Stanley Adventure Vacuum Crock, $65
There’s the typical game tailgating, and then there’s the adventurer’s outdoor trailgating. Stanley is fueling outdoor adventures, and the Vacuum Crock will be ideal for your outdoor group gathering. This 3-quart/2.8-liter crock pot, made out of 18/8 stainless steel that won’t rust and is BPA-free, has vacuum insulation that’ll keep your food hot or cold all day. The extra wide mouth makes for easy serving and cleaning. The leak proof, foam-insulated lid latches tight to prevent spills, and an inner hook hangs the lid on the body while serving. With Stanley’s unwavering thermal performance, the Vacuum Crock will undoubtedly be durable with top-notch quality so you can enjoy some delicious eats while in the outdoors.
CLIF Organic Energy Food, $2.29-$2.99
Endurance athletes consume a great deal of gels, bars, blocks and chews and need constant energy to keep up for the duration of any race. CLIF Organic Energy Food is the next generation of sports nutrition made from real food ingredients crafted for endurance athletes who want energy and essential nutrients for long-duration activities. Sweet recipes are made for activities of one hour or more, while savory recipes have crave-worthy flavors with small amounts of protein and fat that make them better suited for activities lasting two hours or longer. With both sweet and savory flavors, this helps to combat palate fatigue, and with much higher water content than bars, the Organic Energy Food digests and absorbs more quickly. Flavors include Banana Beet with Ginger, Banana Mango with Coconut, Sweet Potato with Sea Salt and Pizza Margherita. Flavors were inspired by home recipes of Team CLIF Bar athletes.
Princeton Tec Helix Basecamp Lantern, $50
The Princeton Tec Helix Basecamp lantern is a collapsible lantern that packs the latest LEDs and boasts up to 200 lumens. The light is soft on your eyes, and there’s a power dial that controls dimmable white and red LEDs. The power dial has a locked-out feature to avoid a chance of the lantern turning on and wearing out the battery while packed up. The lantern’s collapsible legs raise the lantern up to ensure it lights up a wide area while hanging options add versatility. It’s USB rechargeable, and the lantern detaches from the base legs for an ultra-lightweight mini lantern.
Peak Design Capture P.O.V. Action Camera Mount, $69.95
Peak Design launched their Capture P.O.V. action camera mount that is turning out to be the most versatile action camera mount to date. The Capture P.O.V. allows the user to mount their action camera directly on any backpack, belt or strap which gives more options and smoother video with less bulk. In addition to mounting an action camera, the Capture can also be used to mount any common point-and-shoot camera to convert it into an action video capture device. Cameras are held rigidly in place with the mounting system, and the more creative the wearer is, the more video points-of-view the wearer will have.
Salomon MTN Lab Helmet, $200
The Salomon MTN Lab Helmet not only caters to skiers, but it also caters to climbers. The MTN Lab Helmet is the first on the market to be certified for both skiing and climbing. This helmet has a super light construction, weighing at 300 grams, and has an ActiveDry Liner with merino wool along with headlamp holders for midnight departures. The liner is removable, so if you don’t need something quite as toasty, just swap the liner out with a light beanie. It has an EPS 4D construction, which absorbs 30 percent more shock than required. With this helmet, you can at least eliminate one extra helmet in your collector’s box of action sports brain bucket protection.
Osprey Shuttle Series, $290-$320
If you want a burley, durable suitcase built for hauling your outdoor gear along with your everyday wear while on an adventure, the Osprey Shuttle Series is for you. The Shuttle Series has foam padded sidewalls, a large opening, Osprey’s Straightjacket to provide security and protection for gear transit, a back pocket for extra organization and grab handles both on the top and the sides. The StraightJacket system uses a front panel compression strap to produce varying levels of compression to secure the load and add stability even when the pack isn’t full. Whether you’re in the airport or on gravel roads, the all-terrain wheels make for great maneuverability. The Shuttle Series is versatile, light and stable and will adapt to the adventure and gear it carries. Two sizes will be available, 100L and 130L.