Wilderness BackpackingGear Giveaway
Premium Pick 2017
Outdoor Gear Type: Insulated Water Bottles
Recommended For: Car Camper
Award: Premium Pick 2017
The YETI Rambler 36 is a bottle you can throw around and beat up, that will still love you and never leak. Cold, hot, and seriously huge. Drink up.
Outdoor Gear Type: Water Bottles
Recommended For: Car Camper, Day Hiker, Wilderness Backpacker
Your kidneys and liver will run optimally after purchasing the Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth 27oz bottle. You’ll drink more than enough water, and it’ll taste delicious.
Outdoor Gear Type: Tents
Recommended For: Wilderness Backpacker
The Big Agnes Copper Spur HV UL2 was built by backpackers, for backpackers. Thoughtful design elements and a spacious interior allow a true dirtbag to call this tent a second home.
Outdoor Gear Type: Stoves
Recommended For: Ultralight Backpacker
Truly light and cool to the max, the Snow Peak LiteMax Stove delivers quick boil times and ease of use in a tiny titanium package. Welcome on any trip.
The REI Kingdom 4 is a palace. Enough room for four adults, board games, and bedtime stories, it’s also guaranteed to make your camp neighbors jealous.
Outdoor Gear Type: Sleeping Pads
The Exped MegaMat 10 is the most comfortable outdoor sleeping experience around. If you’re considering a new mattress for your bedroom, get this instead.
The Zpacks Duplex is a masterpiece of design. An ultralight backpacker simply will not find a tent that is lighter, roomier, more durable, or more packable.
Outdoor Gear Type: Backpacks
From overnight trips to multi-day excursions anywhere your feet can take you, the Gregory Baltoro 65 has the features and supreme comfort to take you there.
The MSR Whisperlite liquid fuel stove shines for long trips in the mountains. It can go the distance, be repaired when it gets clogged, and uses cheap fuel.
The Camp Chef Everest stove performed admirably. Its ease of use, powerful burners, and stable design meant that no food was burned, undercooked, or covered dirt.
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