Cotopaxi's three-season, three-person tent uses extended sidewalls that allow its occupants to stretch out, all while packing into a lightweight and compact size that makes it easy to carry during your camping adventures in the remaining days of fall.
Winter coats don't have it easy. They need to keep you warm, stand up to inclement weather, and have the versatility to stylishly layer over all of your winter outfits. It's a tough job, but this parka can handily do it.
Char your steaks indoors when unfavorable weather arrives with Kenyon's electric grill, which comes with a 155-square inch cooking area, so you can make enough burgers to feed a hungry group of six (or more) in just a single batch.
It's not exactly the same as designing your own puffy jacket, but Eddie Bauer will let you customize a whole load of things on their hit technical outerwear, so you can brave the cold this winter covered in a highly-personalized garment.
Camping in the winter? If you like to stay as toasty as possible, you can’t beat having a stove warming up the space inside the tent. This portable and packable wood-burning stove can provide that and more.
Tailgating is fun. It's also a bit of work, having to clean the cooler, ready the grill, pack up the tables, and collect a whole load of supplies. Instagate simplifies things by putting them all in a $40 kit you can dump in the boot of the car.
Lowering the barrier to outdoor living, this camper trailer weighs just 100 pounds, allowing it to be towed on a small bicycle, all while seating up to four people and sleeping up to two. Just don't climb steep hills and you should be fine.
Your gear deserves to be protected from the downpours of wet season, just as much as you cover your body to battle the rain and the cold. This 20-liter backpack is equipped to do just that, all while adding a casual style to your rainy day outfits.
It may look nothing more than a regular car coat, but this business-ready outerwear can deliver the warmth of a ski jacket, keep you dry in wet weather, and let you move with the same carefree attitude as technical outdoor sportswear.
Adidas takes the classic hiker boot, then dresses it with a dose of urban style and technical innovation, turning up a shoe that wears and performs well, whether you're in a secluded mountain, a rugged backcountry, or a busy metropolis.
Being active while wearing a backpack for any length of time usually means ending up with a whole load of sweat on your back. This clever accessory changes that by putting a small amount of distance between your back and the bag to enable proper ventilation.
This veritable multi-tool of ski helmets crams a 4K action cam, headphones, a helmet-to-helmet communications system, a GPS radio, sports tracking sensors, and even a torch light into your winter sports skull protection.
A good survival knife can be the most important tool in your arsenal when you're roughing it in the great outdoors. From splitting wood to cutting rope to skinning game, this 16.5-inch survival knife can do it all.
A water bottle is an indispensable companion if you spend time outdoors. The Lunatec Aquabot makes the water bottle even more useful, giving it a versatile lid that can spray mists, showers, or streams up to 25 feet away.
An axe isn't exactly a necessity when backpacking, but it sure would be nice to have one to make camp life just a little easier. If you find a full-size axe a little too unwieldy to travel with, this Pack Axe might be the wood-splitting hand tool you've been waiting for.