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Bushnell Backtrack D-Tour

Bushnell Backtrack D-Tour

While "backtrack" and "detour" aren't the most positive words to use when branding a product, the Bushnell Backtrack D-Tour ($100) succeeds anyway. This simple, clip-friendly GPS unit sports a rugged, weather-resistant body, grayscale LCD screen, an internal, rechargeable battery good for 48 hours of data logging, and lets you store up to five locations, with course taken, length in miles and yards, time, latitude, longitude, and other handy metrics to help you recall the exact location of your favorite camping spot, hiking trail, or buried treasure.

  • Kanz Field Kitchen

    Typical meals out on the trail involve a fire, some beans, and some uncomfortable smells emanating from tents. The Kanz Field Kitchen ($600 and up) brings a touch of gourmet to your outdoor adventure, thanks to storage space for a camping stove, cookware, a working platform, and an optional icebox, and quality construction materials like aluminum and baltic birch plywood.

  • Klean Kanteen

    If you're considering buying a full-time water bottle, you're probably already conscious of the positive effects that can have on the environment versus buying bottled water. So why not take it the rest of the way with the Klean Kanteen ($38). Available in two distinct finishes — mirror polished or brushed — this sturdy container features a body, cap, and ring made from a single piece of stainless steel, and complimented by food-grade silicone and sustainably harvested bamboo. Green has never looked so... metallic.