The NanoGrid combines BioLite’s 3-in-1 PowerLight with a set of LED lamps that will brighten up your backcountry campsite while also providing 4,400 mAh of off-grid Lithium-Ion power for your USB devices. The light also features a 250-lumen focused torch & the SiteLight lamps add ambiance & include up to 40-feet of cable allowing you to string them up all around your site.
This tall tent from Nemo called the Wagontop 4P features an arched roof design inspired by the iconic conestoga wagons of the American old west. But this thing is all modern & offers a spacious 69-square feet of livable space with a height of 8-feet. Packed up for transport it weighs in at 18lbs—perfect for car-camping missions.
When you’re off the beaten path, your phone & other gadgets are doomed to dead battery status. But if you’ve got a fire going or a campstove & you’ve got a Flamestower in your pack, you’ll be back in business lickety-split. The compact portable device draws heat from the fire & converts it into electricity to power your USB electronics.
The TruArc 20 from Brunton is the compass you want. It will never lose polarity and resists magnetic interference better than its competitors, making for more accurate and reliable route-finding. Other key features include a map magnifier, clinometer, and a magnified readout with 1º resolution.
Compact & self-contained, the Mountain Vacuum Food System from Stanley features a 20 oz, BPA-free Stainless Steel hot/cold canister stacked with nested camp cooking and eating essentials. The vacuum insulated jar keeps food hot for 13 hours or cold for 11. Spork included.
A campfire is nice but not the most effective way to warm up, cook breakfast, or boil water. The compact, relatively lightweight Fältovn is a portable, 22-pound mini woodstove that will quickly, efficiently cook camp meals and/or heat your cabin tent.
Made in the USA from a real military ammo box, the Blue Ridge Stove is a portable camp stove that heats up quickly for making meals, boiling water or even heating up a small shelter or cabin tent. It features a hinged, latching door and a sliding air intake for proper venting plus a 3” stovepipe chimney.
This compact Michigan-made camping hammock is stored in and deployed from its Double Barrel stuff sack—keeping your hammock & straps together at all times for quicker set-up and breakdown. The design of the Rapid Cinch Strap means you can set it up in just 30 seconds, then just hang out.