The Vertex Ultralight stove weighs just 1.8oz and folds completely flat for easy storage. It’s made of stainless steel and comes with a ripstop nylon pouch. It works with fuel tablets or with the Trangia Spirit Burner.
Alite Design’s wearable sleeping bag for couples. Aside from having zippered holes for your arms and legs, it also has a full-length zipper at the side so you can zip multiple sleeping bags together *wink wink*.
Larger variants of the PowerPot. The PowerPot X & XL have an improved USB regulator with 2 USB ports. They can charge a single device at 10W or 2 devices at once at 5W. The X has a 2.3L capacity while the XL has a 3.8L capacity.
A sleeping bag with removable baffles. Stuff more baffles in the bag for more warmth or take them out to make the bag weigh less. It also has drawstrings that let you adjust the length and width of the bag. Skip to 1:00 in the video.
Working in big cities, stuck in traffic, or standing in line at Starbucks, many of us have a very narrow daily view of life on planet Earth. Here are a few of the most awe-inspiring vistas on the planet that should inspire you to get out more.
Goruck’s new shoulder bags have a bombproof laptop compartment spacious enough for a 17″ MacBook Pro. The bags are also made of durable Cordura and water-resistant material. Available in 15L and 20L sizes.
The Westalot is a clever take on the garment bag. It folds up into a duffle bag and has extra compartments, making it more compact and useful than ordinary garment bags. It can carry everything you need for a 3-day trip.
Mapkin is an iOS app that lets you make personalized maps for your loved ones. Choose which landmarks appear on the map, add notes or even voice recordings then send a link to the map via SMS, email, Facebook or Twitter.
Practice your switchblade skills with the Butterfly Knife Cutlery. Choose between a spoon or a fork with a balisong mechanism. Both pieces have a bottle opener built-in. A spork version would be even more awesome.
A bag designed to carry and separate your dirty clothes from your clean ones when you’re traveling. It has an opening on each end and a movable partition in the middle, so it adjusts as you have more dirties, and fewer clean clothes.
We can already see the potential for extra comfort in the everyday situations where we need it most from the Möbius strip inspired design of the versatile Forever Pillow by HUZI. Special early backer pricing is still available.
Shapl makes it easy to carry toiletries and other liquids in small amounts. Each container has a squeezable body, suction cups that come in different colors, and water-resistant stickers. Available in TSA-friendly 1.2oz and 2.2oz sizes.
Our favorite new character on Glove and Boots whips out his tracksuit and gold chain once more to give us a quick tour of his home town, along with some pointers on life in the Big Apple’s fast lane. Mmmm. Dirty water dogs.
Wrap PacSafe’s stainless steel wire mesh over your bag and then lock it to prevent access or theft. It comes with a padlock and is highly adjustable. There’s also a variant for protecting cameras and other small items.
A backpack with a 35L capacity. It has full-length zippers for easy access to its contents. It also lies flat for easy packing, and has a dedicated laptop compartment. Its straps can also be tucked inside so you can carry it like a briefcase.
Photographer Thomas Prior captured these explosive photos from this annual festival, which attracts over 100,000 spectators and participants to watch stuff blow up – and nearly light themselves on fire – down in Tultepec, Mexico.
Ever wanted to travel to the Alps, but didn’t have the time or money to take the journey? Well sit back for the next 22 minutes and enjoy a 7.5 mile flight to an altitude of over 7,000 feet in a 3-foot-wide Microdrones MD4-1000 UAV.
Filmmaker Scientifantastic was in Rio de Janeiro on assignment, and while there he created this impressive HD time-lapse short film of the city by night and by day, along with the epically beautiful and peaceful Iguazú Falls.
Vincent Urban, Clemens Krüger and Stefan Templer spent three weeks exploring the diverse landscape and colorful culture of the Kingdom of Morocco, chronicling their journey using Red and Canon cameras from Sigma Technologies.
(NSFW: Language)Joey Schusler and his friends went on one last adventure together before they graduated from college. They journeyed from Colorado to Canada on a school bus that Joey’s friend modded to run on waste vegetable oil.
Matt Givot and Dan Douglas take us on a brief time-lapse journey through the Disneyland and California Adventure theme parks. They snapped over 20,000 still images to create their magic, then set it to the ethereal sounds of Pogo.
Graham Hughes has traveled to all 201 nations (and a few territories) – without ever getting on an airplane. While in each country, he captured a one-second snippet, and compiled it into a single video. It took him nearly four years to finish.
GoPro takes us on a dirt bike journey through exotic locales of India and into the heights of the Himalayas, as a man and his father encounter treacherous roads, armed militants, and a life-changing experience for both of them.
Unlike traditional sleeping bags, Nemo’s Spoon Shape Series of sleeping bags don’t make you sleep like a mummy. They’re wide at the shoulders and knee area so you can move around and even sit up comfortably.