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Poler Napsack

Part hoodie, part sleeping bag, all warm. The Poler Napsack ($130) is a hybrid of... something, we're sure, with a built-in hood, zippers at the shoulders for sticking your arms out, a cinch at the bottom for sticking your legs out, hiking it up to your waist, or making sure your feet don't stick out, a chest pocket, hand pockets, a soft microfiber lining, and leather cinch tabs for the hood. Just think of it as a slightly more dignified and rugged Snuggie.

  • 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.

  • Poler Wunder Bundler

    Yes, the Poler Wunder Bundler ($25) can keep your six-pack cold — but don't confuse it with a cooler. This versatile implement can also keep hot food warm, serve as padding for shock-sensitive gear, work as a reflector to attract attention in an emergency, become an impromptu baby-changing station, or just save your knees from getting dirty when taking low-angle shots outdoors. Let's see your Igloo do that.