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Trail Boss at werd.com
Trail Boss

If your secret running, hiking, or biking trail needs some maintenance, the Trail Boss offers exactly what you need to get out there & keep your trail proper. It’s a packable trail work tool system. Instead of dragging several long-handled tools into the woods, the TB is collapsible & offers detachable tool heads: a McLeod, pick/mattock, axe/mattock, shovel, & saw.

BUY IT   $195-565 Also posted in Gear, Tools

Nubé Hammock Shelter at werd.com
Nubé Hammock Shelter

Despite their popularity, banana hammocks aren’t really the most comfortable kind. Like, this new shelter hammock called Nubé is probably 10 times more comfy. It’s designed to keep out rain, insects, and even offers elevated storage for your gear.

BUY IT   $250 Also posted in Gear

Redverz Series II Expedition Tent at werd.com
Redverz Series II Expedition Tent

This double-walled expedition tent is more than just a place for you to sleep. It’s also got a vestibule big enough to fit your motorcycle to keep it both dry & hidden from prying eyes. And when you’re not using the extra space as a garage, it doubles as a kitchen, storage bay, or a time out room for the annoying tentmate.

BUY IT   $450 Also posted in Gear

Campfire Fishing Rod at werd.com
Campfire Fishing Rod

Roasting weenies over an open fire is fun until one falls into the burning oblivion of the glowing coals. But get yourself a Campfire Fishing Rod and you can roast your dogs, marshmallows, shrimp, etc., 4-at-a-time without losing any. The “line” is stainless steel & on the end is a little jig with 4 roasting hooks.

BUY IT   $30 Also posted in Gear

FlameStower at werd.com
FlameStower

Claimers generally claim that they’re heading into the wilderness to disconnect. Yeah right! So why are there 57 different products for charging your phone in the woods? Exactly. Here’s another. The collapsible FlameStower captures the excess residual heat from your cookstove to charge USB powered devices. Phone, iPad, mini-RC helicopter, you know, all those things you need to get in touch with mother nature.

BUY IT   $60 Also posted in Gadgets, Gear

Zippo Rugged Lantern at werd.com
Zippo Rugged Lantern

Yeah, Zippo makes it but don’t worry, it’s not flammable. Not going to turn your tent into a molten polyester death cocoon. It’s actually just a super-durable LED lantern that you can drop, soak, or throw at your snoring tent mate’s giant head. You can also extend the life of the Li-Ion battery with its adjustable brightness feature by turning it down as low as 10%.

BUY IT   $90 Also posted in Gear

My Camp Kitchen Mini Chef at werd.com
My Camp Kitchen Mini Chef

If you want to eat like a king in the wild, just apply the old Boy Scouts adage & be prepared. The Mini Chef keeps your backcountry kitchen organized & equipped with space for everything you need to really get cooking. Made of Baltic Birch wood, it flips open to provide a countertop and also features a leather carrying handle.

BUY IT   $189 Also posted in Gear

Alite Mayfly Chair at werd.com
Alite Mayfly Chair

After a long day on the trail or an even longer day in the car on the way to the campground, it’s nice to finally kick back by the fire. And the Mayfly Chair from Alite is a perfect place to plant yourself. It’s lightweight & comfortable; it folds up small to fit in your bag or car and it weighs only 1.4 pounds. Take it along.

BUY IT   $100 Also posted in Gear

Kammok Glider at werd.com
Kammok Glider

Made of lightweight, waterproof Amphibiskin fabric and backed by adventurer Bear Grylls, the Glider is a tarp slash camping shelter that also happens to work as a drinking water retention system. It’s the first shelter to offer you a drink; a design that integrates raingutters into the corners, allowing you to attach 4 water bottles at a time for collecting drinkable rainwater.

BUY IT   $175 Also posted in Gear

Niteize Reflective Rope at werd.com
Niteize Reflective Rope

Climbing out of the tent for your late-night leak is harsh enough as it is. Tripping and tearing down the tent or getting clotheslined by the clothesline makes it much worse. But those types of accidents are less likely if you use this reflective rope made specifically for such dark and dangerous outings.

BUY IT   $12 Also posted in Gear
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