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Huckberry Mount Everest Whiskey Glass ($40 for a set of two)
Lofty dreams usually become loftier when mixed with liquor. Sip your favorite spirit from these hand-blown glasses, which feature raised impressions of Mount Everest.
Pendleton Camp Blanket ($140)
Keep the Camp Blanket in your car for impromptu picnics. This comfortable blanket is made from a wool-cotton blend that's soft and durable.
Garmin Forerunner 935 Watch ($500)
This lightweight GPS watch calculates heart rate, pace, and mileage, and shows incoming texts.
The North Face Campshire Jacket ($130)
This jacket is like wearing a cozy blanket. Made from heavy, high-pile polyester sherpa fleece, it’s so soft you'll never want to take it off.
Adventure Medical Kit Backpacker ($40)
Safety is the number-one priority when in the backcountry. This kit contains crucial medical supplies like bandages, scissors, and Ibuprofen.
UCO Survival Matches ($5)
Never worry about wet matches that won't light again.
Pieps Micro Avalanche Transceiver ($390)
This beacon is among the smallest and lightest on the market. It automatically switches to search mode when light hits it, and features a flagging option for multiple burials.
Hestra Fall Line Gloves ($150)
Made of cowhide leather and polyester fleece lining, these durable gloves hit the sweet spot between warmth and dexterity.
Sendero Deschutes River Hat ($30)
Sendero's flat-brimmed snapback is hip enough to look good anywhere.
Trianium iPhone 8 Charging Case ($35)
This protective case stores enough juice to keep your phone alive twice as long. Perfect for those days that are too beautiful to leave the camera at home.
JBL Clip 2 Waterproof Speaker ($45)
This speaker offers great sound along with an eight-hour play time. Plus, its light and small enough to clip to your pack when hiking.
GSI Outdoors Java Mill Coffee Grinder ($30)
Take this backpacking if you value your morning coffee over weight savings. At nine ounces, it’s an indulgence that more than makes up for the amount of space it takes up with the joe it puts out.
LaCie Thunderbolt Hard Drive ($180)
Don't risk losing all your adventure photos by just storing them on a laptop. This two-terabyte drive is both rugged and fast.
Big Agnes Big Creek Double Sleeping Bag ($250)
Have you ever tried to zip two sleeping bags together? The hassle isn't worth it. This 30-degree, synthetic double bag is ideal for stormy summer nights and has two individual sleeve straps to keep you connected to your sleeping pad at night.
SteriPen Ultra Water Purifier ($100)
An often overlooked item in a backpack, this tiny purifier uses UV light to destroy 99.99 percent of protozoa, bacteria, and viruses. It can zap a Nalgene's worth of water in 90 seconds.
Petzl Gri Gri 2 Belay Device ($100)
The classic Gri Gri makes belaying and catching falls a little easier and a lot safer. The Gri Gri 2 is 25 percent smaller and 20 percent lighter than the original.
Bose Soundsport Wireless Headphones ($130)
Avoid tripping over cords when cranking through those burpees. These sweat- and weather-resistant wireless headphones last six hours on one charge.
Mpowerd Luci Inflatable Solar Lanterns ($45)
Set the mood with these 25-lumen solar-powered lanterns. They can shine for six hours straight and charge in eight hours of direct sunlight.
Buff Polar Reversible ($40)
For those brutally cold days, one side of this Buff is covered with a layer of Polartec fleece. Of course, the beauty of it is all the different ways you can wear it—a neck gaiter, headband, face mask, hood, and more.
Julbo Vermont Classic Glacier Glasses ($150)
These glasses are a nod to the early alpinists who didn't sacrifice function for style. The polycarbonate lenses block 100 percent of UV rays and 95 percent of visible light, and the moldable ear temples allow for a custom fit.