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Bowlus has just revealed the new Volterra, which it’s calling the first-ever all-electric RV. However, while the camper comes equipped with a 17kWh lithium iron phosphate battery – which boasts a 100 percent capacity increase over the company’s previous Terra Firma model – it’s worth noting that it will need to be towed behind another vehicle. Nevertheless, the Volterra still circumvents the need for propane or gas. Its features include an induction cooktop stove, hydronic heating system and AeroSolar technology, which fans can use to charge their systems and devices. Notably, the Volterra is also the first trailer to offer high-speed satellite internet (thanks to Starlink). The camper can sleep up to four people, boasts a spacious bathroom (equipped with a shower) and costs $310,000.
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adidas’ classic TERREX AX4 Hiking Shoes are built to keep you comfortable on any terrain. Available for both men and women, the shoes employ a Continental Rubber outsole to ensure an all-condition grip and come equipped to help prevent irritations, blisters and pain along pressure points. The Mid Gore-Tex model merges the lightweight feel of a classic trail-running shoe with the stability of a mid-height hiking shoe. As a result, the shoes are equipped for all-day wear but will also keep your feet dry and stable in wet conditions. Plus, thanks to a waterproof GORE-TEX membrane, Continental Rubber outsole, molded sock liner and dual density EVA midsole, you can confidently explore your favorite trails in any season. Low-top styles come equipped with the same Continental Rubber outsole and lightweight design to keep you comfortable on sunny, all-day excursions. So no matter what conditions you’re shopping for, adidas TERREX AX4 Hiking shoes make it easy to start your next adventure.
While many of Gerber’s new knives are either slow to stock or quickly selling out, you can still buy the $36 Dibs knife right now. The fixed blade features a 2.5” long drop point blade made with 440A matte black PVD and a handle with a cutout, skeletal grip. The knife, which features a lanyard hole, measures nearly 6” all in all and weighs just 2.2 ounces. It arrives with a leather sheath that includes a sturdy loop for belt wear, as well as a small footprint should you wish to tuck the knife into your pocket.
Whether you’re simply hauling a few sides to your favorite picnic spot or travel-packing main ingredients for your next camping trip, Snow Peak’s new Tobachi 2 is sure to expedite the process. The piece arrives as part of Snow Peak’s new Tobachi Collection, which offers a wide range of accessories built to optimize outdoor dining. At the core of this collection are two new porcelain food storage containers entitled the Tobachi Medium and Tobachi Small. Meanwhile, the Tobachi 2 is an insulated ‘lunchbox’ system that can fit four Tobachi Small and one Tobachi Medium container for easy packing. While the Tobachi 2 only costs $140, fans who fall in love with the system can also bring home the Tobachi 3 (which can fit up to six Tobachi Small containers plus one Tobachi Medium) for $170.
In total, The Shaker System contains 26 items available in four colorways. The system took 9 years to design and ultimately aims to anticipate and meet every possible hanging storage need. Built around a horizontal bar on which any of the system's accessories can be hung, Kvadrat describes the bar as “inspired by the Shaker peg rail but sculptural in its proportions.” It also calls Simons’ “Vidar 4” fabric ‘the protagonist of the system’ as it’s used across the majority of the accessories in the collection and to upholster the bar. Fans can test virtual, 3-D versions of each accessory on the brand’s site or explore the entire system simultaneously.
Tecovas is a tried and true purveyor of ranch wear and leather goods –– so if you’re looking for real cowboy boots, check out their lineup. Their Cargo Hauler is no exception and makes lugging firewood, tools or other heavy goods all the easier. It’s made with the brand’s water-resistant Sturdy Waxed Canvas and features reinforced Presidio leather straps and bound seams. At $95, it would make a welcome addition to any ranch or camper kit and surely impress as a gift for any real outdoorsmen.