The Pizza Dome was designed as an add-on upgrade to BioLite’s BaseCamp stove. Now you can make pizzas and flatbread in the wild. The dome features an integrated thermometer and a foodsafe ceramic cooking stone for consistently crispy crust.
The minimalist design of Hyperlite’s UltaMid 2 pyramid shelter will keep your fast & light camping missions truly fast & light. It’s a floor-less tarp style sheet of Dyneema Composite fabric that uses a hiking pole or even a stick as the main shelter support with corners that can be tied off. It provides 62-square feet of space and amazingly weighs just under 1 pound.
When you’re ready to put a complete, self-contained kitchen in your vehicle, the Scout Overland is a solid choice. The slide-out drawer-style design keeps everything organized: stove, sink, cutting board, utensils and storage, all at your fingertips. It also includes a 2.5 gallon water tank & an electrical panel. Fits newer model Toyota trucks, Jeeps, and Sprinters.
Made of heavy duty, waterproof 400GSM ripstop canvas and featuring a 2-inch thick built-in foam mattress, the Pioneer Swag Tent has room for 2 and a mesh ceiling for stargazing. A simple, 3-pole design makes set-up quick and easy.
To celebrate the centennial anniversary of our National Park system, Pendleton has created a commemorative collection of custom blankets and other goods. A portion of the proceeds from the collection is donated directly to park restoration projects.
Like all of the tents from Heimplanet, the 4-6 person NIAS model features an inflatable frame—meaning no tent poles to pack or assemble. This new design features a dual-cabin Geodesic structure that makes it easy & comfortable to separate the adults from the kids or to accommodate two groups in one tent.
Happy hour is happy hour, no matter where you find yourself. And if you’re off on a little adventure, you’ll be well equipped with Stanley’s Happy Hour Shaker loaded in your pack. The double-walled BPA-free stainless steel shaker houses four nesting cups as well as a citrus reamer and a jigger cap.
They call it a cooler but it’s really a portable fridge & freezer with a weekend-size 53 quart capacity. You control the fridge & freezer compartments with an LED control panel that allows you to set the temp from -7° F to 53° F. For power, it includes a 6′ DC cord for plugging into a car or boat and a AC to DC converter for plugging into a standard AC outlet.
We have to admit, making a microwave for the wilderness is an original idea. The Wayv adventurer is a radio frequency off-grid cooking appliance powered by interchangeable, quick-charging Li-Ion batteries. It weighs just over 2 pounds and is 12” x 5” in size, making it perfectly packable. It creates 250W of cooking power using internal LDMOS transistors.
The titanium Grizzly from Bush Smarts makes tensioning the lines on your tarp tent or makeshift shelter easy and gives you lots of options for tying off onto supports of all shapes & sizes. Every Grizzly comes with a 36″ ultra strong 2mm Dyneema hi-viz cord. Made in the USA from recycled materials.