Wilderness BackpackingGear Giveaway
Classic Pick 2017
Outdoor Gear Type: Insulated Water Bottles
Recommended For: Day Hiker, Urban Hiker
Award: Classic Pick 2017
Cold for days, hot for hours, and easy to handle. You know what you’re getting when you reach for the Hydro Flask 24 oz Standard Mouth Bottle — the best.
Outdoor Gear Type: Tents
Recommended For: Ultralight Backpacker
Looking for a backpacking tent that floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee? Check out the NEMO Hornet 2P for ultralight solo adventures.
Outdoor Gear Type: Backpacks
Recommended For: Urban Hiker
Next level your bag game. Get practical and satisfy that hipster-style with the Kilimanjaro 20L backpack for your urban trekking.
Outdoor Gear Type: Stoves
Recommended For: Car Camper
The Coleman Triton Stove is a hardy piece of equipment that’s capable of cooking a damn good meal. It’ll be a centerpiece in your camping outdoor kitchen.
Outdoor Gear Type: Water Bottles
Recommended For: Car Camper, Day Hiker, Wilderness Backpacker
The Nalgene 32oz Wide Mouth is about as classic as a water bottle can be. If you don’t lose it, yours will be with you for many years and miles to come.
Outdoor Gear Type: Down Jackets
Warmth, solid zippers, and a crazy lightweight package make the REI Magma 850 perfect for any cold city-dweller that wants to hike on the regular.
The Klean Kanteen Insulated Classic 32oz is the go-to high-volume insulated water bottle. Straightforward, excellent build quality, and makes no fake insulation claims.
Outdoor Gear Type: Fleece Jackets
Recommended For: Day Hiker, Ultralight Backpacker, Wilderness Backpacker
For a stellar start to your day, grab a cup of coffee and wrap yourself in the cozy Marmot Reactor fleece jacket. Run, walk, or chill at camp and on the trail.
The Platypus SoftBottle is an ultralight, flexible water bottle that will fit just about anywhere you can shove it. What are you waiting for?
The Patagonia Lightweight Synchilla Snap-T fleece allows you to stay comfy in camp and extra lazy in public. If you value coziness, it’s hard to do better.
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