Father's Day Gifts Under $100

Follow this guide to find great --and affordable-- outdoor stuff for Father's Day.

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**1. L.L. Bean Burrito Bag **
After a day in the deer stand, everyone deserves a night of comfort. The smartly built Burrito bag has a fleece foot pocket, an attached fleece blanket, and an insulated shell. You can sleep under the fleece blanket on warm nights, or wrap up in both layers when it's truly cold. The bag is a generous 82x35 inches in size and rated to 35 degrees. In loden or russet. _$90; 800-221-4221; www.llbean.com _

2. Silva Digital Cobalt Compass
Silva's Cobalt Compass combines a traditional baseplate designed for map and compass work with a high-tech digital compass that calculates bearings and beeps to tell you when you're facing in the right direction. The compass also offers a programmable alarm, date and two time-zone settings, and a backlit face for finding your way in the dark. $60; 800-572-8822; www.johnsonoutdoors.com

3. Browning Backpack
For the man who wants to get away from it all (but not for too long), this pack will hold enough gear for a full day of walk-in fishing or hunting. For the angler, a lower, zip-off portion comes with three removable plastic tackle boxes. The pack also has two full-length side pockets and a pull-out rain fly that protects the whole thing from downpours. $60; 800-227-7776; www.basspro.com

4. Knives of Alaska Jaeger Knife
Slim and elegant, the Jaeger makes boning out big-game meat as easy as cutting vegetables. The 31/2-inch, premium-quality stainless-steel blade is cryogenically treated and double-tempered to bone-busting hardness. Nonslip ridges on the tang and finger grooves assure even, safe cutting. Available in rubber "Suregrip," Micarta, ironwood, and stag handles._ $90; 903-786-7366; www.knivesofalaska.com _

**5. Motorola 5950 Two-Way Radio **
This latest version of Motorola's Talkabout features a full 5-mile range, plus a silent, vibrating alert to ensure that an incoming signal won't make any noise. Talk hands-free on 22 different channels. The 5950 acts as a weather radio as well, accessing NOAA forecasts with the touch of a button, giving a heads-up to potential changes in animal behavior. $90 per pair; 866-289-6686; www.motorola.com

** 6. Gerber Nautilus Multitool**
A whole new breed of multitool, the Nautilus combines a 21/4-inch knife blade, scissors, screwdrivers, and a bottle opener with an LED light that pops open at the touch of a button. The bulbs are at the end of the Nautilus' curved body, illuminating whatever dark corner you're attempting to reach with the tools-no more holding a flashlight in your mouth. _$60; 503-403-1231; www.gerberblades.com _