The Kinjia from Primus is smaller than most 2-burner campstoves, making it lighter & more portable. It folds up for easy packing and features a wood-covered metal handle. The Kinjia also uses a lighter backpacking-style fuel canister for fuel. Depending on your needs, choose from 100g, 230g and 450g size fuel bottles.
In collaboration with Seattle’s classic outdoor brand Feathered Friends, Filson has developed a down sleeping bag that features an outer shell of Filson’s Dry Finish Cover Cloth, a removable snap-in liner made with 8-oz. Alaskan Guide cotton flannel, and a removable hood.
The Skottle from California-based TemboTusk is a portable camp cooking system that uses a simple, inexpensive Coleman single-burner and mini propane tank for its heat source. The Skottle pan is sort of a shallow wok that heats evenly for cooking whatever’s on the menu. It stands on sturdy, removable legs, & everything packs into a carrying case. Made in the USA.
The warm glow of Revel Gear’s solar-powered camping lights create the perfect evening vibe at your campsite; it’s a string of 120 high-efficiency LEDs that outputs 350 lumens. The power supply can store up to 20 hours of light & solar recharge gets you 1 hour of light for every hour in the sun. The lights have an IP65 waterproof rating and weigh just 8.8 ounces.
You can decide whether you prefer to use Crua Hybrid as a tent or a hammock, either way, you’ll get a sweet siesta. The design features a built-in insulated air mattress and a detachable sleeping bag plus it can link up with other Crua Hybrid tents so you can double-up or create your own tent village. As a hammock it holds up to 285 pounds yet the whole system—tent/hammock, air mattress & sleeping bag—weighs just 6.95 pounds. A funded Kickstarter.
The new 2.0 version of the inflatable, solar-powered Luci Outdoor LED light is brighter and longer-lasting than before. It now lasts up to 18-hours on a full charge while offering 4 light modes: low, bright, super bright, & 1 sec flashing. When deflated it packs flat taking up practically zero space in your luggage or backpack.
The Cinch! tent pops up automatically, effectively eliminating set-up time. Available in sizes for 2, 3, & 4 people the tent is made of double-walled 4000HH fabric to prevent condensation. The dual-entry tent design features LED lanterns for illumination as well as an optional rooftop solar panel with a 13K mAh power bank.
In order to keep your gear load lighter, Patagonia’s new down-filled sleeping bag system is designed to only insulate the lower half of your body, allowing you to keep the temp of your body regulated depending on the jacket you wear. The top half of the bag is a thin, shell material and features a lighter, half-zip design. It packs small & weighs just 1-pound. Available September 2016.
Very versatile; the Volcano Grill burns wood, charcoal & optionally propane. Plus, in addition to grilling, you can get accessories to make it work as an oven, smoker, fryer and griddle. Or, you can use it as a portable fire pit. Generous venting means high cook temps while the double-wall metal construction means very little heat transfer, making it safe for use on the patio or tabletop.
If you want to rig up your adventure-mobile with a rooftop tent, options are pretty limited. Most tents are heavy—built for extended African safaris. Yakima is about to change that. They’ve developed two lighter, smaller, rooftop tent models with modern designs & lightweight, breathable nylon construction. Available in early 2017.