This the season for creative, thoughtful gifts. (We won’t tell that you used a cheat sheet.)
Whether you’re camping, hiking or just spending a lazy day in the park, a hammock is the hack you never knew you needed. And Wiseowl’s is one of the best ones on the market, making it a great gift not just for the outdoorsiest camper on your list, but casual bookworms looking for a better way to read outside too.
Corkcicle Cooler Bag
Corkcicle’s line of flashy water bottles have already changed the game, but don’t sleep on these snazzy backpacks that can keep your bottles and cans cold and your arms free during your long hike to the picnic spot or — someday again, maybe, who knows — your day at the local music fest.
Maybe some people on your Christmas list really want to spend 2021 digging around in their purses and backpacks through a tangle of cords, battery packs and chargers. For everyone else, there’s this handy cable bag with tons of pouches and straps to keep all your tech neat and organized until you need it.
There's Only Us Tote Bag
Good product. Good message. Good morals. Good price. Not sure what else you’re looking for in a Christmas gift.
Inflatable Light and Phone Charger
Camping is one of the few pandemic-safe activities out there and you can make sure it’s done with all gadgets duly charged with this nifty device.
Pockets just aren’t designed to keep phones safe while hiking and climbing. This harness does what pant pockets can’t, and is indispensable for keeping your Instagram Machine close at hand.
Portable Camp Fire
If it looks like a campfire and even smells like a campfire is it still a campfire? Not necessarily but then, this device blurs the lines between real and fake considerably.
Travel Coffee Press
We all have that one friend that can't go without coffee and they shouldn't have to. Coffee poured into this efficient little press stays hot for hours and will fit great in a travel bag.