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Gift Guide for the Outdoor Junkie

It’s that time of year again and we want to make this holiday season full of experiences instead of junk, so here’s a gift guide to help get your loved ones outside for their next adventure.



Products for the adventurous ones:

Outdoor Down Blanket- You know this will be top of the list for winter! Roofnest poof blanket is like a puffy, technical sleeping bag without zippers and velcro. Curl up with this blanket in your Roofnest or by the fire or wrap it around you and a friend while you’re stargazing or watching an outdoor movie or show.

Wool layered clothing- A good base layer makes all the difference when you’re out in the cold. Having a good pair of wool leggings and a shirt is a must if you’re planning on spending time outside this winter. Personally, I am a big fan of the company Iksplor as it’s women-owned and their colors are awesome.

First aid kit- This one can be tricky, because if the person you are buying the gift for is a seasoned traveler, they most likely have one, but to be honest, you can never go wrong with this! Better to have extra than none at all :)

Quick drying towel - Lava linens have some amazingly soft towels made of flax and hemp, they dry quickly and they’re pretty good looking too.

Multitool-you never know when a multitool will come in handy. A must for every adventure enthusiast! Personally, I love a leatherman, but there are so many options out there, so depending on your budget and your needs, you can decide what fits.

Water filtration system/bottle- We love the LIfesaver jerrycan and the hydroblu personal bottles. Another option is buying a 3L hydrapack and changing out the cap for a lifestraw cap.

Kid Carrier-Recently we got this awesome little carrier called Trail.Magik- it attaches to any 30L+ bag and it stows away really small. Making it perfect for the ambitious toddler and the parent that knows that eventually their kid is going to want to be carried :)

Camping table and chairs- When space is limited, it’s really important to have good gear that can fold up small. That’s why I love Cliq Chairs- they fold up tiny, are easy to open (literally just swing open, no assembly necessary!) and they are comfortable too. Feel free to use our code Twinsonwheels15 for 15% off your next order.

Hammock- let’s be honest, no campsite is complete without a hammock! You can never have too many, making this a perfect gift!

Dutch oven- This is something most people don’t think about and that’s what makes it a great gift. Most likely when you’re going camping you’ll make a fire, so why not use it for cooking? Get a nice size dutch over, and include maybe a cooking book too while you’re at it. Lodge or campchef are both great brands that I highly recommend.

Portable espresso machine- This one is for all the coffee lovers who can’t live without their espresso! Outin is a portable electric espresso maker and is perfect!

Experiences over products

If you’re less into “stuff” and more into gifting experiences, here are some good ones that could be great options for the adventurous soul.


National Park Annual Pass

Guided climbing trip

Forest Foraging experience

Off road driving workshop

Outdoor Private chef dinner

AllTrails membership- Alltrails is doing a major Cyber Sale starting November 21 for 10 days- 50% off membership!






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