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Garmin GPSMAP 60CS

Garmin GPSMAP 60CS

When you love to hike, bike, or just explore the great outdoors in general, having a sense of direction like a drunken pirate who lost his compass is less than ideal. Luckily for us, we have a little thing called GPS, and the best handheld GPS device we’ve seen yet is the GPSMAP 60CS from Garmin ($400). It features a 256-color transreflective TFT, 20 hours of battery life, 56MB of internal memory, an electronic compass, and a barometric altimeter. It’s also waterproof, and is sure to help you locate that chest of buried treasure.

  • MSR Hubba Hubba Tent

    While we don’t get the chance to go camping/backpacking very often — it’s hard to find Wi-Fi out in the wilderness — when we do we like to have the best gear possible, and that includes the Hubba Hubba Tent from MSR ($290). It’s extremely lightweight (about 4 lbs.), has room for two, and the all-mesh canopy provides plenty of ventilation.

  • Raj Tents

    Ever wonder where all those movie stars get tents for their backyard parties? More than a few of them have come from Raj Tents (starting at $2450). The company, started in London, now operates out of Oakland, and also offers rental service for those living in L.A. and the Bay Area. The uniquely designed tents are hand made by local artisans in Rajasthan, India and feature lots of fine detailing only found in handcrafted tents such as these. Now if we just had a huge backyard and a cell filled with numbers of A-list celebs, we’d be set.