steel with a porcelain firebox. Its chrome handles remain cool to the touch, even while cooking. It has a built-in prep board and storage tray.
This smartly-designed camping utensil combines a full size spoon, fork, and cooking tool in one. Its fork has a safe cutting edge, while its long neck and flexible rubber edge let your scrape every last bite from the walls of cans, jars, plastic tubs, and bowls. Available in 7.5″ standard and 10.5″ XL sizes.
TetonX’s Jake is a trailer that can be towed by practically any UTV since it weighs only 700lb. It has a trailing arm suspension for off-road use, 27″off-road tires with axle-less suspension, a roof rack system with optional awning, and an optional outdoor kitchen top.
Between wind, cold, and damp conditions, getting fires started in the outdoors can be a challenge. This moldable putty can be stuck to logs, torches, or tinder, and will burn for up to 15 minutes with just a quarter-sized dab, giving your fire a better chance of getting going. Available in summer, winter, and eco blends.
Like other Casio PRO TREK watches, the PRT-B50 is packed with useful features for outdoor adventures, like a step counter, compass, altitude, barometric, and temperature sensors. Now it adds Bluetooth connectivity to sync trip data with the PRO TREK Connected mobile app for Android or iOS.
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