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    Megastorms, super tornadoes, rising seas...There's no denying that the world is changing. Here are the tools and toys you need to survive in the era of Global Weirding.

    Ryan Stuart

  • For Powerful Thirst

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    For Powerful Thirst

    Each 15ml dose of Oral I.V. hydration solution ($11 for four) contains 11 minerals and purified water in a vial smaller than a Bic lighter. Think of it as a shot of electrolytes that you should chase with water.

  • For Blistering Hikes

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    For Blistering Hikes

    Stiff steel rods in Deuter’s AC Lite 22 pack ($100) keep a trampoline of mesh between the pack and your back, allowing a breeze to blow through. The 1,340-cubic-inch top loader is also hydration-ready, and the hip pads are breathable.

  • For High Winds

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    For High Winds

    The Revolution Rev 1.5 SLE kite ($300) is a wind-powered drone. With four strings and a boxy design, the 92-inch-wide ripstop polyester and graphite flier flips, spins, and hovers like a helicopter, even in 25-mile-per-hour gusts.

  • For Brutal Heat

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    For Brutal Heat

    Endothermic rings sewn into Columbia’s Coolest Cool shirt ($55) chill when they meet sweat. Add wicking panels under the arms, as well as UPF 50 protection, and you get the best sun shirt we’ve ever seen.

  • For Apocalyptic Storms

    Not only is Nuu’s sweet Splash portable speaker ($100) water-resistant, but it runs for seven hours on a charge.

  • For Long Trips

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    For Long Trips

    Yeti’s Tundra 35 cooler ($280) is made from the same stuff as whitewater kayaks, so it’s nearly indestructible. With a few ice packs, the two-inch-thick walls are insulated enough to chill steaks—for 14 days.

  • For Extreme Conditions

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    For Extreme Conditions

    Sand? Mud? Snow? Surly’s Krampus fat bike ($1,950) doesn’t care. With 29-inch wheels and three-inch-wide tires, this big boy just rolls on.

  • For Beating the Sun

    Photo: Brent Black

    For Beating the Sun

    There’s no better-looking sun protection than Brent Black Panama Hat’s Classic fedora (made to order, $525). The three-inch brim provides tons of shade, and the hand-woven jipijapa palm reed is breathable and stylish.

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