BioLite's Cookstove has an integrated battery, which powers a fan for efficient cooking. Plus, four fan speeds control flame size, enabling you to boil water fast or just simmer.
Platypus is known for its compressible water bottles, but the brand has been perfecting their line of hydration packs since 2013. The Tokul X.C. 8.0 is a minimalist pack with a 9-liter capacity and a 3-liter reservoir included.
Outside’s gear tester Kelly Bastone named the Flight Better Than Naked shorts the best women’s shorts for running last year. Bastone says: “these shorts use a completely smooth, yoga-style waistband that’s wonderfully ignorable.”
We crowned this hauler the best duffle bag of last year. Our Gear Guy, Joe Jackson, wrote: “It is rare that a product is as dominant in a head-to-head test as the Sea to Summit 65-liter duffel was in this one.” Its comfort, packability, water resistance, and durability is far ahead of the competition.
A solid option for car camping and backpacking, this aluminum set includes a pan and two pots—perfect for cooking on a twin burner or an ultralight stove. When it’s time to pack up, the cookware nests into itself for easy transport.
We’ve been raving about how the TRX can provide one of the most efficient ways to get a full body workout. This set includes the TRX, an Xmount, a jump rope, and resistance bands to give you everything you need to quickly set up a small home gym.
These hand-blown tumblers feature a tiny rendering of Yosemite’s Half Dome. Whiskey Peaks also has versions of these glasses for Everest, Mount Fuji, Denali, and other iconic peaks. The set of two makes a classy addition to any home bar.
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