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Lifestraw Go

For a long time, finding fresh drinking water out in the wilderness was a chore — you either had to bring along purification packets, or else boil what water you could find and then wait on it to cool before drinking it. Not anymore. With the Lifestraw Go, all you need to do is scoop up some water from a river, stream, or pond, screw on the lid, and drink. Since the bottle incorporates the company's award-winning technology, it removes 99.9999% of bacteria and nearly all waterborne parasites, and is good for up to 1,000 liters of water — or far more than you'll be drinking on a single hike.

  • Gerber Myth Kit

    When you're out in the field hunting game, you need every tool at your disposal if you want to do your best work — and the Gerber Myth Kit ($500) has you covered. With over a dozen tools, this kit includes everything you'd need for caping and dressing a range of game, for all locations and seasons. The included case unsnaps at the top, folding out letting you easily access your tools. Elastic lipped pockets hold each of the tools, including a field dress kit, a pocket folder, a folding saw, a drop point knife, a sheath knife, several lights, and more.

  • Surfboard Grooming Kit

    We know it's tough to think about anything beach-related in the dead of winter, but if you're lucky enough to live somewhere not covered in snow, or you have the means to escape it, then the Surfboard Grooming Kit ($129; limited edition of 25) might be right up your alley. So pack a bag, grab your board, and get it in good working order with this convenient little kit. Containing everything you need to care for your surfboard — including a Bronze and Brazilian Lapacho wax comb, a black cotton cloth, a bar of wax, and a bottle of methyl hydrate — this kit secures into its wooden carrying case, letting you take it anywhere you find a decent wave.