33 Problem-Solving Products For Anyone Who Loves To Spend Time Outdoors
Start a campfire, avoid hiking blisters, and keep mosquitoes away with these outdoor-friendly goods.
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1. A hydration pack, so you'll have plenty of room for water and hiking essentials. It comes with a two-liter hydration bladder and secure large pocket to hold your phone, sunglasses, and a jacket. You won't need to carry a bulky backpack anymore on outdoor adventures.
2. A paracord bracelet that comes with survival gear for your solo nature retreat. This tiny accessory contains a compass, emergency knife, emergency whistle, a fire starter, and 12 feet of paracord rope. If you need direction or a little warmth, this handy tool is here to help you out.
3. A running belt you'll want to wear if you're running or taking a long stroll when it's hot outdoors: There's a vertical water bottle spot, a zippered pocket for your phone and keys, and an adjustable waistband. You won't get thirsty or lose anything along the way.
4. A portable campfire to bring with you on your next camping trip. With three to five hours of burn time and a non-smoky smell, you'll actually be toasty and not have to search your site for twigs or wood pieces.
5. A time-marked water bottle, so you can keep track of your H2O intake throughout the day. Staying hydrated is key while you're outside and this container will let you know if you're drinking enough water or need more.
6. A pair of polarized sunglasses that'll block annoying sun glare and won't slide down your nose. Wear these babies on your next trail run or bike ride.
7. An inflatable lounger that'll basically feel like your sofa when you're spending a day at the beach or campground. Just climb in, grab a blanket, and drift off to dreamland in this cozy cocoon. (No ground sleeping required!)
8. Portable deodorant, so you can keep sweat and stinky underarms at bay during low-impact and high-impact activities. The temperature may be rising outside, but not having the right antiperspirant on hand is ~the pits.~
9. A face mask, because you won't be the only one enjoying the trail or boardwalk when the weather warms up. With breathable cotton fabric, a built-in filter, and a cute print, you'll be comfortable and stylish while you're on the move.
10. A pair of waterproof hiking boots for rocky terrain and dirt trails. These babies are waterproof, provide great cushioning, *and* have a traction rubber sole to help prevent slipping. Those sneakers you wore for past trips? Retire them and wear these durable shoes instead.
11. A portable camping chair, because you need a comfy place to sit when you go a beach or campground. You won't be dripping in sweat or have an aching butt, thanks to mesh fabric and you can easily fold it up if you have to move to a new spot.
12. Insect repellent, so you don't get eaten alive by chiggers, ticks, and mosquitoes in your backyard or tent. This formula contains 20% Picaridin and gives you up to eight hours of protection from outdoor critters. It also won't stain your clothes or camping gear (win).
13. A waterproof tent that'll *keep you covered* from the elements (hello rain, wind, and cold air) and flying bugs. It has sturdy stakes, double-wall material, and a roomy interior for your sleeping bag and other supplies. If you don't want to sleep outside, you can spend the night in this durable structure.
14. Glow-in-the-dark running armbands, so you can stay safe during your a.m. or p.m. running workouts. These bands easily slide onto your arms and help make you more visible when it's early in the morning or late at night.
15. A portable blanket that'll protect your butt from sand and muddy debris on your outdoor adventure. Perfect for the beach, picnics, and camping, this handy accessory is comfy to sit on and will keep your clothes from getting dirty.
16. Anti-blister balm, because if you're ~on your feet~ in the great outdoors you won't want to deal with oozing or redness. This formula will feel really soothing on your heels and toes, especially if you're wearing hiking boots or sandals for long periods of time.
17. A headlamp flashlight to use on your run or night walk after the sun goes down. You can customize the fit, switch brightness modes, and enjoy 45 hours of battery life. The dark won't be a problem with this tiny gadget.
18. Compression socks, because you'll want to keep leg swelling at bay and run comfortably for long periods of time outdoors. They're also made with a breathable material to prevent moisture from getting in the way of your sweat session.
19. A personal water filtration system you might want to carry if you get thirsty on hikes. This portable tool can attach to your water bottle and removes gross bacteria and microplastics from your H2O source.
20. A double hammock that screams relaxation and will keep you (and a camping buddy) comfortable above ground (buh-bye sleeping bags). Fasten it between two trees, climb in, and read or sleep your heart out.
21. A portable first aid kit, so you'll be prepared for impromptu cuts, and bug bites during your nature retreat. Bandages, tweezers, and strip wound closures are a handful of the supplies you'll get in this compact pouch.
22. A sporty swim top with quick-drying fabric and a supportive shape for beach days. You won't feel sweaty or have to bring multiple outfits if you want to go for a run or play volleyball after you chill by the water.
23. A relaxed baseball cap that'll shield your face from the sun and complete your hiking uniform. No more awkward tan lines around your chin, forehead, and cheeks.
24. A water-repellent jacket, because you won't want a surprise drizzle to end your trail hike or walk around the neighborhood. With a hood and moisture-wicking material, you'll be dry *and* sweat-free.
25. A compact multi-tool that'll easily fit in your pocket and let you tackle minor inconveniences like a pro. Whether you need to trim paracord or cut open a can of food at your campsite, this lil' gadget could be a big help.
26. A SPF 30 sunscreen, so you can enjoy time outside and not have to deal with white streaks, greasiness, or burns. This formula is super lightweight, free from parabens, and will help protect your skin from dark spots.
27. A moisture-wicking tank top for summer workouts that'll go with all your activewear. With a sporty fit and a mesh back, you can crush your activity and not have sweat dripping down your bod.
28. A pair of printed bike shorts that'll look really good with a crop top, T-shirt, or sports bra and stay in place, even if you're running or hiking. No more bunching, riding, or sweating in leggings when it's way too hot outside.
29. A portable charger, because you need to keep your smartphone and tablet powered up while you're camping. This handy power bank easily fits in a backpack and provides more than enough battery time, even if you're in the wilderness. You won't have to worry about a dead device again.
30. A pair of running sneakers that'll literally feel like pillows on your feet while you're jogging on a sidewalk or running up a hill. If your current workout shoes are giving you blisters and making your heels ache, it may be time to switch to these.
31. A stainless-steel tumbler, so your beverages can stay chilled and not get warm on your outdoor adventures. It has a cute print and comes with a carabiner to clip to your backpack.
32. A personal water filter, because you're always running out of safe drinking water on hikes. This compact device will remove 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria from lake and river water, so you don't have to sip dirty H2O if you're dehydrated.
33. And a cooler that doubles up as a backpack and will have more than enough room to fit sandwiches, fruit, and more picnic eats. Your food will be nice and cold for a couple of hours, even if it's a really hot day.
You, spending time outdoors with all the supplies you need:
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