Lighter and smaller than any other hammock on the market, the Hummingbird Hammock weighs just 5.2 ounces yet holds up to 300 lbs. It’s made from ripstop nylon parachute material and is suspended by its 1000 lb. Spectra end loops w/ super strong Soft Link Carabiners. Made in the USA.
Modeled after the hanging nest of the Weaver Bird, the Cacoon is an outdoor shelter that will hang from any large tree branch and house up to two people. Available in 3 sizes and a variety of colors.
The reflective, heat-retaining Shelter from VSSL could be the one thing standing between you and hypothermia. Lost or injured, this little shelter could be a lifesaver. It comes stored in an 8-inch long by 2-inch diameter aluminum tube that is also an LED flashlight. Put it in the pack and leave it in there.
It contains 10 LED lights that brighten up a 15sq. foot area for 6-12 hours on a full charge. Clean, sustainable, waterproof, shatterproof. And when you buy one LUCI, you can also “give” another at a discounted rate, which LUCI will send to people in energy-impoverished areas across the globe, where they replace costly, polluting kerosene lights.
If you’re sick of running into hairy, naked weirdos at the hot springs, take your evening soak back at camp instead. This 225-gallon portable, collapsible tub with optional heating coil will definitely turn up the heat on your campground nightlife.
Having all your survival essentials together in one place makes it harder to forget that one thing you will inevitably forget. This kit from VSSL is an 8-inch long by 2-inch diameter tube made of anodized aluminum that carries your supplies: fire starters, fishing tackle, reflective trail markers, a wire saw, water purifiers, and so on.
When raccoons pillage your food supply, the Zubin Axe will keep you completely covered until the Park Rangers swing back through on their 4-wheeler. It’s a multi-tool survival walking stick with stainless steel accessories including an axe, saw, spear, fishing spear, and even a sling-shot.
Even when all your gear is wet, the lighter is empty and your firesteel is lost in the mulch 8 miles back down the trail, if you’ve got Flint Laces, you’ve got fire. They’re bootlaces but each lace tip holds a 1 inch ferro rod capped with rubber. Pop the cap, strike the rod with a steel edge & you’re blazing.
Cooking flesh on the end of a stick over an open fire becomes at least one level more civilized when you place the carcass between the welcoming jaws of Grandpa’s FireGrill, a collapsible, packable stainless camp cooker that attaches to any stick offering a more secure way to do dinner caveman style.