Cross a hammock with a tent and you get the Tentsile, a portable shelter that does not require an even surface. A complementary stand is also being developed so it can be pitched virtually anywhere.
A fork and knife set assembled like a Swiss Army knife, except the two are actually separable. The fork also has a bottle opener. Made of stainless steel and rosewood. Comes with a leather pouch.
An imposing and dramatic showpiece, this post-apocalyptic fire globe is made from 1/4″ thick carbon steel, and measures 36″ in diameter. Hand cut by steel artist Rick Wittrig.
We return once again to Moab, Utah, but instead of using R/C planes, Devin Graham captured flying humans, strapped to a huge rock formation and using it as a pivot point (Thanks, Everyone!)
We never thought that wearable sleeping bags was a sub-genre, but here’s another good one. It’s made of nylon ripstop with water-resistant finish and will make you look like a cuddly astronaut.
HotCans are great camping or emergency supplies. Pierce the can’s top rim to activate the water and limestone mix in its outer shell and enjoy hot food – about 60-70°C – in just 8 to 12 minutes.
Made of a patented formula consisting of volcanic rock, wood pellets and paraffin wax, InstaFire is an easy to use, safe and weather-resistant tinder capable of staying lit in wind and even snow.
What’s better than a wearable blanket? A wearable sleeping bag, that’s what. The Poler Napsack is an extra long puffy coat that will keep you warm whether you’re inside the house or outdoors.
It’s not as large as Snuffy, but this 12″x12″x26″ bag still has enough space for a week’s worth of clothes. It also has tuck-away backpack straps in addition to its hand and shoulder straps .
Don’t let its gossamer appearance fool you; this backpack is made of Dyneema, a fiber 10x stronger than steel yet light enough to float on water. Can be stuffed into a jacket pocket when empty.
You won’t have a hard time finding your camp with these tents. The limited-edition designs vary from playful to abstract. The tents are also waterproof, durable and roomy enough for two people.
The versatile and portable Blacktop 360 has a deep fryer, flat top griddle and grill, each with its own temperature control. No assembly is required – just remove it from its bag and unfold it.
Let’s not kid around – this kit’s main draw is its very pretty metal box. But it does contain a ton of useful items, from bandages and gauze strips to a mylar blanket and even a first aid chart.
Not only is this pool table water- and weather-proof so you can play outdoors year-round, but it offers a brightly lit glowing tabletop and pockets for those all-night 8-ball marathons.
Sawyer’s Squeeze filters are light and very easy to use – fill up the pouch, screw the filter on to the pouch and then squeeze the water out of the pouch. Comes with 12oz, 16oz and 32oz pouches.
Shawn Thorsson doesn’t really care for those boring old garden gnomes, and instead makes these armed lawn ornaments, which say – in no uncertain terms – “keep the f*ck off of my lawn.”
Telescoping poles are pre-attached to the tent, so it takes two people just a minute to set it up or take it down. Made of fully taped weather-resistant fabric. Available in 4, 6 and 8 person models.
Despite the overly dramatic video – it’s just a portable hammock guys, jeez – the Kammok does seem like a great idea. Its straps and carabiners make it easy to set up almost anywhere.
(NSFW: Language) The first of a series of videos about Urban Exploring – looking for and documenting rarely seen places in cities, such as rooftops, underground railways and even sewers.
Enjoy a cup of brewed coffee even if you’re hundreds of miles away from civilization with Coleman’s propane-powered coffeemaker. It works just like the one you have at home too.
Kick the keg to the curb and upgrade your outdoor parties with this stainless steel beer tap, powered by compressed CO2. Fully equipped, it can grill brats and burgers to go with your brewskies.
We’re more partial to the samurai and broadsword handle umbrellas, but if you’re more of a gun nut than a blade guy then these umbrellas are for you. They have both a rifle handle and a barrel tip.
The Funston is a simple but dual purpose outdoor accessory. One container is a (clearly marked) fire pit, while the other one functions as an ice pit with a bottle opener on the side.
The next best thing to having class outside: OfficePOD, a modern cubicle designed for people who work from home; it includes an integrated desk, plenty of storage, and secure locking system.
Make sure you’re prepared for any disaster or zombie/frankenstein/space Nazi invasion with the Tactical Sammich. It lasts up to 2 years and comes in Pepperoni and Honey BBQ Beef flavors.
Ride safer with SUCK UK’s reflective gloves and socks. The socks have a reflective patch with a bicycle icon on them, while the gloves have arrows, so you can signal before making a turn.
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