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31 Outdoorsy Gifts That Are So Practical They'll Thank You For Making Them A Master Camper

Expect cool gadgets and accessories for anyone who considers themselves "outdoorsy by nature."

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1. A lightweight water-resistant backpack that can carry all their outdoor essentials without weighing them down. Exterior pockets make it convenient to grab those typically hard-to-find items; and when they're not using it, they can store it away in a teeny, sandwich-sized carrier.

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Made of water- and tear-resistant nylon material, and reinforced in more than 28 places.

Promising review: "I took this on a hike today and it worked out great. Fit a water bottle on each side, carried a hiking book, reading glasses, cellphone, husband's extra shirt, my wallet, and keys. It was still comfortable and not heavy, and I am a petite person. The straps are comfortable and not too far apart. I was worried about that because of my size. I appreciate that there are tabs by the zippers so that you can pull the zippers while holding the bag taut." —neanderthalgirl

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $16.99 (available in 12 colors).

2. A camping hammock to make them the envy of every other hiker who didn't think to bring along such a useful (and fun) outdoor accessory. With super-strong straps, they can hang out attached to a car or lay back while swaying beneath the trees.

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Includes two high-strength carabiners and ropes with unique strap design that have a breaking strength of 1,000 pounds!

Promising review: "I camp about once a month during the summer and putting up and taking down the eight-person tent for me and my dog is getting tedious. One of my buddies has one of these hammocks and brought it camping. So I decided, why not try it? It's amazing, didn't even set up my tent. Threw in the ole sleeping bag, no pillow needed. Dog between my legs. Slept GREAT, no aches. It's fantastic, wish I could give it 10 stars. Also make sure you purchase the XL hammock straps. They make setup super easy. I'm thinking about getting a stand so I can set it up at home." —Amazon Customer

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $16.99+ (and available in six colors).

3. A lightweight, super-soft microfiber towel so they can dry off quickly and feel comfortable if they're out on their first multiday excursion. Plus, its antimicrobial treatment repels any funky odors that may build up over time.

The blue botanical printed Packtowl towel
Backcountry

Promising review: "I wasn't sold on buying a travel/camping towel, but this was so so handy for Colorado hiking, swimming, and camping. Plus, it packs small and the zippered pouch is large enough to stash a few other gear items. (As a bonus, it's also great for drying wavy/curly hair without frizz.)" —Jennifer M.

Shipping Info: Economy, standard, two-business-, and next-business-day shipping are all available. 

Get it from Backcountry for $8.89+ (available in hand, body, and beach sizes; and in six colors).

4. A veritably versatile Yeti insulated mug with over 40,000 reviews that boast its ability to keep coffee, soup, and even oatmeal so warm that they'll have to blow before taking a sip (or bite).

A black Yeti Rambler mug
amazon.com

It even comes with a lid and is dishwasher safe!

Promising review: "This is a high-quality rambler. It feels sturdy and made for the outdoors. I’m confident that if I drop it that it won’t get damaged. Keeps my coffee warm for a long time as well. The inside metal is basically nonstick too, so easy to wash." —Riyard

Shipping Info: Standard shipping is available and usually ships within three to four days (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $36.49+ (available in 12 colors).

5. A top-rated Patagonia pullover they'll probably want to live in from the moment they unwrap it. Packed with durable Synchilla fleece (that insulates even when wet) and retro-inspired details, they'll feel as cozy as can be while also holding the title as Most Stylish Camper onsite.

REI

Promising review: "This is the softest Synchilla I have ever seen! The lightweight option is great for times when you want to feel cozy without getting too warm! I bought this as a Christmas gift for my mother... she’ll be lucky if I don’t steal it before Christmas rolls around!" —REI Customer

Shipping Info: Free standard shipping on minimum orders of $50. Order by 9 a.m. PT, Dec. 17 to get it there by Christmas Day. Expedited one-to-two-day shipping also available at an additional cost.

Get it from REI for $119 (available in sizes XS–XL and six colors).

