If you've ever watched Naked and Afraid, Survivorman, or anything starring Bear Grylls, you likely know that one of the first things you need when you're out in the wilderness is fresh water. And while you can certainly carry a stove and pot for boiling water along with you, why bother when you could just pack along a LifeStraw? This award-winning personal water filter removes a minimum of 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and 99.9% of parasites, is good for up to 1000 liters, and lets you drink right from the stream, lake, or river, without worrying about having to call for a medical evac.

  • YardStash

    It's a common occurence for homeowners without a garage (or just with limited space): where to put all the stuff that doesn't belong in the house, but can't just sit outdoors unprotected? The YardStash is a great solution. Measuring 74" wide, 30" deep, and 65" high, this tent-like outdoor storage solution features a ripstop vinyl tarapaulin roof, a polyester body, a reinforced, integrated floor, full top and bottom zippers on the door to keep out water, dust, and pests, and room inside for two adult bikes, kids toys, lawn equipment, pool floats, or anything else you need a place to stash.

  • Grandpa's FireGrill

    We're not sure exactly what it has to do with grandfathers, but we can tell you that Grandpa's FireGrill could come in handy on your next outdoor adventure. Made from stainless steel, this durable basket features a wire mechanism that securely attaches to any stick, holding your food safely inside and ensuring it won't end up in the fire. In addition, it can be locked in place when folded out, serving as a gridiron for any campsite delicacies you can dream up.

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