The Best Roof Top Tents

First popularized in Africa and Australia back in the 1950s, in the last decade or so roof top tents have become the go-to choice for thousands of campers worldwide—and with good reason. For backcountry enthusiasts looking for a little more in the way of comfort, convenience, and luxury than that offered by traditional ground tents,… Read More

The Best Vacuum Sealers

The average American family wastes approximately $2,200 in food every year. Take a moment to think of what better way you could spend that money and then consider how much in your freezer right now is on the edge of spoiled or freezer burnt. While not all of that $2,200 is food wasted due to spoiling,… Read More

The Best Sleeping Bags

Whether you’re an occasional weekend warrior or a diehard “dirtbag” thru-hiker who spends more time on the trail than not, your choice of sleeping bag will largely determine just how enjoyable your trips in the backcountry will prove to be. Along with your tent, backpack, and boots, this is one of the “biggies” of the… Read More

The Best Camping Tents

Whether you are relaxing at a campground or hiking miles on a backpacking trip, choosing the right tent will make all of the difference when it comes to comfort and utility. There are many factors to consider when deciding on a tent that will fit your needs, including where you will be setting it up,… Read More

The Best Camping Chairs

Whether you are headed to the ballpark, a festival, on an RV adventure, or out paddle camping, camping chairs are an excellent investment. Camping chairs allow you to enjoy a comfortable place to sit that is lightweight, affordable, and easy to store. There are many features and perks to folding camp chairs. We reviewed dozens… Read More

Man sharpening knife on stone

A good pocket knife is a crucial piece of equipment for outdoor lovers. It can be utilized for a multitude of tasks, from foraging and cooking, to removing splinters, cutting seat belts, and even saving lives. The secret, of course, is not just to carry your pocket knife with you, but to ensure that it… Read More

Campfire

Campfires have a way of bringing people together. There’s just something about gathering around the warmth of hypnotic flames drawing in the smoky scent and hearing the low crackle of smoldering embers. This outdoor tradition has been practiced for generations, and it’s something you can easily share with your friends and family by following these… Read More

Torch

Fire is an important necessity when you are in the wild. It can give you warmth to avoid hypothermia in cold areas, boil water so you can drink it, cook your food, as well as give you light to keep wild animals at bay in the darkness of night. If you’re unsure of how to… Read More

Snare trap

Certain lost arts still have their place in the required skill set for outdoor survival situations. Navigating by the stars, starting a fire without matches or a lighter, digging a snow hole, building a makeshift shelter with branches and brush, and filtering water from a wild source with rocks and pebbles are just a few…. Read More

Woman drinking water while camping

When it comes to surviving in the wilderness, getting enough water should be a top priority. In fact, water is more important than food since whilst it’s possible for a human to survive for up to a few weeks without eating, you’ll only last a maximum of five days without water, and even less if… Read More