6. A DoohicKey multitool that even Bear Grylls would be happy to find in his stocking because there's not much this iddy-biddy gadget can't do, think: wrench, ruler, box cutter, bottle opener, carabiner, AND flathead screwdriver.

reviewer holding the tiny tool in their palm
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Promising review: "This thing is just too good for the price. It’s cheap, light, and well built. I bought one in each color and like them both. The bottle opener works well, and it’s good for a flat screwdriver, thinking camera mount screws here. But the pièce de résistance is that the edge of the flat end is just sharp enough to open taped boxes. I’ve got on my keychain and have never had an issue getting through TSA checkpoints, which is more than I can say for some of my small pocketknives or multitools. I will definitely do a few of these for stocking stuffers." —Jeff Sloane

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $4.95.

7. A foldable campsite chair that's under $15 — and has a place for them to rest their arms and a bev after they're done building their first bragworthy fire.

Blue foldable chair
Walmart

Promising review: "Bought two of these chairs. They are much sturdier than I expected, for the price. They are perfect for camping!" —JSBJSB

Shipping Info: Two-day shipping is available on thousands of items (most items sold and shipped by Walmart directly qualify for two-day delivery) as well as next-day delivery, which is available in qualifying ZIP codes. In-store pickup is offered depending on your location.

Get it from Walmart for $10.87.

8. A water filtration straw to save them from lugging around a load of water for long periods of time. This will lighten their pack on remote trips and allow them to miraculously wet their whistle with clear, filtered water!

Reviewer bending over a creek using the straw in the water
amazon.com

This filters up to 1,000 liters of contaminated water without iodine, chlorine, or other chemicals and doesn't require batteries or any other moving parts! It removes a minimum 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria, 99.9% of waterborne protozoan parasites, and filters to 0.2 microns; plus, it surpasses EPA filter standards.

Promising review: "I frequently hike and camp in the backcountry all over the United States. Carrying the amount of water that I need to survive during these trips is just not feasible due to the weight. I recently took a LifeStraw out for a test on a backcountry hike in the Rocky Mountains. Every stream, lake, or other water source that I came across, I stopped for a drink. I was drinking fresh snowmelt and also from lakes that are home to beavers and other wildlife. There was no added taste to the water and I didn't get sick during or after the trip. The one drawback to the LifeStraw is that it does take a bit of suction to start and keep the water flowing. When you're at high altitudes in the mountains this leads to longer 'drink breaks' because you can get winded pretty easy while trying to suck up water through the LifeStraw. However, its size and weight advantages when hiking mountainous terrain vastly outweigh this minor drawback." —Charlie

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $17.47 (available in two colors).

9. A waterproof solar-powered lantern that's powered by sunlight to illuminate their campsite nights. It can charge their phone AND it floats, so they'll have ample light to guide them through the evening.

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Promising review: "It was perfect for my son’s hiking through the Appalachian Trail. Lightweight enough to add to his limited weight for carrying supplies in his backpack. It provides a bright light and charges phones and it was the only light he needed. I bought several more for future camping trips. It is waterproof and floats." —Becky

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $24.99+.

10. A Carhartt cuffed beanie adored by over 90,000 reviewers who would probably all agree that it's the perfect gift to get a-head of imminent temperature drops.

reviewer wearing the brown beanie
amazon.com

Promising review: "This is my favorite winter cap. I have camped and hiked in sub freezing temps and it keeps me warm. It is comfortable to wear and looks great. It is well made and feel that it will last quite a long time. Very pleased with how this looks and performs. All for a very reasonable price." —Zach W.

Shipping info: Free standard shipping is available, and usually ships within five days (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $33.33.

11. A water- and sand-proof Bluetooth speaker featuring none other than a bottle opener at the back! So no matter where they decide to set up camp, they'll feel totally prepared for anything while playing their "Great Outdoors" Spotify playlist.

Bespoke Post

This little thing is compact enough to slip into their pocket, shockproof, and has a five-hour runtime so they can queue up a *bunch* of songs without fear of it dying out.

Shipping Info: Standard shipping in the lower 48 states takes three to eight business days and you can upgrade your ship method when checking out. The expected delivery date for upgraded ship methods will be listed during checkout.

Get it from Bespoke Post for $30 (available in two colors).

12. A sleeping pad to give ~sleeping under the stars~ a whole new comfortable meaning. This is made of thick, heavy-duty material they can pitch up just about anywhere to catch some restorative Z's.

