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.
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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.
This compact, water resistant light is small enough to carry in just about any bag, or even in your pocket in a pinch. It pushes out up to 280 lumens, runs up to 10h at half brightness, and doubles as a 3000 mAH USB charger. Magnets and hooks provide mounting versatility.
This fun picnic blanket looks like an oriental rug. The Picnic Lounge measures 82″x 107″ and has a zippered pouch. It comes with a carrying strap, a brush and oversized pins to secure the blanket to the ground. Now before you get any funny ideas with a real rug, know that this one is much lighter, easier to carry, and easier to clean.
Uncharted Supply Co.’s single-person raft packs down small enough to fit in your backpack, but can hold up to 400 pounds once inflated. Plus, it airs up like those quick-inflate loungers, along with a mouth-blown top-off-valve, so requires no air pump. It’s great for a quick float down the river, or for emergency escape in a flood.
Radiate is a campfire in a tin. It’s fuel source is recycled paper briquettes coated in recycled soy wax. It lights up easily and can be snuffed out just by placing the lid over it. You can even light it up again if it’s not all used up. Each tin lasts 3 to 5 hours.
To celebrate their versatile new X1N series, Australia’s Patriot Campers created the Desert Ops LC79 Supertourer, an awesome custom Toyota Land Cruiser. Both the X1N and the LC79 have a matching 1970s color scheme, beefed-up off-road suspensions, and are ready to conquer about any terrain.
Bestguarder’s NV-900 digital binoculars are great for hunters or outdoor adventurers. They can capture images in complete darkness from up to 1300 feet away, thanks to their 4.5x optical and 5x digital zoom and infrared LED illuminator. They can also record video images at 1280×720 resolution and stills up to 5 mp.
This nylon carrier offers a great way to transport large water bottles up to 32oz. It offers a drawstring bottle compartment, along with zippered pouches for small accessories, and comes with a padded shoulder strap, hand loops, and mounting points for carrying versatility. Also available in 25oz., 40oz. and 64oz. sizes.
Roam Adventure Co.’s Vagabond is a sturdy fold-out tent that can be attached to your vehicle’s roof rack or truck bed, and sleeps 2 to 3 people. It’s got a telescoping aluminum ladder, a comfy high-density foam mattress, unzippable windows and skylight, and shelters you from the elements with its durable ripstop fabric.
Zippo’s compact fire-starting kit is a great travel companion for any outdoor adventure. It includes five compressed discs of easy-to-light paraffin coated cotton tinder, and a large flint spark wheel, all packed inside of a water-resistant, floating container with a lanyard hole.
The Flying Tent is a foldable nylon bivy tent that can also be set up as a hammock, a floating tent and even worn as a poncho. It’s waterproof and also has a mosquito net, and easily folds back into its slim carrying bag. An optional underquilt provides added warmth for chilly locations.
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.
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