The Sparkr Flashlight & Lighter by Power Practical, $59.99, is a two-faced fighter. One side of this highly portable tool is an electric, windproof lighter, while the other one is an LED flashlight/lantern.
The Chef's Style Stainless Tabletop Grill by Cuisinart, $199, is highly portable and convenient. Plus it has super easy set up right out of the box.
The Halo Repeller by Thermacell, $39.99, provides odorless, invisible, and continuous protection from mosquitoes.
The Venture 45 Cooler by Otterbox, $349.99, is a 45-quart cooler is impressively designed to keep ice frozen for up to 14 days.
The VG1 by Soundcast, from $150, is the premiere traveling speaker. Handheld, rugged and stylishly sleek, this is your new go-to for the campfire or the trail.
The 8 Point Selvage Denim by Ball & Buck, $218, are made in the USA with denim from North Carolina's Cone Mills. These jeans feature camo-lined pockets, and special fabric in the seat to prevent blow-outs. (If you've had one, you understand the need.)
The Makoa WP, $150, by Olukai, are made with lightweight, quick-drying, durable materials, making them perfect for the campsite, but also stylish enough for the dive bar after you get home. With dual-density PU footbeds, it will feel like you're walking there on feathers.
The Dry Wax Anorak by Wilson & Willy's, $288, is constructed in the USA with British 8 oz. dry wax canvas.
Essential camp-wear includes the standard jeans and t-shirt that also works at just about every social gathering you may attend. Invest in a good one, like the Ultimate No-Ride-Up Underwear & Tee, by the now fully funded Kickstarter-started Bensly.
The Thor 2P 4-Season Tent by Marmot, about $650, is made with fabric to withstand harsh winds, plus vents to allow air flow. Find your way home in the woods with the light-reflective points.