Any camper worth their salt knows to pack a tent, sleeping bag, provisions, fire-starter, and appropriate clothes, but even the most seasoned camper or outdoors enthusiast can overlook some camping gear. We asked ourselves the deep question;
“What camping gear Do you absolutely need?”
We even reached out to some of our favorite camping blogs and outdoor influencers for their opinions as well. After much deliberation and decision, we think we put together a list of eight pieces of gear that can enhance your camping experience.
Outside of the basic necessities of survival and camping, an absolute must-have item is a titanium firebox. It makes cooking and small fires so much more convenient when in the wilderness. They fold up small and are so easy to store in any pack making them perfect for multi-day trips. The firebox is one piece and folds flat, so you don’t have to be worried about losing and little pieces. They last forever and will pay for itself time and time again.
Of all of the camping gear that I have used throughout the years, Luci Lights have always been one of my essentials. Using a photovoltaic panel, Luci Lights use sunlight to charge a built-in battery, which can then be used to power a small light for hours.
Luci Lights have always been a useful tool. They provide a nice source of ambient light, and can be used to illuminate a camp kitchen, for example. The Luci Powerbank not only maintains a constant light source, but it can be used to charge electronic devices. All one needs to do is let the Powerbank passively charge during the daytime. Come night, the Luci Powerbank can be inflated, and used to light up your camp while also charging a smart phone, battery, or GPS device.
My articles appear in Marketing Edge Magazine, on Gizmogrind, and with various Medium publications. But one thing hasn’t changed in all of my life: no matter where I was or what I was doing. I’ve always loved to be outdoors.
A man needs nothing more than a good flannel shirt, a well-worn pair of jeans, and comfortable hiking boots. I don’t go for all the fancy luxury stuff. Suits are uncomfortable and shaving sucks.