Ultralight, simple beyond measure, reliable to 100,000 gallons, and tiny. The Sawyer MINI Water Filtration System works on the spot for everyone.
Don’t want to spend a boatload of cash to keep a little rain off your shoulders? The Frogg Toggs Ultra-Lite2 Jacket will protect you from the elements because that’s all it was made to do.
Sierra Design Flex Capacitor review: cleverly designed for the modern ultralight backpacker with adjustable volume and decent load bearing.
The Nalgene ATB 22oz. bottle is a true all-types of all-terrain bottle meant for those who want to hydrate on the go. Drink up, drink quick, don’t spill.
The Polar Bottle Insulated Sport is durable, comfortable to use, easy to carry, and refreshingly leak free, all with light insulation that works as claimed.
Stanley Classic Vacuum Bottle Review: In an ideal world every campground table would come equipped with this bottle. The two belong together like hot coals and a fire pit.
Primus Classic Trail Stove Review: It won’t wow you with features, but it provides a reliable source of warmth in your time of need, all for $20.
There’s no place like home on the trail, especially when home is the Tarptent Double Rainbow. This two-person ultralight tent sets up in a flash and adapts to almost any situation. Clip it. Strap it. Stake it. Bop it!