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.
It’s time for you to figure out what high-mileage global travelers have known for years. When it comes to luggage, nothing beats aluminum. The new Geo collection from aluminum luggage innovators Zero Halliburton includes a whole array of 4-wheeled rolling carry-ons and suitcases that all feature an updated silhouette.
For over a hundred years, professional tradesmen have been toting their Klein Tools in the brand’s iconic canvas tool bag. Constructed of heavy-duty No. 8 canvas with stitched & riveted leather handles and trim, these bags are built to last.
For over a hundred years, bungee cords have been used for lashing down loads of all types. A whole century later, the LoopRope finally comes along & improves upon the ol’ bungee by evolving it into a tie-down system using loops and carabiner clips for getting your stuff seriously & safely strapped. Available in a variety of sizes.
You call it a water bottle, KOR calls it a “hydration vessel.” There’s a difference. KOR’s sustainably designed vessels are made of tough, crystal-clear, BPA-free Eastman Titan plastic and feature a unique hinged cap & threadless spout. Proceeds from KOR sales support the brand’s Thirst For Giving program, a non-profit focused on water-related causes around the world.
Citizen Brick brings us this 500 piece set of Lego insanity. Complete with Walt, Mike & Gus minifigs. Get cookin’.
For those special boards you want to just admire instead of ride, this wall-mounted rack makes a great display. Available in regular or stainless steel, it features padding to protect the board & the wall-mounting hardware comes with brass covers for a clean finish.
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.
Most dry bags should really be called damp bags because when they fully drop into the drink, the stuff inside gets wet. Fact. Texas-based Korongo Dry Goods have the fix: their fully submersible dry bags are made in America using only the highest-quality materials. Their first offering is a tactical pocket (8.5 x 8.5 in.) It attaches to any tactical backpack, kayak, motorcycle, or bike, & can also be carried on its own.