No matter who you’re shopping for this holiday season, we have you covered. For our Stocking Stuffers series, our writers and editors weigh in on the best gifts under $50 to give this year.

Gear Aid Buri Utility Knife

In the heat of adventure, an ordinary pocketknife simply won’t do. They break easily and perform only basic tasks. But not the Buri Utility Knife. It packs the versatility and disaster-ready power of a burly bushcraft blade but in compact form. Its titanium-coated, full-tang blade is both straight and serrated, making it much more capable than most pocketknives; it also has a bottle opener, glass breaker and lanyard hole integrated into the handle. With its multiple attachment points, you can carry the Buri however you like — on your waist, on your pack, around your neck and more.

Buy Now: $30

The North Face ThermoBall Traction Mule IV Bootie

Toasty warm, fleece-lined, packable booties. You haven’t lived until you’ve worn these sitting by a campfire.
Buy Now: $50

Stance Palisade Outdoor Socks

Yes, hiking socks can be stylish.
Buy Now: $20

The Lost Explorer Take a Hike Pin

Perfect adornment for backpacks, canvas jackets and all manner of outdoorsy hats.
Buy Now: $15

Opinel No. 10 Stainless-Steel Folding Knife

More than a hundred years after its creation, the No. 10 is still among the best deals in pocketknives.
Buy Now: $20

The New York Times Explorer: Mountains, Deserts, & Plains

Twenty-five breathtaking destinations, guided by some of the world’s finest travel journalists. Beware: may cause spontaneous flight booking.
Buy Now: $35

SAXX Vibe Boxers

Wear these, and you’ll want to throw away all of those cotton things you’ve been wearing since before you could ride a bike. Your jewels will thank you.
Buy Now: $32

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Stanley Adventure Stainless Steel Flask

Made to be thrown into dirt and smashed against rocks, not kept in some tidy liquor cabinet. A timeless classic.
Buy Now: $18

Aeropress Coffee and Espresso Maker

Perhaps the quickest and most portable way to brew delicious coffee, ever.
Buy Now: $30

Leatherman Micra Multi-Tool

Eleven great everyday tools that fit onto any keychain.
Buy Now: $25

BioLite PowerLight Mini

A powerful LED light smaller than an iPhone. It’s rechargeable (lasts up to 52 hours) and doubles as a backup battery for everyday gadgetry.
Buy Now: $45

Patagonia Black Hole Cube 6L

Organize equipment, tools, electronics and clothing. It opens up clamshell-style and lays flat; mesh dividers neatly separate goods. And it’s tough as hell.
Buy Now: $40

The New Primal Jerky Sampler Pack

Savory beef and turkey jerky, in two flavors: classic and spicy. Perfect for snacking on the trail.
Buy Now: $31

North Drinkware The California Tumbler

Handblown in Portland, Oregon; the base features a stunning miniaturized Half Dome, one of the most legendary landmarks in the great outdoors.
Buy Now: $45

Parks Project Muir Woods Redwood Raglan Tee

Show support for America’s wild places with a tee that gives back: for every shirt sold, Parks Project makes a donation to support the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.
Buy Now: $40

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