This American-made folding camp chair is built with a durable kiln-dried Ash frame and a polyester back. In addition to classic good looks it also features a handy shoulder strap and a built-in bottle opener.
There’s the camping you do with the boys and then there’s the camping you do with your lady. It’s called Glamping (glamour camping) and when you’re doing that you’ll want this tent from Shelter Co. Supply. Made of fire-resistant canvas, it’s a classic vintage style cabin tent that can sleep 4-6 people but works best for two with enough space to fit all the comforts of home. via
With the flip of a switch, this wood-fired campstove can go from grilling to boiling and features a 5V USB port to charge your devices while you cook plus this powerpack also has a battery for a quick charge whenever you need it, fire or not.
By now your keychain is getting crowded with all the EDC stuff, backup power supplies, etc. But a man has to eat. And this little rig makes scarfing on the fly as easy as pie. It’s a compact stainless steel fork, spoon, knife, & bottle opener that packs neatly into a little fob that’ll fit right in your pocket.
When you go camping you need to bring the good pot. And this big 4.7 liter Halulite pot from GSI Outdoors is chronic. Dual locking handles, a strainer integrated into the aluminum lid, & it even has silicone thumb pads to keep you from getting burnt.
If you’re a side-sleeper, Nemo’s new spoon-shaped sleeping bag is going to make camping a lot more comfortable. Its hourglass shape flares out at the knees & elbows making it easier to find your most natural sleeping position. Rated for 30º it uses 15 ounces of 700-DownTek water-repellent down, keeping it warm & dry yet light.
This is an exemplary all-in-one camp kitchen tool. The 941 Travelmate knife has a nearly 5-inch blade for slicing, chopping & spreading that’s stored in a sheath holding an integrated fork, bottle opener, can opener, & screwdriver. Made in the USA.
This lightweight, ultra bright 250-lumen lantern from Goal Zero also features a USB port for charging electronics. If the sun isn’t shining, no worries, there’s a handcrank on top or you can plug into your GoalZero solar panel.
If you literally slept out there under the stars, you’d be eaten alive by bugs and that sucks. But most tents make it hard to see the scenery. Not this one. Ticla Tents’ TeaHouse 3 is designed to make the most of your campsite views. Panoramic wrap-around windows & roof make star-gazing the main attraction for your night in the woods and their G.O.O.D. storage system makes packing it up in the morning easy, just like it should be but usually isn’t.