YOBOgear’s packable hammock stand lets you hang two hammocks side by side for outdoor companionship. It weighs under 16 pounds and is strong enough to hold two full-size adults. You can hang a kid-size hammock or gear storage above as well. It requires no staking and holds bridge and XL hammocks up to 14 feet long.
This versatile little light can be mounted to a hat or helmet or worn with a headband. It’s also useful as a handheld flashlight or an impromptu bedside lamp. It outputs up to 170 lumens and also has a 20-lumen low mode, along with a red light that can be set to flash in an emergency. Its rechargeable battery can be juiced up via USB.
This lantern not only provides a source of illumination for outdoor gatherings, but it also keeps mosquitoes away. It repels the buggers from a 20×20 foot area and the included Thermacell repellent cartridge offers up to 12 hours of protection. Both the light and repellant dispenser run on a rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack.
This compact LED lantern folds up for easy packing and opens up onto a kickstand when in use. It outputs up to 400 lumens of brightness and delivers smooth and even light in every direction. It’s just as useful for camping and working on indoor projects, and its integrated handle lets you hang or carry it while lit.
Designed to perform in thick mud, the Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 High Lifter features high-mounted air intakes and clutch ducting to keep clean air flowing. It has an 85 hp engine, on-demand AWD, and rolls on mud-happy 30″ Outlaw 2 tires for 13.5″ of ground clearance, and comes with a 3500 lb. factory-installed winch.
The unique SpaceCamperBike bicycle has a pop-up tent and reclining bed, allowing riders to enjoy an off-the-ground shelter when they stop to rest. It’s also got a fold-out table which can be used for dining or as a desk. It’s based on the Riese&Müller Load75, an electric cargo bike with a powerful Bosch motor drive.
Eugene Levy stars in this series in which the SCTV and Schitt’s Creek alum agrees to visit places he never dreamed of going before. While we’re not expecting the hijinx of Karl Pilkington’s An Idiot Abroad, we’re looking forward to watching this fish-out-of-water travel show when it arrives on Apple TV+ 2.24.23.
This stainless steel stove goes anywhere thanks to its flat-pack design. It weighs just 14.5 oz, so it won’t weigh down your pack either. It’s designed to burn organic matter like twigs, moss, wood, and charcoal and comes with a waxed canvas pouch for storage. We recommend pairing it with Überleben’s Hexå firestarter.
This compact lantern packs a 2000-lumen light source that casts a wide-angle beam. It can illuminate a 160º area from up to 190 feet away and has stepless brightness and color temperature controls. An adjustable angle tripod bracket and magnetic base provide mounting flexibility. It also has a red LED for emergencies and night reading.
The Nomad is a sleek and contemporary propane fire pit that stands out from the crowd. It’s made from welded aluminum and has built-in side handles for carrying. It accepts a standard 20 lb. propane tank and includes lava rock and a weather-resistant cover. Available in Snowdrift, Harbor Blue, Juicy Fruit, or Cannon Grey.
Naglev’s hiking shoes are built for extreme adventuring. They’re made with a one-piece Kevlar upper for durability. A wool liner wicks away moisture, while its midsole and footbed mold to your feet over time for comfort. Last but not least, a rubber lug outsole offers impressive grip on varied terrain.
Whether camping or tailgating, the last thing you want to let you down is your drink cooler. Pelican takes their knack for building nearly indestructible cases and applies it to coolers that can retain ice up to 10 days, and can even keep out bears. They come in 30-, 50-, and 70-quart sizes.
NEBO’s LED lanterns punch out more light than most, with both 500-lumen and 1000-lumen models available. They project smooth light in either a 120º or 360º pattern, and both include a red light mode for nighttime or emergency use. Their rechargeable battery packs can also be used to charge gadgets.
This campsite set from Republic of Durable Goods combines their Mock One self-standing hammock with a detachable bug net and lightweight roof structure, providing shelter from the elements while you relax and unwind. The hammock can also be used standalone and includes a sun shade canopy and a cozy sleep quilt.
Bask in the warming glow of a real flame by your campsite. This lightweight lantern from Firemaple runs on isobutane or propane and includes a lightweight hard case to protect its heat-proof borosilicate glass while traveling. Upgrade to the premium version and get a handsome leather cover for its fuel canister.
After a pandemic and supply chain delays, the Hitch Hotel is back and even better for 2023. The tiny trailer collapses down small enough to store in the corner of your garage but expands to a 7-foot camper that sleeps two adults. It’s got a lightweight aluminum frame and fiberglass shell, so it only adds 950 pounds of towing weight.
Thyrm’s PyroVault 2.0 provides a durable waterproof housing for your lighter, keeping it safe from the elements. It has a dual-wall construction with a full gasket seal and an easy-open, spring-loaded lid. It also comes with a Tinder-Quik firestarter that hides beneath the lighter. Compatible with a variety of Zippo inserts.
Pack weight is one of the most important things to consider when camping. The Pacofire lets you carry a compact grill in your backpack, and the titanium version weighs about the same as a can of beer. The hexagonal grill sets up atop a three-piece base that can hold charcoal, wood, or pellets. Also available in stainless steel.
This three-piece set is a great addition to any fisherman’s toolkit. It includes a titanium-coated, salt-proof fillet knife along with a folding cutting board and a carrying bag. The board has non-slip rubber feet and a built-in knife sharpener on its edge. Available with a 7″ or 8.5″ knife.
SylvanSport’s kit transforms any campsite our outdoor space into a proper kitchen. It offers two bamboo countertops with 8.8 sq. ft. of prep surface, a collapsible camping sink, storage shelves with zippered fronts, a backsplash organizer, and a steel stove windscreen. It packs up into a 40″ x 19″ x 8″ travel bag.
Anyone who’s attempted to pull a cart full of gear up a hill or over a bumpy trail knows it can be taxing. The Outisan solves that problem by adding an electric power-assist system. Its battery pack and in-wheel motors can help pull loads up to 180 pounds. It’s also got hill-descent control that helps slow carts when going downhill.
Outdoor gear maker Hyperlite presents a series of essential pieces for safe and comfortable camping: the Unbound 40 – a 40-liter backpack, the Unbound 2P, a three-season tent, and the 20-Degree Quilt, a warm and cozy goose down quilt. Each item is designed to minimize weight and maximize protection from the elements.
Our fave standard issue 8×25 waterproof binoculars by Nocs Provisions now come in an Honor Native Land bundle in limited-edition Dewdrop Blue or Dewdrop Gray. Comes with a Nocs Photo Rig Smartphone Adapter for telephoto snaps and a woven tapestry strap in a pattern designed by Amelia Winger-Bearskin. An REI exclusive.