The outdoors are more of a refuge for us now than they've ever been before. Chances are your gifting list includes nature newcomers in addition to the rank of veterans. The ideas here — which include coffee primed for camping, a fully loaded trail running vest and so much more — will be well-received by either.
Stash those small, must-stay-dry items inside a lightweight, waterproof container instead of a plastic baggy next time you head out for an adventure.
Opinel has been making its simple yet super-giftable folding knife in France since the late 19th century. This version comes with a premium hardwood handle.
Gift it for an upcoming camping trip, then watch them use it on a daily basis when the woods and mountains are far, far away.
A sock so durable it has a lifetime guarantee can be soft and cozy too, as proven by Darn Tough's new midweight hiker.
With a spoon, fork, spatula, tongs, can opener and more, the Compleat is a multi-tool for your mouth.
People love wearing neck gaiters as face masks, so Buff made one with an extra layer of safety (literally).
Single-origin pour-over doesn't have to be a cafe-only experience.
Secure your gear with raft guide-approved straps that have a tensile strength of 1,500 pounds.
Don't be fooled into thinking you can't guzzle this raspberry-infused Vermont maple syrup straight from the pouch — that's what it was made for.
A bandana is a wilderness outfit staple. This one is made by a Native American-owned brand and features a hand-carved block print design.
This camping bowl will keep your hard-earned wilderness meal hot and works great for storing leftovers.
Thanks to its integrated fabric construction, the HeadLamp 200 is more comfortable than any other.
One of the best outdoor products of 2020, Hydro Flask's Trail Series bottle keeps your water cold without the typical bulk of other insulated bottles.
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This little lantern can light up a room (or tent), and it can recharge your phone while it's at it!
This waterproof bag straps to handlebars for essential cargo and doubles as a shoulder bag for anywhere-carry.
Not only are these polarized shades affordable, they're also made of plant-based plastic with real wood detailing.
Ultralight backpack? How about ultralight shorts — they pack small, dry fast and are insanely comfortable.
Wear them in the garden, on the ski lift and everywhere between.
It isn't ultralight, but Snow Peak's pack-away camp stove packs enough punch for a three-course meal, whether you're in the backcountry or backyard.
Make getting into rock climbing as easy as getting into a slipper with this multi-purpose, lace-free shoe.
The Carter might look like a city slicker, but its high-grade materials stand up to the beating it'll take in the woods.
A fresh cup is only a few cranks away with this campsite-friendly coffee grinder. It's highly portable and extra-durable (thanks to aircraft-grade aluminum).
Self-supported adventures are only so thanks to things like this vest, which has plenty of space for snacks and extra layers.
This puffy blanket brings the outdoors warmth of a sleeping bag and the apartment-worthy looks of a throw.
If you were to haul stones in this duffel, you could put them in the integrated "DirtBag" pouch inside so that they wouldn't get dirt on your clothes.
Responsibly sourced 800-fill down insulation never looked this good.
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