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Katadyn Pocket Water Filter

Katadyn Pocket Water Filter

Whether you're exploring the wilderness or living there, the Katadyn Pocket Water Filter ($235) can help keep you alive. Its ceramic water filter can handle up to one liter per minute, and removes all sorts of nasty stuff, including parasites, cholera and typhoid — for you Oregon Trailers out there — salmonella and other harmful bacteria, parasites, and germs, all in a rugged aluminum shell that'll stand up to the worst of elements. Just remember, the water may be safe, but that roadkill possum you're cooking up probably isn't.

  • Cricket Trailer

    With an odd floorplan and even odder looks, it's quite obvious that the Cricket Trailer has character to spare. Available in trims ranging from a bare-bones shell to a tricked out model, the 15-foot trailer can offer a stainless steel sink with two-burner cooktop, a cabinet, a handshower with curtain, a portable cassette toilet, a furnace or a/c unit, a shade awning, and a folding bed with foam mattress. Luxurious it's not, but it is capable, and will leave a more lasting impression than even the nicest Airstream.

  • Snow Peak Hozuki LED Lantern

    Who said LED lights have to be overly bright? The Snow Peak Hozuki LED Lantern ($90) can light up your camp site in style, with three brightness settings, a silicone rubber lantern shade, an integrated hook for hanging, up to 40 hours of operation from 4 AA batteries, the ability to operate off USB power, and a unique candle mode that lets the LED respond to sound or wind with flickering light.