Outdoor Gear

I’ve spent many hours, days, and miles researching and field testing the gear I have, and I love all of it!  Here’s my entire outdoor outfit, in case any of your gear hounds out there are curious or looking for your next purchase.

If you do decide to buy yourself something nice and found my site helpful, I would so appreciate it if you would purchase your gear though any of my affiliate links below.  The small commission generated helps me pay to keep the website up and running for all of you guys!  If you do pick up something, I’d love to hear what you got and how you like!

My favorite place to get everything outdoors. Seriously.


Osprey Xenith 88 Pack. I just love all Osprey packs!


MSR Mutha Hubba Tent (3 p) . I can’t express how much I love this tent in all weather.

MSR Hubba Hubba Tent (2 p). Perfect for just me, the dog, and my camera gear.

Western Mountaineering Summerlite Sleeping Bag. My summer bag.

Mountain Hardwear Lamina 0 Sleeping Bag. Usually my go to back for the mountains

Big Agnes Cabin Creek 15 Degree Bag. Great for snuggling, but should be rated to only 30 deg.


Therm-A-Rest Z-Lite SOL Sleeping Pad. I love strapping this to the outside of my pack


Therm-a-Rest Z Lite Mattress. This doubles as my yoga mat, too 🙂


Therm-a-Rest ProLite Plus Mattress. You’ll be warm with this and a lite mattress

 

Camp Kitchen


Coleman Classic Propane Stove


MSR WhisperLite International Stove. Run this off of gasoline, Bacardi 151, or butane


MSR Fuel Bottle. Love that you can travel with an empty fuel bottle and fill up later

 Jetboil Flash Personal Cooking System. This is always in my bag for trail tea! Always!


Jetboil Coffee Press Accessory. Turns your Jetboil into a french press for two people.


Snow Peak Titanium Cup. The best mug ever.  Keeps tea you forgot about warm!


Snow Peak Lid for 450 Cup Series. Don’t forget to get the lid for your sweet mug.


MSR Mugmate Coffee/Tea Filter. Makes delicious coffee for one right in your mug


GSI Outdoors Enamelware Percolator. Ideally, I think this makes the best camp coffee!


Snow Peak Titanium Spork. I love these and wish more people used sporks.


Snow Peak 4 Piece Titanium Cook Set. Lightweight, titanium, and perfect for two.


Snow Peak Al dente Cookset. Perfect to hang over a fire and make a big pot of stew!


Microfiber Towel with Hang Loop Snap. Two for the dishes and one for you.

 Campsuds 8oz


 Sea to Summit Kitchen Sink. This what I do the laundry and dishes in.

 

Water


Reliance Aqua-Tainer 7 Gallon. These rock and are fairly durable.


CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle. I love this for hands free water drinking while driving


Camelbak Reservoir.  The only way I remember to stay hydrated!


Camelbak Antidote Thermal Control Kit. Keeps the tube from freezing in the winter.


Katadyn Hiker Pro Microfilter. My favorite way to quickly filter fresh mountain water!


Platypus Water Tank. Great for fetching filtered water to bring back to camp.


Aquamira Chlorine Dioxide Water Purification Tablets. I always have these as a back up.

 

Off The Grid


Goal Zero Guide 10 Adventure Kit. This charges all my stuff with a little sun!


Petzl Tikka Xp 2 Headlamp. I plug this thing right into my solar panel to charge up


Goal Zero Lighthouse. I love this so much. Hang in your tent or charge from it


Goal Zero 90401 Rockout Green Speaker. Music powered by the sun!


GOAL ZERO Yeti 150 Solar Generator. Fully charged I can run my laptop off this.


Garmin GPSMAP 64s GPS.  For when I really get lost 🙂

 

Organization & Storage


The North Face Base Camp Duffel. These can get wet, beat up, and thrown around!


Rubbermaid ActionPacker, 24 Gallon. I have two of these. They are also chairs!


Camp Time Roll-A-Table. For when you need a place to cut up vegetables nicely


Outdoor Research Mesh Ditty Sacks. I love these because they stretch


Yakima Skybox 21 Carbonite Cargo Box. Because my Jeep never seems big enough.


Mountainsmith Modular Hauler 4 System. These cubes organize my life.

 

All The Other Stuff


Leatherman 831918 Juice C2 Multitool. Just the basics of what I need to save on weight


Nylon Paracord. Always have paracord! For dog leashes, bear bags, tarps, etc.

I’m still in the process of building this so check back soon too see my entire setup


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