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Kammok Thylacine: The Last Word On Sleeping Bags

The Kammok Team has given us some pretty sweet camping products in the last few years, and with their latest Kickstarter campaign, they hope to single-handedly become the last word on the sleeping bag. The Thylacine takes its name from the recently extinct carnivore — a beautiful, majestic creature that you would have never wanted to cross. (You listening, other sleeping bag manufacturers?) The Thylacine — sleeping bag, not creature (obviously) — is a fiercely adaptive product that can handle most any weather environment you’re experiencing. With interchangeable baffles, you can add warmth (or take away). The 750 down blend Read More

With Ultimate Alaknak, Cabela Asks: ‘Why Do Tents Have To Be So Small?’

A comfortable camp is essential to enjoying a multi-day hunt, and your comfort depends on having the right tent. The wrong tent can leave you cramped, cold, damp, and plain miserable, but you won’t encounter any of these problems in Cabela’s Ultimate Alaknak. This 27 ft x 13 ft tent offers enough space for you and ten of your buddies, and five-foot sidewalls and a high ceiling giving plenty of headroom for the tallest campers in your crew. The Ultimate Alaknak features strong, waterproof X-Treme Tent Cloth to keep you dry inside when it’s raining or snowing outside, and sidewall Read More

$1500 Buy

Vapur Collapsible Water Bottle

You roll up your sleeping bag; why not roll up your water bottle too, right?  The Vapur Collapsible Water Bottle will hold your beverage and slake your thirst.  You can then collapse it, roll it up, and put it away for another time. Vapur holds .7L and does stand on its own when full.  Its mouth is broad enough for ice cubes.  It also comes with a carabiner for belt clipping.  It is available in olive or night blue, and it won’t hold you back when you’re hitting the trails.  Mark yourself as an adventurer with a water bottle designed Read More

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$11 Buy

Vertex Backpacking Stove Makes The Woods Your Kitchen

The engineering on the Vertex is pretty impressive: no moving parts, seals, valves, o-rings.  It’s a lithe little piece of tempered stainless steel that goes from flat in your backpack to assembled in seconds, without the need of tools. The Vertex backpacking stove is light, just 1.8 ounces, or 50 grams.  The fuel tablets are but 14 grams each, just 2/3 the weight of the human soul.  They burn for 12 minutes at 3,000 degrees.  The stove will boil a pint of water in about 8 minutes. As is the case with many inventions on kickstarter, the Vertex comes from Read More

Tacky Fly Boxes

If you fly-fish, you know the right gear helps you enjoy the sport. You also know that a faulty fly-box is one of the greatest annoyances on the water. The Tacky Fly Box, which you can pre-order with a pledge of $15 on Kickstarter, gives you a fly-holding system you can trust. Most fly boxes use a foam sheet with slits to hold flies. The foam develops memory over time, and the slits where you hold bigger flies become too wide to hold smaller ones. This results in a few flies loosening in your box, which is a major inconvenience Read More

OverBoard Arm Pack

Take your phone and other small valuables for a swim with the OverBoard Arm Pack. This waterproof pouch fits securely around your arm, so you don’t have to worry about hiding your smartphone, credit cards, and cash when you enter the water from the beach. At 5 inches around and 4.9 inches high, the OverBoard Arm Pack offers the perfect size for your pocket-size valuables. Environmentally-friendly biodegradable thermoplastic polyurethane provides guaranteed waterproofing up to 19 feet below the water’s surface. The Velcro arm band stays securely closed, but the pack floats if it somehow comes off your arm. A simple slide Read More

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$28 Buy

Vertex Just Made The Tent Obsolete

Forget about pitching a tent and hang a protective hammock instead. The Vertex with WeatherShield lets you set up comfortable camp wherever you can find two trees reasonably spaced from one another. Two beds within the system hang separately from one another and support two adults. Or, if you can’t find that special someone to share your love of the great outdoors with, you can put your backpack in the other bed. The polypropylene rope for tying to a tree tests to 1,200 lbs., and a built-in mosquito net keeps out the little bloodsuckers. You can add a Vertex rain-fly Read More

$599 Buy

ThermaCell Rechargeable Heated Insoles

Here at inStash, we run a lot of products that we deem “Hot Products.” This time, that moniker is literal. With ThermaCell Rechargeable Heated Insoles, you can stay hot-footing for several hours, whether you’re watching a bowl game in person or spending the morning up in a tree stand. The insoles utilize a remote control system that allows you to adjust the heat distribution in three handy-dandy settings: no heat, 100 degrees, and 111 degrees. There are absolutely no wires attached to the mechanism thanks to high tech wireless thermal technology. You’ll also be able to get around without the Read More

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$102 Buy