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  • 100% of 8 votes
    New Stanley Vacuum Bottles Carry On a Tradition
    Price: $10-$25
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    This is a simple, no-frills, no-nonsense tent that's big enough to sleep two large men comfortably but small enough to fit in a compact backpack.
    Price: $229
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    This is my new favorite water filter. To use one, simply fill up a plastic bladder full of water from a nearby lake or stream, then hang the bladder from a tree (or the rollbar of a Rhino).
    Price: $89
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    We loved these 2.5-inch-thick inflatable sleeping pads. They packed small but expanded wide enough for us to sleep on without rolling off, and they kept us from feeling the chill
    Price: $89-$144
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    According to the manufacturer, this five-pound, compact medical kit contains all essential items necessary for keeping large groups healthy in the backcountry for extended periods of time
    Price: $320
  • 100% of 3 votes
    Advertised as "the only bottle that can save your life—even when it's empty," the stainless Survival Bottle has water-disinfection instructions printed on the outside.
    Price: $19
  • 100% of 1 vote
    This blanket, which reflects 90 percent of radiated body heat, is 20 percent larger than standard space blankets and is considered “tear resistant.”
    Price: $6
  • 75% of 4 votes
    In addition to the long-nosed pliers, the FlikFish comes has a groove for sharpening hooks, and its scissors are made to be able to cut 150-lb line.
    Price: $90
  • 0% of 0 votes
    New features to this self-buoyant PLB include GPS-location maps and the ability to send “I’m OK” messages. The AquaLink View also comes with an optional subscription service,
    Price: $600
  • 100% of 2 votes
    The official whistle for the National Safe Boating Council, the Signal 1 is actually three whistles in one (producing three different pitches at a sound of up to 120 decibels).
    Price: $5
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