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Kanz Field Kitchen

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.

  • JakPak

    When is a jacket not a jacket? When its a sleeping bag and tent as well. The JakPak ($250) combines a waterproof rain jacket, sleeping bag, and tent into a single piece of clothing, made from 3.1 oz urethane coated ripstop nylon, with the sleeping bag folding down from the inside of the jacket's rear, the tent folding out of a pocket on the back, and your traditional hiking backpack looking forlorn as its reason for being slips away.

  • Thermos Stainless King

    You'd better be pretty confident in your product to name it "King," but we're guessing that's not a problem with the Thermos Stainless King ($20-$25) line. Available as a travel mug, beverage bottle, or food jar, these hardcore containers feature unbreakable stainless steel interiors and exteriors, leak-proof lids, the ability to handle both hot and cold items, and a gorgeous blue finish worthy of royalty.