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+.
Presto’s Nomad Traveling Slow Cooker is easy to carry, transport and clean. It has a capacity of 8 qt and has a see through lid and a whiteboard so you can easily identify its contents. It has four settings and keeps food warm for hours. It does need a 120VAC outlet though.
A truly portable seat for waiting in lines, sitting at outdoor venues, resting at standing desks, and other situations where you just need to give your legs a break. The Sitpack Zen X folds up to the size of a compact umbrella, but expands to provide an impromptu seat anywhere.
The One Bag gets you three sleeping bags in one, thanks to its removable and interchangeable layers. Use all three for 5º weather, the bottom layer and the orange layer for 20º weather, and the bottom and blue layers for 40º weather. It’s available in two sizes.
This portable air conditioner can cool up to a 55 sq.ft. area. It weighs only 12 lb. and can be powered via an AC plug, a car adapter or an optional 5-hour battery. It also has a built-in ultrasonic mosquito repellent, two USB charging ports and an LED light.
Gerber’s upcoming camping utensil gives you nine different tools in a form that weighs less than an ounce. The full size utensil is a fork, spoon and knife in one, and it comes with a detachable kickstand that adds six more tools, including a bottle opener. Drops 2019.
If you’d rather leave your phone when you’re exploring, this satellite-based communication gadget could be your best alternative. It’s resistant to impact, dust and water. Its month-to-month plans let you text, send SOS, check in, send location details and more.
Quickloader’s small tie-down strap is made entirely out of rubber, which means there’s no metal or any other hard material that can risk damage or injuries. It’s perfect for small tie-down jobs, with a maximum load of 55 lb. Each pack comes with two straps.
Tentsile specializes in suspended tents, but its upcoming model promises to be even more versatile. This unique tent has an inflatable base that allows it to float on water. The five-person tent can also be used on land, and of course suspended. Drops 2/2019 for $1,999.
Despite its name, Six Pack Fitness‘ Expedition Backpack isn’t just for outdoorsmen. Its spacious insulated compartment and included meal containers makes it perfect for gym goers and fitness buffs. It also has enough space for your other items, including your laptop.
Protect yourself from those nasty bugs wherever you are with Thermacell’s Radius Zone Mosquito Repellent. It’s a rechargeable device that creates a 110sqft scent-free zone of protection against mosquitoes. It lasts up to 6h per charge, and each refill lasts up to 40h.
Vaonis’ Stellina is a compact telescope designed to share what it sees. Instead of an eyepiece, Stellina sends 3000×2000 pictures to your mobile device, making it easy to share and save the photos. Its app makes it easy to select what heavenly object you want to check out.
If you need a cooler or container that can withstand the harshest conditions, check out Speedbox’s Voyager 70. It’s made of shatter-resistant material and can carry up to 300lb. It also has no-flat tires, a durable aluminum handle and heavy duty compression latches.
Set up shop wherever your travels may take you with Pelican’s mobile office. This folding military-grade field desk offers two large work surfaces, two 6-outlet power strips, six drawers for storage, including two that can be locked. Also available as a single desk.
Bivy’s Bivystick links your phone to over 60 satellites, so you can send SMS, SOS messages and your location from anywhere in the world. It uses a convenient and easy to track credit-based data plan. It also lets you track your journey and see weather forecasts.