Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Some of My Favorite Camping Gear


Denali Backpack   The Denali 5500 is a large internal frame backpack that is perfect to take along on all your longer backcountry treks. It has a built in hydration pocket and port, as well as horizontal dividers to better arrange your gear.  You don’t need to bring along a day pack because when it’s time to leave the big pack behind and adventure onto a smaller trail, the top lid converts to a fanny pack.

Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit  The Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit was built for all survival scenarios. Stick this kit in your backpack and hope your never have to use it. If you do, it has everything you need to survive in even the toughest spots.

Grand Trunk Road Towel
  I really am not fond of those washcloth size towels you normally find in the backpacking section.  The Road Towel is a proper sized towel, that dries quickly, and has a “hang-loop” so you can hang it from your backpack to let it dry.


Princeton Tec Byte

Great for hands free use while cooking dinner, doing the dishes, hanging out in the tent or hiking through the woods late into the evening.  In addition to the standard light, the Princeton Tec Byte has a red light which is good for not blinding your buddies around the campfire.
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