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Lloyd Pendleton Hunter Knives

Available in styles and finishes to fit anyone's budget, Lloyd Pendleton Hunter Knives ($22-$450) are a fine choice for skinning and dressing in the field. Based off of classic Pendleton designs, the lineup ranges from the affordable Pendleton Lite Hunter -- named Field & Stream's Best of the Best for knives in 2010 -- to the artisan Custom Classic, which sports VG-1 San Mai III steel and a polished black linen micarta handle. All four styles include a sheath, lest you wind up cutting your game and yourself. [Thanks, Justin]

  • Camp Chef Outdoor Oven

    Sometimes when you're camping — like this Uncrate editor is right now — smores just aren't going to cut it. Fortunately, the Camp Chef Outdoor Oven ($175) overcomes your lack of a traditional kitchen with a 3,500 BTU, propane-powered oven, letting you cook cookies, bake pizza, and do all sorts of other things that aren't exactly possible with a grill. In addition, it sports two 5,300 BUT matchless igniter range burners for boiling down your, umm, herbs, so you can make those brownies you're baking really interesting.

  • Nomad Motorcycle Tent

    Protect you, your companion, and your bike on overnight adventures in the Nomad Motorcycle Tent ($400). Made from coated ripstop nylon with a polyester floor, the Nomad offers 30 square feet of interior room, weighs just 13 lbs. when packed, and requires only three poles for assembly. It sure beats sleeping on the ground with your head inside a helmet.