When buying gifts for the adventurer in your life, you have to think of practical over pretty and function over form. They don't want bulk in their backpacks or extra weight. They want items designed for their extreme sport or things that will help them get them where they're going, or when they get there. Any of the items on this list fit the bill.
1 How to Stay Alive in the Woods: a Complete Guide
Everything the adventurer needs to know for being in a tree-bound habitat.
Definitely need a good camera to take pictures of all the adventures.
2 HERO3: Black Edition
Absolutely need a good camera to take pictures of all the adventures. And this one is definitely designed with the intrepid adventurer in mind.
3 Finding Your Way without Map or Compass
It might seem an unnecessary skill these days with GPS but it's a skill no true adventurer should be without.
4 Serrated Edge Remix
A good knife is an essential piece of kit.
5 Unbreakable Shoelace, Black
Nothing more annoying than the laces on your hiking boots breaking when you're in the great outdoors.
6 Timex Men's T499059J Expedition Field Chronograph Watch
A timepiece that certainly looks the part.
7 Canvas DSLR SLR Camera Shoulder Bag Backpack Rucksack Bag with Waterproof Cover
Just what's needed. A durable rucksack that is designed to keep your camera safe too.
8 Dual 1500W Electric Skateboard
Marty McFly eat your heart out.
9 Titanium Spork
Compact and dual purpose. The way gadgets and tools for adventurers should be.
10 Adventure Stainless Steel Flask, Hammertone Green
The flat style is great for packing. Comes in other colors.
11 RebarMulti-Tool, Black
A variation on the Swiss Army Knife.
12 Baja Dry Bag 20
Keeps the adventuer's clothes clean and dry in all weather situations and all environments.
13 Titanium 450ml Cup
The handles fold back against the cup body meaning it takes up less space in a rucksack.
14 Captain's Brass - Leather Spyglass Telescope
Makes a nice alternative to binoculars.
15 Travel Gear All Terrain Money Belt
Anyone heading off on an adventure needs somewhere safe and secure to store their cash.
16 "Jerry" 20 Liter Steel Fuel Cans
Driving across Monument Valley or the Atacama Desert? No self-respecting journeyman would head off without a spare can of fuel.
17 Universal Waterproof IPhone Case
It's an absolute must to keep that precious phone safe. This nifty little case is one of the great little stocking fillers for adventurers.
18 Gerber Gorge Folding Shovel
Another useful item that is made better by its compact design.
19 Men's Hiking Medium Crew Sock
It's pointless having great hiking boots if they aren't paired with great socks.
20 Essentials 8x21 Binocular
Not for the serious bird watcher or star gazer but they're handy to slip into a ruck sack or hiking pack.
21 Wildlife Hatchet
Caught in the woods and need to make a fire? No worries if you packed a handy hatchet.
22 Pocket Journal
A notebook that suffers through all weathers.
23 One Man Tent
The lone adventurer must be able to rely on their tent.
24 Classic 70 Oz Hydration Pack
Hands-free hydration for the runner, climber, or biker.
25 Floating Knife
The must have knife for anyone who loves time on their boat.
26 TraiLogic SB20 3 Season 800 Fill Dri down Sleeping Bag
Serious adventurers need a serious sleeping bag. This is one serious sleeping bag.
27 Change Mat/ Wet Bag
Makes getting changed more comfortable and when the wet clothes are off, just cinch the bag together. It's a wet bag as well as a changing mat.
28 Forerunner 620 - Black/Blue Bundle
An advanced GPS watch that any runner would be pleased to receive as a gift.
29 Polaris Baseplate Compass
Using a compass is a test of skill. Much more so than using GPS on a phone.
30 Voyager Trek Solar/Crank Weather Radio with 5-LED Flashlight
For the adventurer who knows the importance of being prepared for weather changes. It's a handy charger for devices too, ohb and it's a flashlight.
31 Sherpa Sunglasses (w/ Spectron 3 Lenses)
A must have gift for mountain climbers. The shades with their side shields offer maximum protection in extreme conditions against harsh sunlight.
32 No. 1 Kettle
Thanks to the fold back handles takes up less room than other pans. Also has a handy top handle so can be hung over flames as well as put on stoves.
33 Crux Lightweight Backpacking and Camping Stove
Not lugging heavy equipment is always a bonus.
34 Thermite Versipack, Foliage Green
Made from heavy duty tactical nylon, this will keep valuables safe and at hand.
35 Utility Water Bottle 24oz
Lightweight, heavy duty and big capacity. Everything an adventurer wants in a water bottle.
36 The Original Luna W/MGT (Monkey Grip Technology) Footbed and Secure ATS (All Terrain Strapping) Laces - Size 4
There are times feet need to be free of the confines of hiking boots.
37 Windproof Lighter, Shiny Aluminum
Ideal for lighting fires and stoves on blowy mountaintops and in windy valleys.
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