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Patagonia Black Hole Duffel
Waterproof, rough and tumble, these bags have been to their namesake in Argentine Patagonia (120 L, by tent) and down the Grand Canyon (45 L, in truck). The U-shaped lid allows easy access to your gypsy closet; a big, external pocket and two internal mesh pockets keep your essentials separated. $99-160

Smartwool Ferndale Skirt
Split wood, cover up while you change into a swimsuit, take a midnight mission into the hills… Superwoman should have worn this skirt. $100

Horny Toad Swifty Pocket Hoodie
You’ll put the Swifty hoodie on and won’t want to take it off… for days. Work in it, climb in it, bbq in it, sleep in it, put your ipod in the pocket and go hiking, repeat. Soft and stretchy, it’s a bit sheer, so wear a cami underneath. $75

Bergans of Norway Humle Jacket
It doesn’t take long to warm up to the Humle. The brushed fleece interior is cozy when it’s cold and the soft wool/polyester blend breathes well, keeping you comfortable when the temp rises. Generous torso and sleeve length prevents drafts. Bonus: thumb loops, hood and stylish stripes. $189

Coleman PerfectFlow Instastart Grill Stove
Grilled elk burgers, stat. Easy to clean, packable bbq. $99

Big Agnes Betty SL 27 sleeping bag, Insulated Q-Core sleeping pad
Stash this durable sleeping bag in your truck, and sleep easy on unexpected adventures. Made from PinnecoCor synthetic insulation, the Betty ($189-99) dries quickly and is rated to 20 degrees. The insulated Q-Core sleeping pad’s alternating I-Beams evenly distribute your weight and keep you cradled in the center. At 3.5” thick, the pad rolls up to 5 x 9.5.” Non-self inflating. (Starting at $119.95)

The toughest work pants ever made. $40.

The Grocer
This reusable bag has a four-sided internal folding frame that eliminates spills. Doubles as a backpack. $25

Mammut Ultimate Light Jacket
Mammut’s Ultimate Light Jacket is just that – the ultimate layer for cool summer nights. This three-layer Gore Windstopper shell is breathable while jogging or tossing dries at rising cutthroat. $199

Cabela’s Zero G Padded Chaise Lounger
Get serious about relaxing. $80-95

KEEN Tunari CNX shoes
At 9.9 oz., these kicks are ultra-lightweight, surprisingly tough, and so comfortable. Equipped with metatarsal ridges, contoured arches, and rubber soles, they’re supportive, and grip like off-road tires on muddy trails. $110

Alite Designs Mayfly chair
The Mayfly is small enough to toss in your car and forget about until it’s time to chill, and light enough to bring to the crag for indulgent belays. The low-slung design is high on comfort, but don’t pitch the directions until you’ve dialed the set up; it takes a couple tries to master. $100

Smartwool PhD Teller Jacket
With a nylon shell, ultra-thin merino wool lining and sculpted side panels, the PhD Teller has a doctorate in utility. Plus, it takes up less room in your pack than a big sandwich. Move over hoagies. $160

Yeti Tundra Cooler
Ice cold and grizzly proof. $360

Sea to Summit Kitchenware
Made from BPA-free, food grade nylon, the Delta Spoon and Spork weigh in at .5 oz each. The built-in serrated knife will saw through veggies, but not your hand. The curvature matches the Delta Bowl ($7), helping you get every last bite of mac and cheese. $3.50 each

Stanley eCycle flask
Stanley’s 8 oz. eCycle flask is leak-proof, with a two-stage lid that allows thorough cleaning. Made from recycled and recyclable materials, with a lifetime warranty. Available in fall 2013. $20

Goal Zero Extreme 350 Kit
Don’t leave your laptop, music, phone or refrigerator at home. The Extreme 350 Explorer Kit “is like taking your wall plug with you,” said Kaysi MacDonald of Goal Zero. The power pack charges a laptop in 2-4 hours and the weather-resistant, solar technology leaves a miniscule carbon footprint in the process. Drawbacks? It weighs 25 pounds and hums while powered on. $369

Ruffwear Quencher Cinch Top dog bowl $20

Macbook Pro laptop starting at $1,199

Kletterwerks Kurier $299

Sanuk Torrey boots $90

Pelican 1500 Case $100

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