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2013 Holiday Gift Guide for Outdoor Enthusiasts
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This small, eco-friendly system helps wilderness chefs cook and charge their gadgets at the same time—no fuel necessary. It can be used at the local park, on the trail or at the campsite. Pair it with the kettle attachment so they can make you a hot cup of coffee or your favorite fireside meal.
Inertia O Zone
$99.95 2 of 13
The most distinctive feature of this backpacking sleeping pad is something called Loft Pockets, which increase warmth or breathability and decrease weight at the same time. In the winter, your sleeping bag fills in the holes, which helps to increase warmth. In the summer, these pockets make the mat more breathable.
Women's DriDown Eleanor 19
$319.95 3 of 13
The Eleanor earned a 2012 Outside Gear of the Show award from Outside magazine, and it just might be a winner for your female camping partner, as well. Designed specifically for women, this sleeping bag not only keeps lady campers warm and dry but it makes tent sleeping more enjoyable, too. That's not all; the down stuffing makes this sleeping bag compressible, so it's easy to pack, carry, and store.
$89.99 4 of 13
The redesigned Wave is the most popular multi-use tool offered by Leatherman, making it ideal for the rugged and experienced camper. With 17 tools, ranging from wire cutters to a bottle opener, the lucky recipient can tackle nearly any problem at the campsite or on the trail. Another present in itself is the 25-year warranty; you can be sure they'll never be without this gift that keeps on giving.
$130.00 5 of 13
Put these hiking shoes under the tree if you're shopping for an outdoor-loving female. The durable, waterproof material makes it easy to hike in any season, and a removable EVA footbed and contoured heel lock allows her to customize the shoes for just the right fit. Even without using these custom options, the shoe still feels sturdy, strong and comfortable. The same style is available for men.
Sundial M Shade Shelter
$149.00 6 of 13
Brighten someone's holiday with the Sundial shelter. They can use it to find shade at the campsite, the local park or on the trail. Make their time on the trails complete with the Easton Mountain Hike Carbon 3 Trekking Poles. These come with interchangeable baskets, ergo grips and an easy locking system.
$45.00 7 of 13
These unique foot molds are a great stocking stuffer for your trail-blazing loved ones. Choose from one of the two molding methods: The Wear Mold Method forms the insert to feet over time, and the Heat Mold Method allows for quick customization right at home. The molds are true to size, and come in half sizes, so you don't need to guess which one will fit best.
Big Timber 20
$89.95 8 of 13
If your favorite camper doesn't sleep well outside, this is a gift they'll be happy to unwrap. Features of this sleeping bag include a soft cotton flannel liner and Slumberloft insulation, making the tent feel a little more like home. It's perfect for glampers and cold-weather campers alike.
$399.95 9 of 13
Make someone's next family camping trip easier with the Mach 4 tent. AirPitch technology makes it quick and simple to put up and take down, all with a basic hand pump, which is included with the product. Pair this with the Basecamp Kitchen, also from Kelty, to make their family camping trip complete.
DriDown Capiz Jacket
$199.99 10 of 13
Flattering fit and stylish design make this jacket perfect for active women who want to stay warm on the trail, and look good out on the town. A hydrophobic fabric finish keeps this jacket from retaining any water and DriDown helps hikers stay warm on even the coldest days. If you need a men's jacket, try the DriDown Revolution Jacket.
Mira Series Hydration Pack
$139.00 11 of 13
The right amount of space, plenty of pockets and easy access to water makes the female-only Mira Series pack ideal—not just for hikers, but for any outdoor adventurer in your life. The Mira style is very small, however, and not suited for a long trip with a lot of equipment. For a backpacking pack that can fit a sleeping bag, clothing and more, go with the Viva Series, which is much larger but has the same features as the Mira.
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