Billed as the most advanced, whitewater capable packraft ever produced, the Alpackalypse Raft was six years in the making — and it was worth the wait. Thanks to smaller tubes than standard packrafts, it offers more internal room for the paddler, is quicker to accelerate and easier to maneuver — more like a kayak than a raft. Features include a super tough 400-denier Vectran fabric build, a heavy-duty seat, knee cups, a foot brace, a back band, inflatable hip pads, and a cargo system that lets you store gear in your tubes, keeping the bow clear of gear.
Don't fear running out of juice on your next adventure — just pack a Brunton Revolt Power Bank along and you'll be fine. Powered by a massive 9000mAh lithium polymer battery, it provides up to six full smartphone charges from a compact body that's both shockproof and waterproof. A silicone exo-shell adds added protection against bad spills, an included 3-in-1 adapter lets you charge up via Micro USB, 30-pin, or Lightning, and Vibram undercarriage grips keep the device in place even on smooth surfaces.