• Andrea Davis

Gift Guide For Outdoor Enthusiasts

Updated: 7 hours ago


#1.

Headlamp

Prepping dinner at the campsite or heading out for a predawn hike gets a little easier with the Petzl Tikka headlamp. Its 300-lumen flood beam provides ample lighting for proximity and some movement.



#2.

Cooler Cup

Enjoy a cold one (or a hot cuppa) anywhere with the convenience of the HydroFlask Cooler Cup. It keeps your can or bottle at the just-right temperature, then functions as a cup with one simple switch.




#3.

Mug

The YETI Rambler mug is loaded with top-to-bottom insulation to keep your coffee hot from first pour to last sip. Rambler mug is loaded with top-to-bottom insulation to keep your coffee hot from first pour to last sip.



#4.

Pillow

Luxurious, high-performance comfort without a lot of bulk, the Sea to Summit Aeros Premium pillow is perfect for travel and camping where you can risk a couple extra grams for a great night's sleep.



#5.

Socks

The ultimate crew-height companions for hot summer hikes, these women's socks are engineered to move moisture away from your skin, dry quickly and enhance comfort.



#6.

Pee Cloth

When nature calls (and it will), the Kula Cloth Reusable Antimicrobial Pee Cloth keeps your hands dry on one side while sopping moisture into the absorbent, antimicrobial side that won't show stains.



#7.

Flatware Set

Elevate your outdoor dining at camp or in the backyard. Stackable, durable and contained in a convenient travel pouch, this Hydro Flask flatware set is ready for mealtime anywhere.



#8.

Blanket

When you need to stay cozy at the campsite or nestled on the couch, the Rumpl NanoLoft Puffy Keep Me Warm blanket does just that as a throw or cape, with lighter, warmer insulation than the original.



#9.

Poncho

Beat the frosty chill of misty mornings at the campsite in the Rumpl NanoLoft Puffy poncho, which not only insulates to keep you toasty warm but keeps you protected from rain and moisture.



#10.

Hammock

With ample room for 2, the ever-popular ENO DoubleNest Printed hammock assembles in seconds and is light enough to take backpacking, while being robust enough for backyard hangout sessions.



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