It’s time to announce August’s top selections from our favourite adventure closet. The question is of course, should you give as a gift or keep it for yourself?
Campstove // by Biolite
Forget the Fuel. Cook food fast. Charge your gear.
The heat from the fire generates electricity via a thermoelectric generator. This powers a fan creating airflow for improved combustion. Surplus electricity is sent to the USB port for charging devices. Features include
- Stove cooks food with just twigs
- Converts heat from fire to charge your devices
- Removes need for petroleum stoves
- Perfect for camping or emergency kits
- Includes USB cable for internal battery charging only
- Include Firelighter and stuff sack
Shark Clip Watch // by Freestyle Watches
Retro-futurism at its finest
The Shark Clip features the original clip band system that ignited the Freestyle brand. Much like a seatbelt, just clip in to keep your watch safe, snug and comfortable.
Mountain Lite Cascade (Womens) // by Danner
Heralded by many to be the greatest backpacking boot of all time, it continues to inspire adventures along the Pacific Crest Trail and around the world.
The women’s Mountain Light Cascade is a tribute to one of Danner’s iconic hiking styles introduced in the early 1970’s – a style believed by many to be the greatest backpacking boot of all time, and is featured in the Fox Searchlight Pictures release WILD.
Explorers Cap // by Huckberry
A collaboration with Ebbets Field Flannels to bring you the exclusive Huckberry Explorer’s Caps.
Unna Aksu Arctic Hunting Axe
A handsome hunting axe handmade in the land of the Northern Lights and the midnight sun
Karesuando handcrafts knives north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden out of natural materials native to the region. The Unna Asku Arctic Axe is a rugged axe built from local birchwood and reindeer antlers with a stainless steel blade.
Dry Duffel Bay // by Filson
Waterproof, roll-top backpack with padded shoulder straps
A high-capacity duffel made of waterproof vinyl with welded seams. It carries like a backpack with padded shoulder straps and stabilizing sternum strap. Webbing grab handles on the front you can lash it down. An oval base to keeps it upright for loading.