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 steel, titanium or gun steel.
Vollebak’s spendy pants are made from three layers of fabric that make them resistant to fire, water, wind and abrasion. They also have four zipped pockets, leg vents that go all the way up to the knee, and an adjustable belt tape to protect your ankles. Also available as shorts.
BioLite’s SunLight is an affordable portable RGB LED lamp. It has a solar panel at the back with a clever sundial so you can easily recharge it on the go. It also has a microUSB charging port. It lasts up to 50 h per charge. The 360º kickstand makes it easy to hang.
Keep matches, food, electronics, and other small gear dry wherever your adventures take you with this sturdy plastic box. It has a triple latch and O-ring seal to keep water out, a compass in its lid, and holes for a padlock or paracord. Measures 9.75″ x 7.75″ x 4.75″.
Bagsmart’s Xpedition backpack uses modules that attach to an X-shaped frame using Fidlock magnetic snaps. This not only keeps your items compartmentalized, it also distributes weight evenly, reducing strain when carrying the bag. You can choose from three module sets.
Solo Stove’s Bonfire fire pit is a hit, but the company realized that one size doesn’t fit everyone’s needs. So they made the Yukon, a 16″ tall and 30″ wide fire pit that’s meant to be stationary, and the Ranger, a 12.5″ tall and 15″ wide fire pit perfect for use outdoors.
Aside from the expected AC outlet, USB-C port and USB-A charging ports, Omnicharge’s Omni Ultimate power bank has a DC output port with adjustable amperage and voltage – perfect for drone and RC batteries. Its battery is interchangeable so you can carry a spare.
Like zippered bags, Zip Tops don’t need lids and are perfect for storing leftovers. Unlike zippered bags, Zip Tops are great for storing liquids. Made from silicone, they’re reusable, and can be put in the microwave, dishwasher, freezer, or even the oven up to 425ºF.
Fenik’s Yuma is a cooler meant to store food and dairy products. You fill up its bladder with water, and it will absorb heat from the inside and direct it to the water, which gets turned into vapor. It can keep its contents 10ºF to 35ºF cooler than the ambient temperature.
Crua Outdoors‘ latest hammock can be turned into a single-person tent. It’s water-resistant, has a mesh layer for ventilation, and a ground sheet for insulation, and weighs less than the original. It also comes with a customized sleeping bag and a self-inflating mattress.
Just like its water bottles, Hydro Flasks’s Food Flasks are made of double wall vacuum insulated stainless steel, so they’ll keep meals warm or hot for hours. The non-slip grip makes the containers easy to carry and resistant to scratches. Available in 12oz or 18oz.
The new Jetboil Flash Cooking System can boil 16 oz of water in just 100 seconds, while consuming half the fuel of regular stoves. It has a thermochromic indicator that tells you when the water is ready, and an insulated koozie so you can drink straight from the Flash.
GoFastCampers claims that they’ve made the world’s thinnest roof top tent with its upcoming Platform RTT. It’s only 6″ thick when folded, but unfolds to 4′ tall when deployed. It doubles as a rack where you can mount roof racks and more. Drops Summer 2018 for $3250+.
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