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Kanz Field Power Desk

No matter how hard you try, sometimes you need to get some work done in less-than-ideal conditions — like in the middle of the forest with no power supply to be seen conditions. Luckily, the Kanz Field Power Desk ($2,000-$2,500) is built for just those circumstances. Available in 120- and 240-Watt configurations, they boast GoalZero Sherpa 120 power packs to power your gear for up to 3 or 6 extra hours, mono-crystalline 20W solar panels that can recharge the batteries in similarly small amounts of time, rugged bodies, included legs to serve as free-standing desks, and lightweight designs that make it possible to lug them with you wherever you may roam.

  • Tuf Rack

    When something claims that it's "guaranteed indestructible", you tend to take notice. That's the case with the Tuf Rack ($170-$200). MIG welded using laser-cut 16-gauge steel, these bike racks — available in mountain bike and BMX styles — are tough as nails, hold you bike down using a single custom ratchet strap over the top tube, and thanks to a modular design, can be connected several at a time to the back of your truck or SUV.

  • VitalGrill

    Whether you're outdoors by choice or by necessity, the VitalGrill ($80-$170) will let you cook up a tasty meal using nothing but a couple batteries and whatever burnables you can find. Available in stove and barbecue varieties, the VitalGrill is powered by two AA batteries that run a blower fan, allowing your fire to produce up to 20,000 BTU of heat while your food cooks in no time. Being a product designed for the outdoors, it's easily collapsible, making it a no-brainer to include in your "shit just hit the fan" bag.