Keep your campsite well lit with the Snow Peak Mini Hozuki Lantern ($40). Available in two colors, this handy LED lantern runs for seventy hours off 3 AAA batteries, and features a built-in loop with a magnetic closure for hanging and a silicone rubber shade for light diffusion. Time to turn in for the night? Set it to candle mode and let the flickering light set the mood inside your tent.
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.
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.