Waterproof canisters, campsite cutlery, hiking shorts and more for all those upcoming adventures.
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The outdoors are more of a refuge for us now than they've ever been before. And even though the weather is cooling down, there are still plenty of opportunities to get back out there (and the weather will warm up again in just a few short months). Well guess what? There's a pretty good chance there's someone in your life doing the same, taking inventory of the gear they have and that which needs picking up or replacing.
If that's the case, you may want to snag a gift or two for that person (or persons) to help them better enjoy their adventures in camping, hiking and climbing, fishing, etc. In that case, the ideas here — which include everything from coffee primed for camping to a fully loaded trail running vest and so much more — will be well-received. You really can't go wrong with any of these outdoor gifts.
Give your favorite outdoorsman a durable and lightweight cooler for access to cold beverages on-demand, anywhere. With watertight zippers and buckles, this 12-can cooler ensures no leaks and spills no matter how rough the excursion. Its padded shoulder strap is ideal for hiking, trekking to the beach or a day in the wilderness. Plus, it floats even when full so it's equally perfect for fishing and boating enthusiasts too.
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.
This jacket is a Huckberry all-time best-seller for a reason: it's comfortable, stylish, and durable as hell.
Exclusively available through Bespoke Post, these look like stylish sneakers but perform like all-weather hiking shoes — the best of both worlds.
One of the best outdoor products of all time, Hydro Flask's Trail Series bottle keeps your water cold without the typical bulk of other insulated bottles.
This waterproof kit comes with all the gear you need to survive out in the wilderness for an extended period, including first aid and even some foodstuffs.
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).
Not only were these full-cushioning socks designed specifically to take the impact off your feet for extended hikes, but they come in some handsome colorways, too.
Thanks to its integrated fabric construction, the HeadLamp 200 is more comfortable than any other.
The Carter might look like a city slicker, but its high-grade materials stand up to the beating it'll take in the woods.
Our pick for the best hiking shorts you can buy, these performance bottoms look like something you'd wear every day but they've got some stretch, ventilation and more to make them ideal for athletic endeavors.
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.
Wear them in the garden, on the ski lift and everywhere between.
Made to be portable yet still producing a flame hot enough to keep you warm on those cooler nights, this Bespoke Post-exclusive fire pit makes an outstanding gift for campers and backyard loungers alike.
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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).
Secure your gear with raft guide-approved straps that have a tensile strength of 1,500 pounds.
Much easier to haul from the car to the campsite (and back again) than traditional coolers, this one will also keep ice frozen for literal days at a time and fits 20-30 cans, depending on the size you choose.
A lighter is a must in the outdoors. And this inverted version will help direct the flame towards the campfire and away from hands.
This little lantern can light up a room (or tent), and it can recharge your phone while it's at it!
While useful for cutting up firewood, most saws are hardly packable. This one, by contrast, is just as capable as a rigid option but can literally be slipped into your pocket.
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.
Who says binoculars can't be cool? These ones are, and they're useful (which is really the bigger point).
Make getting into rock climbing as easy as getting into a slipper with this multi-purpose, lace-free shoe.
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.
Setting up a tent is one of the more frustrating parts of camping, but this tent does the hard work by literally popping itself up. And collapsing it is only slightly more difficult once the trip is over.
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