Some passionate campers say your camping trip quality is defined by your camping gear. Because this year has brought new and interesting items that make camping more comfortable and fuss free, let’s see which is the best camping gear for 2013.
Julbo Wave Sunglasses
Perfect for watersports these are the ideal outdoor eye protection for the campers taking on whitewater rafting or other daring fast water challenges. The polycarbonate lenses are polarized to help filter better the noon sun but also the water glare.
This stove uses its thermoelectric generator to create electricity from wood. The resulted electricity becomes the power source for a fan which pulls the oxygen inside the stove. As a result the generator from the stove is powered both by a small amount of wood and a large amount of oxygen.
Ultraviolet Microbiological All – Clear Water Filter from Camelback
This device filters water with the help of a UV technology. The purification process takes only 60 seconds and filters anything from tape water to rain.
Gregory Border 35 Backpack
For those fond of a trip outside the city, this backpack comes in handy especially because it has a padded place for laptops or tablets. The clamshell design is a handy airport security feature because your IT gear can be scanned without being taken out of the backpack. You can also turn it into a wheelie bag for easy transportation when you travel by car or by plane.
This is a versatile jacket that can easily be transformed into a sleeping bag and even further into a swag style bug protection.
Kelty Ignite Dripdown Sleeping Bag
In case you are looking for a high tech sleeping bag, you can use this one with confidence. It has full water protection and when packed is no larger than a football.
Wrist Mosquito Repellant
This hand camping gear is perfect for any season. It comes in the size of a wrist watch and you can use it to keep mosquitos and other bugs away from you both inside and outside the tent.
RAB Maverick Jacket
Far from the standard waterproof jackets, Maverick is touted to be the perfect fit for hiking the mountains at 60 degrees but also climbing cliffs under freezing temperatures. The jacket has improved moisture transfer the only trick to maintain it being to wash it as often as possible. In case you want a jacket versatile and comfortable that packs extremely light this is the ideal choice.