Camping

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Dom’Up Treehouse

The first look at Dom'Up is probably going to remind you of Swiss Family Robinson or Ewoks from Star Wars, but that's ok. The tree shelter was conceived by Trees & People to be a suspension style dwelling above the forest floor that leaves no impact on the trees or environment. Using just two trees and their proprietary ... continue reading
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Pocket Squares by Declan Clean Your Phone, Glasses, and More SPONSORED

The pocket square, while timeless, is useless. Yeah, it looks good, but that's about all it does. Declan has changed that. Declan is a pocket square, handkerchief, and cleaning cloth all in one. Keep it as a stylish accessory in your breast or back pocket, and pull it out when you need to clean your phone screen, glasses, camera, or other device. Declan's signature materials help actually clean your gear, not just spread smudges around like when you use your shirt. And with plenty of styles to choose from, Declan can truly go anywhere. ... check it out
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Moby1 XTR Trailer

Whether you're going away for a weekend camping trip or packing up shop and never looking back, the Moby1 XTR Teardrop Trailer is the ideal traveling companion. With an extensive array of options and add-ons, you can build one exactly how you want. Choose from things like a rooftop tent, a hot water heater with sinks ... continue reading
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BioLite KettlePot

When the BioLite CampStove came out it was one of the coolest gadgets we had seen in a while. We love disconnecting as much as possible, but that doesn't mean we don't want to take pictures, listen to music and play games some times. All of those things require gadget power, and the CampStove did that. Then the BioLite ... continue reading
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Sitka x Case XX Hobo Knife

The hobo knife can get a bad rap because of its name. You're not a hobo, so why do you need a hobo knife? More importantly, it's not just a knife, so why is it named like that? Something like utilitarian utensil set would be a more fitting name, but that doesn't sound as cool. But I digress. Having a folding fork, ... continue reading
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Salut! Travel Cup

For the traveler who enjoys a quick nip of something while exploring, there’s this Salut! Travel Cup. Instead of passing a flask around the campfire, consider this cup your classy alternative. Pour your drink like a gentleman into this stainless steel collapsible cup that easily fits right in your pocket. It won't ... continue reading
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Campfire Weekend


 If there’s a better way to spend a few cool summer evenings than around a campfire with some food and a few beers, we haven’t thought of it. Of course, just walking out unprepared would be foolish. Assuming you’ve got all your camping essentials covered—tent, sleeping bag, full, face-warming beard—here are the items you’ll want while you sit around the fire. ... continue reading
This post is sponsored by Kia.


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Vapur Eclipse Anti-Bottle

We already liked the Anti-Bottles from Vapur, but didn't always want a neon blue drinking vessel that stands out like death metal fan at a Justin Bieber concert. The Eclipse series is more our speed. Available in either Olive Green or Night Blue, the collapsible plastic bottle is ideal for camping, hiking, or climbing. ... continue reading
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Life is Precious Survival Kit

Nobody said you could't look good while fighting for your life in the wild, right? If you agree with that - as ludicrous as it may sound - this survival kit designed by Fort Standard would make for an aesthetically pleasing struggle. The kit (which, unfortunately, is not available to purchase) includes a compass, pen ... continue reading
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