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Thermos Element 5 Beverage Bottle

Thermos Element 5 Beverage Bottle

Ditch the plastic Alf thermos and move up to a high-performance model like the Thermos Element 5 Beverage Bottle ($40). It sports an unbreakable 18/8 stainless steel interior and exterior and keeps liquids hot or cold for up to 24 hours thanks to its TherMax double wall vacuum insulation. The thermos also sports a leak-proof twist and pour stopper, built-in serving cup, stainless steel carry loop with carabiner clip, and a rubberized shock absorbing base with wide stance. We never knew a thermos could have so many features.

  • 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).

  • Firefly Water Bottle Light

    Wide-mouth plastic water bottles are a common sight during outdoor adventures, and so are lanterns — but this is the first time we've seen them brought together. The Firefly by Guyot Designs ($22) is an ingenious little device that attaches to the mouth of your water bottle and uses an integrated LED to turn your bottle into a glowing lantern. Luckily, should you have an encounter with any hostile wildlife, the brightness is adjustable.