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BioLite KettleCharge: Charge Your iPad With Boiling Hot Water

BioLite’s line of twig-burning, gadget-powering stoves has already cemented the brand as every wilderness geek’s best friend. But now, the brilliant minds behind the CampStove are giving you off-grid power and potable water, both indoors and out. Say hello to the KettleCharge.


Columbia Designed This Camo To Make Anglers Invisible To Fish

Hunters wear camouflage clothing from head to toe to blend in with their surroundings and sneak up on their prey. But fisherman never do, so Columbia has designed colour-changing shirt with what it’s calling a ‘Solar Camo’ pattern that only appears in the warmth of sunlight, helping anglers avoid being spotted and scaring the fish they’re after.


A Puncture-Proof Emergency Blanket That Folds Up Smaller Than A Wallet

There are some emergencies in life that don’t leave you panicked. Like if you happen to stumble across a sunset at a gorgeous park and desperately need to picnic, or you’ve wandered into an outdoor concert and need somewhere to sit. For those moments the Matador, a nylon waterproof blanket that can easily squeeze into your pants pockets, exists.


Everything A Camp Cook Could Need Fits Inside This Nesting Doll Pot

It’s easy to overpack when you’re heading out into the woods for some weekend camping, but when it comes to supplies for cooking meals, MSR’s Flex 4 System packs pretty much everything you could need into a compact single pot.


This Inflatable Tent Makes The Car Part Of The Canopy

This tent takes car camping to the next level. Its inflatable structure can stand by itself, but it can also be attached to the back of an Audi Q3 — to offer more robust shelter and storage if you need it.


A Sleeping Bag Designed Just For Man's Best Friend

If you’d rather bring your faithful companion with you on a camping trip than have them stuck in a kennel for a week, you’re probably going to want them to be as comfortable as you are. And if they’re too big to share your sleeping bag, the Noblecamper gives them their own cosy place to crash every night.


A Hammock In A Backpack Is All You Really Need For Camping

When you think of everything you really need for a weekend of camping, what comes to mind? Food? A change of clothing? A guitar? Wrong, wrong, wrong. All you really need is a comfy place to nap away the hours. So Nick Scroggs and Fred Bane created the HackedPack, a backpack featuring the most important camping accessory already built-in: a hammock.


BioLite's BaseCamp Stove Grills Your Food And Charges Your Gadgets

We’re already well-acquainted with BioLite’s ingenious brand of biofuel-burning (and gadget-charging) camp stoves. The startup’s newest offering though, takes the original CampStove and turns it into a grillmaster’s group-friendly dream.


This Bearskin Sleeping Bag Puts You In The Belly Of The Beast

Originally created way back in 2007 by Eiko Ishizawa as a sort of homage to a bear that was killed after wandering from the Italian side of the Alps to the Bavarian, this plush bearskin sleeping bag is finally available for purchase on a made-to-order basis.


The Gizmodo Outdoor Gear Guide

There’s never a better time to head outside and enjoy the outdoors before it becomes too damn cold. Some of the below products will require some international ordering, whereas some are available locally. Who else is amped to camp?


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