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ThermaFresh Cardboard Cooler Boxes

We've all resorted to using a cheap Styrofoam cooler at one point or another, so we all know they suck, what with their flimsy construction, cheap looks, and sounds of foam-on-foam violence that echo through the backseat when they're present. Thankfully, there's now an alternative. ThermaFresh Cardboard Cooler Boxes ($15) use NorShield waterproof inner lining for weatherproofing and reusability, and thanks to their thick cardboard construction, they can keep 30 liters of goods cool for up to 36 hours in normal conditions with just two bags of ice. Best of all, they're made from 70% recycled cardboard, and are themselves recyclable — which is a lot more than you can say for the ol' foammaster. [via]

  • Coleman Portable Propane Coffeemaker

    It doesn't matter whether you're emerging from a tent for a long day of fishing or simply too lazy to run through Starbucks prior to a big day of tailgating — you're going to need some coffee. Which is where the Coleman Portable Propane Coffeemaker ($90) comes in. Powered by a single 16.4 oz propane cylinder, this road-ready gadget brews up 10 cups of joe in under 20 minutes, giving you plenty of time to get ready for your day.

  • Bushnell Backtrack D-Tour

    While "backtrack" and "detour" aren't the most positive words to use when branding a product, the Bushnell Backtrack D-Tour ($100) succeeds anyway. This simple, clip-friendly GPS unit sports a rugged, weather-resistant body, grayscale LCD screen, an internal, rechargeable battery good for 48 hours of data logging, and lets you store up to five locations, with course taken, length in miles and yards, time, latitude, longitude, and other handy metrics to help you recall the exact location of your favorite camping spot, hiking trail, or buried treasure.