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Rumpl Puffy Blanket

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Rumpl Blanket is outdoor blanket, warm and completely machine washable.  Made with 20D Ripstop Nylon with DWR shield materials are water, stain, and odor resistant, packable, and completely washable.
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Nap Anywhere head support

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The Nap Anywhere looks like it would make it more comfortable to do so. Watch the video.
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Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub

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The Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub($550) is a portable outdoor hot tub, bring it camping or set it up in your own backyard. Good idea.
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Hammocks in the Air at the International Highline Meeting

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Every year, a group of thrill seekers will gather for an event called the ‘International Highline Meeting’. This year, it was held at Monte Piana, located in north-eastern Italy. During the meet, attendees would fix hammocks onto tightropes and camp out as they dangle precariously over the Italian Alps. Many brought hammocks out on the ropes to relax and enjoy conversation and the scenery.
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Log Cabin Tent — "Sleeps 8"

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"Front porch and all."
$400.
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Liquid Body Flask

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Areaware's  Liquid Body Flask created by pumping water into a couple of panels of stainless steel welded together at the edges until they inflated like a water balloon. It  holds the perfect amount of your favorite sipper.  Its unique manufacturing process lends it an inflated liquid look, not unlike a Mylar balloon or foil drink packet.
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Mitten Flask

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This set of two red cozy mittens, includes one with a flask, and one without.  The flask inserts into a zippered pocket, connected to a bite valve so you won’t have to try to unscrew a top with mitten hands. Set of 2 mittens.  It is $15.
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Float Cap

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Just slip on the Float Cap and additional “Float Support”, which  keeps your head above water and wraps around your legs that gives them extra buoyancy. The Cap itself is $85, the Float Support is $55, and if you buy them together you save $5 and pay $135.
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'Jero Flat' Pack Yurt

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Scottish studios Trakke and Uula Jero have teamed up to develop the ‘jero’ flat pack yurt. The yurt’s assembly don't need tool. While measuring four meters wide upon assembly, the construction stows down to a 1.2 x 0.8 x 0.5 meter space. the structure is comprised of marine-grade plywood walls and radially organized wood roof poles. the latter support a waterproof canvas skin, while allowing for a skylight at the cabin’s center.
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Inflatable Jousting Logs with Matching Jousting Sticks

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$29.
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Inflatable Volleyball Court

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This inflatable volleyball court sprawls across the water’s surface to create a full five on five game.
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Flint Laces

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Tie your boots with these Flint Laces($14), you can still hope for a dry and warm night. The tip of each lace features a “1 inch ferro rod capped with rubber. This is just enough to produce a robust spark to start a fire in the wilderness.
"Each lace tip holds a 1 inch ferro rod capped with rubber. This is just enough to produce a robust spark to start a fire in the wilderness."
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Grandpa's FireGrill

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Grandpa’s FireGrill, made from stainless steel, it features wire mechanism attaches the grill securely to any stick, holding your food safely inside and it can be locked in place when folded out and used as a gridiron.

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Dedon Swingrest

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The Dedon Swingrest  hanging lounger($6,525) from dedon.

BioLite KettleCharge

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The BioLite KettleCharge($150) uses the water you boil to produce electricity. It works on a wide range of stoves and serves as a perfect personal-scale generator for your everyday devices. Just fill, heat, charge.
KettleCharge uses a thermoelectric generator to provide power to pretty much whatever you decide to plug into the kettle's on-board USB port. As you bring the water to a boil, electricity is produced and sent to the Power Handle, leaving you with potable water and 10W of usable power. In other words, this thing can even charge a tablet.