Wilderness BackpackingGear Giveaway
Outdoor Gear Type: Insulated Water Bottles
Recommended For: Urban Hiker
Award: Budget Pick 2017
The MiiR Vacuum Insulated Bottle capable of keeping things hot, yet also able to maintain the chill. And the lid is outstanding. Get insulated!
Outdoor Gear Type: Water Bottles
Recommended For: Car Camper, Day Hiker, Wilderness Backpacker
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.
Outdoor Gear Type: Tents
Recommended For: Ultralight Backpacker
Award: Classic Pick 2017
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
Next level your bag game. Get practical and satisfy that hipster-style with the Kilimanjaro 20L backpack for your urban trekking.
Recommended For: Day Hiker
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.
Outdoor Gear Type: Down Jackets
The Uniqlo Ultra Light Down Parka is a great budget pick for daily wear around town and weekends in the mountains with a style that transitions as you do.
The Thermos Hydration Bottle is a deceptively clever water carrier with enough features to make you feel fancy. Drink up!
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.
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.
Recommended For: Day Hiker, Urban Hiker
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.
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