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MealGear Utensils

MealGear Utensils

It can be tough out there in the wilderness, so it helps to have everything you need. Guyot Designs MealGear Utensils ($8) are a nearly indestructible two piece set that acts as a spoon, spatula, pasta measure, spreader, and knife. Best of all, they are made from materials which are completely reclaimable — in fact, you can return your Utensils when you are finished so they can be reclaimed and turned into another
eco-friendly product. [Thanks, John]

  • Brunton ADC Pro

    It always seems like no matter how hard you plan for an outdoor trip, weather always turns out to be factor in your activities. And when you're out in the middle of nowhere, you can't just turn on the Weather Channel to see what's going on. Luckily, Brunton's ADC Pro ($250) is here to help. The tiny device gathers and records all the key weather conditions for you, including temperature, barometric pressure, relative humidity, heat index, air density, wind speed, wind chill, dew point, wet bulb, and more. With all of this info, the gadget then predicts the coming 12 hour's weather.

  • GoLite Outdoor Gear

    Any long-time backpacker will tell you that the top priority when getting ready for a trek is to get the weight of your pack down to an absolute minimum. GoLite will help you do just that, allowing you to keep the handle of your toothbrush intact. Famous for its maximum strength and minimal weight, the Gust Pack ($100) weighs only 1lb 4oz yet has enough room for long excursions. You'll also want the Feather-Lite Sleeping Bag ($250), which weighs 1lb 2oz and compresses down to the size of a small ham. If you plan on hitting some rain, you'll also want to pack the 14 oz Cave Shelter ($120). And your Levi's and Gap tees won't due for clothing — check out the Lite-Weight shirt ($35) and zip-off Shazam pants ($80).