It’s that special time of year again — Amazon Prime Day! We’ve highlighted ten incredible deals from Amazon that will brighten anyone’s mood. From rooftop tents to trekking poles, our Prime Day guide presents some of the coolest gear out there for summer camping and backpacking.
Amazon Prime members will enjoy discounted prices and free shipping on all the gear we’ve highlighted during Prime Day. We’ve made sure that all the lovely gear we’re highlighting for you is also in stock and ready to ship so you can go ahead and add to your cart and get all the stuff you want, now.
Here’s your Amazon Prime Day Summer Camping and Backpacking product guide. Prime Day deals are in effect only for July 12 and 13 of 2022 — so shop fast! And to make sure you get the best deals, sign up for Prime today!
Oru Kayak Foldable Kayak
Who doesn’t love to get out on the water on a hot summer day? Traditional kayaks are great, but they can be a challenge to store and transport, especially for urban dwellers. The Oru Foldable Kayak offers the same benefits as a traditional kayak and is far easier to store and transport. The Oru Kayak folds itself into a nice little package that can fit in your closet or the backseat of your Honda Civic. Setting up the kayak is as simple as unfolding it and latching some straps and buckles.
LifeStraw Peak Series Water Filter System
This is an incredible new offering from Lifestraw. The Peak Series bottle and filter is designed for those traveling fast through rugged terrain. The bottle itself is made of incredibly durable materials, so you won’t spring a leak and the hollow fiber membrane has an insane flow rate of three liters per minute! The Lifestraw Peak Series is an incredibly affordable and versatile choice for anyone looking to up their backcountry hydration game.
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Sea to Summit Adaptor Coolmax Sleeping Bag Liner
The Sea To Summit Coolmax Sleeping Bag Liner is a versatile piece of kit that should be a staple for summertime camping. The fabric of this liner is made with Coolmax and is meant to feel soft against the skin and stretch as you move. This wicking fabric helps prevent those clammy nights when the humidity feels like it has hit 110%. This liner can be used on its own during those hot and muggy nights or paired with a sleeping bag or quilt for added warmth if the mercury drops.
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MIER Lanshan Ultralight Tent 3-Season Backpacking Tent
Does this tent look familiar? The Mier Lanshan 2 is an ultralight 1-or-2 person tent that borrows design queues from a couple of very well-known, far more expensive tents. This ultralight tent sets up with trekking poles to reduce weight and pack size. The tent pitches nice and taught and has a small footprint making it perfect for anyone trying to keep weight down without reducing storm worthiness. The double-wall construction keeps condensation to a minimum, and the doors can be rolled back for incredible views from the tent.
MPOWERD Luci Solar String Lights + Phone Charger
The MPOWERD Luci Solar String Lights are an 18-foot string of lights with 10 LED dual-directional nodes (20 lights in total) that can be easily hung around a campsite or home. The base is solar charged (of course) and can charge your phone, too.
We think this is a cool, portable addition to any campsite or backyard. It’s a great item to give as a gift!
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Cascade Mountain Tech Trekking Poles
The Cascade Mountain Tech Tri Fold Trekking Poles are a serious bargain. These carbon fiber poles are super light, easy to carry thanks to the trip fold design and offer adjustability to fit just about anyone. If you’re on the fence about trekking poles and don’t want to spend big bucks, then these are the poles for you. You’ll be surprised years down the road that you are still using these poles on every hike.
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Solar Panel, Anker 15W USB Solar Charger
Anker, the name synonymous with high-quality power banks, is now offering solar panels to charge those very same power banks. This simple and lightweight 15W Solar Panel has a USB outlet for simple charging of your favorite accessories. In direct and constant sunlight, this Anker Solar Panel has enough power and efficiency to effectively charge your phone. The perfect power source for your summer camp!
Osprey Aether 65 Backpack
Classics are classics for a reason. The Osprey Aether 65 has been around for some time now and doubtless has been used over hundreds of thousands of backpacking miles. It’s got everything a backpacker could want — great capacity, storage for all the little things, a sleeping pad strap, trekking pole holders, and it is highly durable. Osprey offers their Ironclad Guarantee, so you can rest assured they’re going to take care of this pack for as long as you have it.
Black Diamond Storm 400 Lumen Headlamp
The Black Diamond Storm Headlamp is a great piece of kit that should live in your backpack forever. This small AA battery-operated headlamp provides up to 400 lumens of brightness to illuminate the trail in front of you. This headlamp has multiple brightness options including the ability to change the beam pattern. When at camp, you can make use of the red-light setting which won’t degrade your natural night vision. This is great for reading in the tent or running to take a quick bathroom break without waking up too much.
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Therm-a-Rest LuxuryMap Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad
This Therm-a-Rest self-inflating sleeping pad is so comfortable you might find yourself coming up with even more reasons to camp than usual! The Luxury Map will provide even the most finicky of sleepers a great night’s rest. How did this pad get the name “Luxury Map”? Great question. Therm-a-Rest has pressure-mapped this sleeping pad to give you the ultimate comfort.
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Thule Tepui Explorer Ayer 2 Person Tent
The Thule Tepui Explorer Ayer 2-Person Rooftop Tent is an “affordable” entry into the world of rooftop tents. This four-season tent is easy to set up and is seriously comfortable. Camping in a rooftop tent is an entirely different experience from sleeping in traditional ground tents and one that is truly comfortable in every sense of the word. The robust materials on this tent will inspire confidence during even the worst storms, and getting up high off the ground is welcome for anybody who is leery of the nocturnal wildlife.
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