21 Things That You Can Get On Sale At Bass Pro Shops That Reviewers Love
Because camping should be full of s'mores, not worries.
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1. A North Face Venture 2 jacket that will protect you from windchill during long hikes. This jacket is also waterproof, making it perfect for those who plan on trekking through rainforests.
2. A compact flashlight, because a flashlight is one of the *most* vital tools to have while camping. Luckily this one is lightweight, meaning you can easily pack it into your already-full backpack.
3. A portable infrared grill that'll cook up some amazing pieces of steak and veggies for dinner during your glamping trips.
4. A Cabela's cast-iron skillet, because there is no better vessel to cook your food in than a cast-iron skillet while camping. They're ideal because minimal cleaning is required — simply scrub your pan of any residue with salt, rub a smidge of oil onto your pan to season it, and you are good to go for your next intricate outdoor meal.
6. A portable generator, because although camping is a time to get away from technology, it's always a good idea to have a source of energy in case of emergencies. Consider this if you are going on a long-haul trip in your RV.
7. A Cabela's cast-iron camp oven to make some mean soups and stews while enjoying the scenery around you.
8. A heavy-duty duffle bag that'll hold all your toiletries, first aid kits, and extra socks you will surely need while camping. (Plus, this bag is a great weekend bag for when traveling opens back up again. Again, it's always great to be prepared.)
9. A pop-up canopy tent with awnings, because you can never have enough sun protection when you are out in nature all day camping! Plus, this tent works well to shelter you from the rain, so consider this a 2-in-1 product.
10. An LED headlamp to save you if your hiking excursion lasts well past sundown. I recently went hiking, and my worst nightmare happened: the sun had set while I was halfway down a canyon, and everything was pitch black. If I didn't have this handy gadget that shone light wherever I pointed my face, I don't know what I would have done.
11. A power bank that lasts for three full charges of your smartphone, making it the perfect amount of energy if you are spending a day or two hiking in the woods.
12. A JanSport backpack, because what is camping without a backpack to hold all your goods? This one wraps around your entire arms and waist, effectively distributing the weight of the pack so that it doesn't feel like you're lugging rocks on your way to the campsite.
13. A Mr. Heater portable propane heater to make sure that your toes are warm and cozy during cold weather camping trips.
14. An outdoor's lounge chair, because, sometimes, you just want to sit under a tree and relax for a few hours while camping. Why not have a seat that will provide you with neck support and hold your drink during this process?
15. A Frogg Toggs towel to help you cool off during long summer hikes. Simply wet this towel, and it will keep you literally chill for hours.
16. A water bottle that has a double filtration for when you're unsure if you should be drinking fresh water straight from a stream. Having a water filtering system while camping is of the utmost importance when you are hours away from civilization (making you hours away from proper plumbing and medical care if you accidentally drink water that makes your stomach upset).
17. A hammock to hang near the campfire so that you have a place to lounge if your resident chef is busy cooking up dinner for the group.
18. A long-range pistol-grip flashlight, that'll provide you with extra light during dark nights in the middle of the woods. This flashlight shines 1,000 lumens to about 678 meters for up to 3.75 hours, meaning that you won't have to worry about losing your way in the woods.
19. Redhead hiking boots with suede uppers that will form to the shape of your foot, providing comfort during long off-trail hikes. Plus, these shoes are 100% waterproof, so you'll never have to worry about wetting your toes if you accidentally step in a cold stream.
20. An LED lantern that'll provide you with light so you can happily curly up and read a book before bed.
21. And lastly, a bag of wood pellets to get the campfire cookout started. Simply add a handful or two of these pellets to your campfire, and it will flavor your fire for smoking meat or fish.
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