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It’s hard to know what to praise most about this tent: Its superlight 2-pound 4-ounce weight is a back saver. Even the most instructionally challenged camper can set it up easily. It’s large and comes with two doors and two vestibules that keep the rain, mud, and snow at bay. And its reflective guy-lines and webbing make it easy to find in the dark.
A backcountry pillow is a luxury few want to pack, but Klymit’s new inflatable headrest is so insanely small and light, there’s no reason not to bring one along. It will inflate with just a couple of breaths to a 15-by-11-inch rectangle with 4 inches of cushion. An ingenious X pleating in the pillow helps keep your head centered instead of sliding off during the night. It packs down to a roll barely larger than a wallet and weighs less than 2 ounces.
With carbon shafts and a new external locking system for superfast length adjustments, these lightweight trekking poles have a spring-loaded anti-shock tip that noticeably reduces impact force. Your wrists, elbows, and shoulders will thank you. Each pole weighs just half a pound and folds into a 15-inch three-section package small enough to stash in a fishing vest. Snap them back together for a full-size, full-strength pole to leverage on steep climbs, keep you steady on descents, and make stream crossings a breeze.
If you think this is a lot to drop on a pack, just spend a few days in the mountains with a bargain model on your back. The Metcalf’s rigid Guide Light Frame is constructed from lightweight carbon-fiber stays that flex with your body to make hauling heavy loads easier. The Futura Yoke adjusts to your exact torso length for all-day comfort. Empty, the Metcalf weighs 6.1 pounds and offers 4,333 cubic inches of storage space. The Overload system, located between the pack and the frame, can take extra gear.
At 35 pounds, you don’t want to hike one of these too far. But if you’re home-basing in a wall tent or doing a fly-in drop camp, this cot is just the thing. It sets up in seconds and sure beats sleeping on rocks. Plus, it’s roomy enough that you’re free to actually shift positions during the night, and it has a 500-pound capacity, in case you’re the type who mostly hunts close to camp.
Most conventional flasks are too cumbersome for packing booze into the backcountry. Enter the foldable Flask2Go, a reasonably durable pouch that weighs next to nothing once you drain it. It holds 8 ounces (or five shots) of your favorite hooch. Which, you might argue, isn’t enough to last you a week in the wilderness. But worry not: That’s why they’re sold in pairs.
The newest iteration of the trusty PocketRocket packs plenty of features without sacrificing the essence of the original stove: It remains compact and ultralight. And it’s handier than ever. For an extra .3 ounces (2.9 ounces total), you get a one-push igniter, a wider burner with a lip to block the wind, and a pressure regulator. Translation: You can light the stove with one hand—no need to pull out your Bic or set down your beer—and boil water faster in colder, windier conditions than ever before.
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