Camping Gear You Wish You Got For Christmas
While it might be cold out, the holidays tend to give us a little time away from work which generally means a good chunk of it spent outdoors. Here are a few items, both big and small, that we're hoping to see under the tree this year to make our camping trips a little more comfortable! If it wasn't under the tree this year, maybe it's time to treat yourself?
The Big Agnes Fish Hawk 30 mummy style sleeping bag features DownTek, a water repellent down to help to minimize compression of the feathers in wet conditions.
Lightweight enough for backpacking, these bags are designed to feel more like the comforter on your own bed.
The bags are taller across the top so you can roll over more freely, while the Free Range hood allows you to move unrestricted while staying hooded and the vaulted foot box creates more wiggle room for your toesies.
The Condor Tool and Knife Thorax Hatchet is an easy size to throw into your bag, but also a formidable hatchet when you need it. This blade features 1075 High Carbon Steel with a blasted satin head finish, along with a walnut handle and a leather sheath included. Perfect for hacking some branches or splitting small logs for your fire, the Thorax Hatchet is a solid addition to any camping trip.
A good knife is great to have around, especially one that outperforms most other knives it stands up against.
The Homefront by CRKT (currently 50% off!) might look like a classic vintage military-inspired folding knife at first glance, but once you get to know it better, you'll find that it has been designed to be taken apart to clean without the use of tools.
There's no excuse to letting this knife get too gunked up after a session of dirty work.
The Cabela's Multitool is an handy and affordable compact tool with devices you need for quick fixes and repairs.
Stainless steel construction with an assortment of attached tools that includes flat-nose pliers, wire-stripper, knife, Phillips and flat-head screwdrivers, saw, bottle opener and scissors.