Few things are better for body and soul than fresh air. But having the right gear for an outdoor adventure makes all the difference. So this holiday season, why not equip the adventure seeker in your life with a gift that encourages them to unplug and head out into the great outdoors.
The Jet Boil MiniMo is my favorite camping stove. It’s light enough to take anywhere and so easy to use that sometimes I just use it in place of my regular stove.
A good headlamp is a game-changer in the outdoors. Not only does this one have a red light setting so you can always see the stars, but it also has a lock feature so that you never run out of battery unexpectedly.
Leatherman Rebar Multitool
It’s a gift that will ensure they’re prepared for pretty much anything. Complete with 17 tools, this is what I would choose if I could only bring one thing with me into the wilderness.
An Eno hammock is portable enough to take on any hike, yet pleasant enough to set up in your backyard. It’s easy too. All you need to do is tie the straps around some trees and you are ready to sit back, relax and enjoy the clouds rolling past.
This fireplace allows you to have a fire in your backyard, on the beach, or really anywhere it is allowed, in complete safety. It also has internal jets that make it smoke-free, so they won’t leave a tearful eye every time they want to have a campfire and roast s’mores.
Ming’s Mark 36028 Folding Reclining Camp Chair
Rumpl Puffy Sherpa Blanket
Tired of eating charred hot dogs and scrambled eggs while camping? What is the sound of Honey Cilantro Pork Chops with Roasted Corn Salsa? Upgrade the campfire cooking game with a copy of this collection of easy-to-prepare recipes for the great outdoors. In addition to delicious meal ideas, the book includes shopping and equipment lists and instructions on food preparation and packaging.
Danish Endurance Merino Hiker and Hiking Socks
Because there is no better stocking padding than the socks themselves. Merino wool helps keep feet warm (and dry) in the winter and also makes it easy to breathe in the summer heat. This pair has the seal of approval of Rasmus Kragh, a mountaineer who climbed Mount Everest without using supplemental oxygen.
Yeti puts the freshness in a cooler. The brand’s signature “coldlock joint” technology is sure to keep food cold (or hot), regardless of the outside elements. This compact version can still hold 16 beers or 20 gallons of ice. And it also comes in stylish hues like sea foam.
Trails can be difficult to navigate once snow has accumulated. But a good pair of snowshoes will keep you going all winter long. This lightweight pair comes with easy-to-adjust suspenders. No need to fumble with frozen fingers.
Staying hydrated is essential to a successful outdoor business. This 32-ounce model keeps liquid hot for up to 6 hours or cold for up to 24. And it’s BPA free to boot.
Outdoor Hound Dog Backpack
A four-legged hiking buddy can carry their own supplies (can we suggest water, poop bags, and a few tennis balls?) On the trail with a bag specifically designed for dogs. This model is lightweight and breathable to optimize the comfort of furry friends. Reflective stripes improve visibility and keep the dog safe when twilight sets in.
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