After a year of restricted travel, we're all restless enough to hit the road or join the jet set. These affordable items are sure to the help any adventurer travel in comfort and style.
Adding reliable liners to any old pair of gloves or mittens is the easiest way to upgrade their warmth. The Heatwaves provide five extra degrees of toastiness to your existing mitts, but you also can wear them solo.
Water bottles are essential for any trip, but can commandeer a lot of bag space. Enter the Flux, which shrinks as you drink, becoming small enough when empty to fit in a jacket pocket.
Nite Ize's patented zipper design turns this quart-sized pouch into a vault against liquid and dust. Use it to protect gadgets against errant splashes, or stash toiletries inside to prevent shampoo explosions from ruining your clothes.
"Roughing it" doesn’t have to mean sacrificing a comfy perch for your cranium when sleeping. With inflatable baffles, soft foam and a jersey cover, the Fillo provides more cushion than you'd expect from a product that packs down to the size of a water bottle.
Headlamps are a must-have for any trip that might involve a walk in the dark. This one’s the perfect all-purpose light, thanks to its comfortable fabric strap and micro-USB rechargeable battery.
Swilling contaminated water should never be an item on your itinerary. The pint-sized TrailShot fits in your backpack's smallest pocket, but can refill a water bottle in seconds. You can also use it as a deployable fountain and drink directly from a stream.
A folding pocket knife can handle many of the unforeseen chores and repairs you might encounter on an adventure. To tackle an even greater variety of tasks, Leatherman added screwdrivers, a bottle opener, package opener, pry tool and an awl into this knife's handle.
There are a lot of travel bags out there, but none quite like Matador's Seg42. Yes, the adventure duffel has tuck-away backpack straps and a rugged, weatherproof exterior, but it also features five integrated packing-cube-style pockets that make loading up almost fun. Easy exterior access makes reaching for a specific t-shirt easy, and distinct compartments can separate the dirty from the clean. And should you need more space, you can stash these pockets away and use the duffel’s insides as a single large compartment, instead.