For the Sun Seeker
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Oboz M-Trail Low Shoes ($120)
The Oboz M-Trail Low shoes perform all day from city to trail, with breathable uppers and cushioned, supportive EVA midsoles and inserts for extra energy return.
Seea Lido One Piece Suit ($125)
Seea’s Lido One Piece suit has just the right mix of breathability, compression, and stay-put style.
Hydro Flask Unbound Soft Cooler 22 Pack ($275)
The Hydro Flask Unbound Soft Cooler 22 pack keeps 24 cans cold for up to 48 hours. Waterproof zippers prevent leakage, and the side pocket is perfectly sized for a wine bottle.
REI Co-op Flash Air Hammock ($200)
Combining the protection of a tent with the novel luxury of suspended sleeping, the REI Co-op Flash Air hammock is a standout camp shelter.
LifeStraw Go Water Filter Bottle ($45)
The dynamic duo of a hollow-fiber filter and an activated-carbon capsule means the LifeStraw Go Water Filter bottle removes 99.9 percent of bacteria, parasites, and microplastics. Fewer nasties and your water tastes fresher.
Merrell MQM Flex Gore-Tex Shoes ($140)
Merrell MQM Flex Gore-Tex shoes (women’s pictured) are nimble and breezy, but don’t mistake them for lightweights. The sealed construction of these burly hikers keeps slush out and feet dry.
SOG Vision Arc Knife ($174)
SOG’s Vision Arc knife checks all the boxes. A textured handle provides steady grip, the blade opens quickly and smoothly, and high-end Japanese steel ensures a long life of whittling and cutting.
Helinox Sunset Chair ($178)
With a high, supportive back, the Helinox Sunset chair is the La-Z-Boy of camp seats. It’s also easy to set up, packs down to the size of a bread loaf, and weighs just 3.3 pounds.
Orvis Recon Five-Weight Nine-Foot Fly Rod and Reel ($686)
A quality setup for the novice angler, the Orvis Recon Five-Weight nine-foot fly rod and reel is light but still has the oomph to drop a caddis on the far side of the river.