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If you know someone who is completely infatuated with all things nature, it can be difficult to find the perfect gift. That’s why we’ve compiled our favorite products to please any hiker, camper, climber, kayaker or any other type of adventurer. If you need any more ideas, check out our REI Gift Guide very.
Yeti’s new water bottle is sure to be a hot gift this holiday season. Instead of another heavy, insulated metal bottle, the brand’s latest release is a lightweight, BPA-free plastic water bottle that’s still fairly durable.
Teva ReEmber slippers have been one of our favorite gifts for years, but this holiday season Teva released a new version: the Teva ReEmber Terrain. These shoes have a thicker, more supportive sole and a lot of traction on the bottom so you can feel more secure walking around camping. We’ve been trying a pair for ourselves and love the updated sole. However, these new slippers don’t have heels, so they slip easily. We also found that the terrain slippers run big, so you might want to order a size down.
If you know someone who always forgets about their drinks, get this can insulator from Yeti. It uses the brand’s double-wall vacuum insulation technology to keep your beverages nice and cold for hours.
It’s no secret that whiskey glasses and pints of beer are a playable gift, but we still think you should consider North Drinkware glasses because they’re so good. At the bottom of each glass is a 3D mold of a real mountain.
When the weather turns cold and you can’t go camping, the one thing you miss the most is sitting around a fire. While it’s not quite as good as the real thing, this mini fireplace is a great way to bring a little taste of the outside in.
We absolutely love solo stoveThanks to its attractive design and low smoke fire. This is a great big-ticket gift for those who can’t always make it to the woods.
Apple has jumped into the outdoors scene with the brand new Apple Watch UItra. With increased battery life, more accurate GPS and enhanced compass capabilities, it could be an adventurer’s new best friend. We tried it, and there’s no question it’s expensive, we think it’s worth it,
The mosquitoes aren’t out there yet, but you can bet they’ll come back and bite next summer. Get ready with this rechargeable mosquito repellent that We tested and absolutely love,
We’ve been testing this hiking backpack from Gregory for the past month and absolutely love it. It has plenty of outfit, chest and hip straps, and even a 3 liter water reservoir. If you’re looking for a tech hiking pack to take your gear on a tough day’s hikes, this is the one for you.
Stay comfortable wherever you are with Therm-a-Rest’s Honcho Poncho. It has synthetic insulation to keep you warm and a spacious front pocket that doubles as a stuff sack for easy portability. We’ve had one for a couple of weeks and think it’s a great way to stay delicious at camp or an outdoor venue like a tailgate or soccer game.
This versatile towel is perfect for traveling, camping, the gym and basically any other outdoor activity. It is super packable, ultra absorbent, fast drying and soft too. We’ve been testing one for about a month and love it. We’ve been finding all kinds of uses for it, and it’s definitely earned a spot on our Camping Checklist,
The Parks Project is one of our favorite outdoor brands, and this mushroom-themed Polaroid camera is high on our holiday lists this year.
We really love Rumple’s blanketAnd now the brand has teamed up with Carhartt to create a wearable, Sherpa-lined blanket that looks like one of the most comfortable pieces of gear we’ve ever seen.
if you are in national park trendYou’ll want to light up this gorgeous 1,000-piece national park puzzle.
It can be hard to sleep comfortably at camp, but not when you use this camp pillow from Nemo. We tried one ourselves and were very impressed with how comfortable it is. It combines a foam filling with an inflatable center that provides great support while still being able to pack.
This fire pit folds flat for ultimate portability and easy storage. Plus, it has an integrated ashtray, so it’s easy to clean and leaves no trace.
The huge tent turns into an independent shelter in a matter of minutes. we tested one earlier this year and absolutely loved its versatility.
If you love to cook while camping, you need this lightweight, ultra-packable set. It comes with a 2.8-liter collapsible pot, 1.3-liter collapsible kettle, and 8-inch pan. We’ve been testing this set for over a year and take it on every camping trip. The pot is the perfect size for making one big pot of soup for two people, and everything collapses down to the size of a Frisbee.
This weather-resistant jacket from Flint and Tinder has a wax coating on both sides of the shell for added warmth and insulation. A blanket lining makes it feel extra cozy, even when the weather outside is all about it.
This 36.5-liter tote can haul all kinds of gear, whether it’s massive groceries or your skiing essentials. Interior compression straps, grab handles, and zippered pockets all make packing and carrying this tote a breeze.
If you’re looking for a stylish stocking stuffer, check out these chopsticks from outdoor brand Snow Peak, which are made from bamboo and stainless steel. Plus, they come with a carrying case so you can bring them on your next adventure.
Once you’re warm and comfortable in your sleeping bag, it’s hard to motivate yourself to move out. With the Selk’Bag wearable sleeping bag, you don’t have to. Packed with synthetic insulation, featuring plenty of pockets and vents to help you regulate your temperature, you can stay toasty and comfortable all day long.
If you hate jumping into a pair of cold boots in the morning, check out this boot heater from Therm-ic. It uses a USB-powered heater and can heat two boots at once so your toes can stay toasty.
These little koozies from Puffin Drinkwear are the perfect stocking stuffer for the adventurers in your life. They can keep their drinks cold with these stylish and hilarious insulators.
You don’t mind drinking instant coffee when you’re out camping. There are plenty of portable options that can brew up a delicious cup, including this cute percolator from The Parks Project. It’s made of 100% carbon steel wrapped in enamel, which means it’s strong enough for everyday use at home or in the middle of the backcountry.
This enamel mug is lovely, it won’t chip like a ceramic cup and it’s even campfire safe if you want to heat your drink over an open flame.
This portable fire pit from Snow Peak comes with a grill grate so you can cook delicious meals anywhere. Plus, it folds down so you can bring it from the backyard to the campsite and everywhere in between.
This The cult-favorite Tumblr from Stanley Makes the perfect gift for anyone on your list. This is a great way to stay hydrated with ice cold water while you travel, at the office or around the house.
At the beach, on the slopes or on top of a mountain, these polarized sunglasses help protect your eyes from the sun. Plus, they have nifty side shields for added protection from glare.
If you want to upgrade your hiking backpackLook no further than this pack from REI Co-op. It’s simple, has lots of pockets and even has a hydration sleeve so you can get ready for your next day’s hike.
We love Patagonia sweaters, and this fleece is no exception. With a timeless style and a material crafted with recycled polyester, the Better Sweater will look great on the trail and off.
Explore more with this rooftop tent from Thule. Weighing in at 152 pounds, this tent can sleep up to three people and has an extended canopy so you can move from your car to the tent without being exposed to the elements.
The super-light tent is great for both backpacking and car camping. It has plenty of interior room for sleeping two and two stacked-out vestibules for additional gear storage.
down jacket are a great gift because they are so versatile. Pair them with a few layers and you can wear them all the way from fall to spring. This one from Patagonia is especially good because it has an 800-fill-power goose down and its exterior is made from 30-denier recycled ripstop nylon for added durability.
If you love going camping all year round but don’t want to buy multiple sleeping bags for different temperatures, this sleeping bag is for you. With two interchangeable layers, you can use them separately or together for three different sleeping configurations.