Live in the city but live for the country? We hear that. Check out this gear that’ll make your next trip to the great out doors even better.
It’s tough to count all the ways that these gaiters are space-aged. They’re dirt repellent, slash-resistant, waterproof, breathable, and stretchy. They’re great for hiking in all kinds of weather, and you can expect them to remain dirt and water resistant for as long as you own them.
What’s better than a wood-fired grill? How about a portable wood-fired grill that hits 1,000 degrees? The Velocity Grill does this with a couple of D-cell batteries, a fan, and only two pieces of wood. That means you can be eating steak nearly as fast as you’d be eating trail mix.
Clug is the world’s smallest bike rack. Live in a condo, small apartment, or other place not conducive to bike storage? This little guy mounts on the wall and stores your bike vertically.
Drop-forged and handcrafted with scorched white oak handles, these axes will last a lifetime and look good doing it. They’re made by a traditional Japanese craftsman, and they can be bought no where else.
Spending only $15? Take a look at these pocket bellows. It’s a collapsible metal tube that help you blow air into the heart of your campfire.