Packing a small set of fly fishing essentials inside a compact and stylish bag, this kit lets you drive down to the river and spend the sunny days of summer catching fish with nothing but a fanny pack in tow.
UCO's newest camp light comes with a puck that you can hang on an elevated facility and magnetically snap onto the lantern to turn it into instant overhead lighting that you can take out and snap back in a jiffy.
Hobie's updated pedal system for kayaks can instantly reverse thrust with a single pull, allowing you to change directions quickly, enabling unprecedented maneuverability whether you're fishing, duck hunting, or just enjoying the water.
A personal-sized cooler, Yeti's latest can keep up to 12 bottles cold or a day's worth of meals warm, making itself useful, whether you're enjoying a picnic, drinking on the beach, or waiting for big game in a tree stand.
Yes, it's small enough to fit in the expandable side pockets of your mountaineering backpack, but a clever design allows this fan-powered biofuel stove to cook large meals on large pots with relative ease.
Over the past few years, BioLite's BaseCamp has evolved as the go-to outdoor stove for large-scale cooking at camp. It can cook everything. Well… except pizzas. That changes now with this new add-on accessory.
If you carry fuel canisters to camp, might as well use it for more than cooking and boiling. Like using them as old-school camp lanterns. If you're not sure how, Snow Peak's got you covered with their new add-on rig.
You drink your hydration from a water bottle and your libations from a cup. You're a civilized man and we feel your pain. So does Stable Goods, who made this awesome water bottle that cleverly transforms into a beautiful pint.
Whether you're hiking to a camp site, a beach, or a music festival, if you're carrying heavy gear, save your back the hassle and tow it in this lightweight and highly maneuverable off-road cart instead.
A modern version of the canvas bedrolls Australia's nomadic swagmen used back in the day, these waterproof , single-person tents come with built-in sleeping bags for quick and easy set up out in the field.
Billed as "the world's most versatile tent," Cotopaxi's newest shelter uses snap-on components to set up as a single-person shelter, a two-person hideout, or a four-person dwelling, depending on what the adventure needs.