UK readers, here’s a chance for you to learn some of the best techniques for surviving in the outdoors, including a grueling course in which participants are put to the test for 24 hours in the wild. Let’s hope it doesn’t involve this.
Sorry gnomes, but these are not really tiny pants. Instead, these shorts have a truly waterproof pocket. A fabric-lined plastic pocket that, together with a cap, protects your electronics and other items from getting wet.
The Nite Ize Reflective Cord is a 2.4mm nylon rope with a reflective strip woven into it. Ideal for making your tents, camp site and off limit areas more visible at night. Each pack contains 50ft. of rope.
A rugged Android tablet for outdoorsy types. Has a 6″ E-ink touchscreen, GPS, Wi-Fi, AM/FM/SW/LW radio, weather sensors, Bluetooth, 2-way radio and a solar panel on the back. Can also be charged via USB.
Rite in the Rain’s Outdoor Journal Kit consists of a water- and dirt-repellent notebook, an all-weather pen that can write upside down or on wet paper and a durable carrying case. Available in different notebook sizes.
These portable bunk beds have abrasion- and mildew-resistant polyester mats, steel frames and interlocking discs for easy assembly. It can also be used as a bench and has lots of pockets. You’d better have a big ass tent though.
Another cool blow-up tent from Heimplanet, The Wedge can be pitched quickly by simply rolling it out and inflating it – no assembly required. Comfortably sleeps 2 adults and their luggage. Pumps sold separately.
A bright LED flashlight which clips onto your shirt, jacket, backpack, belt loop or other garments using a magnetic clasp. Perfect for hands-free illumination when camping or other nighttime activities.