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Backpacking


Kammok tarp collects rainwater for drinking

Hammok manufacturer Kammok is working to bring an innovative new tarp to market. Not only does the tarp provide shelter from the rain, it funnels that rain into a gutter system and bottles it, providing a hassle-free way of procuring clean drinking water. Read More
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Innovative waterproof backpacks power the new sport of seatrekking

By - December 13, 2012 15 Pictures
We see a ton of new gear here at Gizmag. Less often, we see gear that empowers people to experience the world in new ways. ÁETEM is a German company that was created by a group of people passionate about experiencing the world in a new way. That new way is called seatrekking, and ÁETEM's upcoming line of rugged waterproof packs is designed to meet its demands. Read More
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Honey Badger serves as a backpack and a bicycle pannier

By - October 10, 2012 8 Pictures
Once a relatively lesser known member of the animal kingdom, the honey badger rose to infamy last year, becoming a legend among critters. It's not all that surprising to see the animal referenced in a product name, especially one designed to bring some of the animal's tenacity and ferocity to the outdoors. The new Honey Badger backpack may not survive an all out attack by a honey badger, but it'll survive all kinds of other adventures. Read More

Baladeo ultralight multi-tool – for dining anywhere

The Baladeo Eco133 is the multi-tool for adventurers that don't have time to eat with a proper knife and fork at a three-leaf dining room table. The five-function tool adds little weight or bulk to your load, but it brings everything you need to enjoy a semi-civilized meal. It appears to be well-suited to fast-and-light wilderness travelers of all kinds. Read More
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Alpine Hammock lets you sleep in the air or on the ground

By - August 22, 2012 2 Pictures
Tent manufacturers have become so obsessed with cutting weight that we have US$1,800 tents that weigh little more than a pair of sneakers. Backpackers that really want to cut weight to near-nill would rarely choose a tent, however. Instead, they’d use a lighter option like a bivouac sack. The Alpine Hammock packages the light weight of a bivouac with the comfort of a hammock tent, creating one light, versatile wilderness accommodation. Read More
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