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Promising review: "I’ve now gone on four camping trips since I’ve purchased this pad and have enjoyed it each time. I use it on my cot and didn’t want to lug around one of the big bulky cot pads. I also wanted something small and lightweight for backpacking trips. This pad is easy to use and a bonus is that the bag it comes with is big enough to easily put the pad back in. But still small enough to not take up much room in a pack. I definitely recommend this for anyone looking for a light weight and comfortable sleeping pad." —Tom M.

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $39.95.

13. A breathable cotton face mask with adjustable ear loops and a wire nose fixture. So they can stay safe and take the necessary precautions comfortably if they find themselves in a populated park.

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These fetching face coverings are made from repurposed dual-layered fabric. Cotopaxi creates sustainably designed outdoor gear that fuels both adventure and global change. And for each mask you purchase, they give another high-quality mask to someone who needs it through their nonprofit partner, Mercy Corps. We love to see it!

Type Of Fit: Adjustable ear loops and accordion pleats that adjust to your face shape

Pocket For Filter: No

Fabric Type: 100% tightly woven cotton, and includes two layers of fabric (its lightweight material is similar to the weight of a dress shirt)

Promising review: "Masks are the norm now, and these masks provide great coverage and are comfortable for long-term use. I highly recommend for comfort and ability to talk while wearing." —Jlynn

Shipping Info: Free shipping, ground shipping, and economy shipping are offered and the last day to order to get it by Christmas Eve is Wednesday, Dec. 8 by 3 p.m. MST. Three- and two-day shipping is also available as well as overnight.

Get it from Cotopaxi for $13.

14. Bendable Luminoodle LED lights that will illuminate and adapt to any outdoor activity. It even has magnets so it can attach to their vehicle if car camping is more their style.

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Promising review: "These lights provide a ton of light for nighttime camping. I strung them outside of our tent and they provided plenty of light for several hours, for two nights, without needing to be recharged. They may last longer, I just didn't need to use them another night. If you keep them rolled up in the bag, they work as a bright lantern. The bulbs are in a thick plastic tube so you don't have to worry about breaking them as easily as regular small bulbs would break. I've bought three of them because they work great." —Reg

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $17.49+ (available in two sizes, in color, and with or without a battery pack).

15. A Camelbak hydration pack complete with pockets along the belt so they can easily access their essentials, aka snacks, and a 2-liter reservoir to — of course — ensure they never go thirsty while they're trailing up a mountain for five-plus hours.

The teal blue backpack
Backcountry

Promising review: "This is a good pack for short hikes, boat rides, or whatever else. Two liters is just about what you need without being too heavy. Pretty good fit, enough room for a full bladder, a very light layer, and a snack or two. Overall satisfied with my purchase." —Backcountry Customer

Shipping Info: Economy, standard, two-business-, and next-business-day shipping are all available. 

Get it from Backcountry for $84.95.

16. Collapsible cooking essentials with 10(!) cookware pieces for the most convenient way to whip up breakfast, lunch, or dinner on the go.

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This cookware mess kit includes: an aluminum nonstick pot, pot cover, nonstick pan, two bowls, a folding stainless steel spork, soup spoon, wooden spoon spatula, a cleaning sponge, and a drawstring travel pouch, oh my!

Promising review: "Amazingly cheap camping cookware set! I found this set to be great for one to two people when camping or backpacking. It has everything you need to boil water and cook meals in a pot and also it was perfect for cooking up to three eggs with veggies in the frying pan. No stick and the spatula worked great as well. Still can't believe how cheap it was compared to most GSI cook sets that are close to $100." —D

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $18.69+ (available in three sizes).

17. Rechargeable hand warmers that double up as a charging bank for their phone, so they can save their body temp and battery from dropping.

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Promising review: "This product is great. I moved to Baltimore for school and last winter I was freezing; my fingers felt like ice sticks. But thankfully for this product so far it’s been much more bearable. The second best part is that this is also a power bank. There’s nothing like warming your hands and charging your phone at the same time!! Thank you to the creator of this product." —Yosef Chaim Noorani

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $26.99+ (available in eight colors).

18. A camping cookbook filled with easy-to-follow recipes — because they shouldn't have to forgo eating a delicious-tasting meal, even if they're out in the wilderness.

the book
Target

Shipping Info: Free two-day shipping on thousands of qualifying items when you spend $35 or use your Red Card. In-store pickup is offered depending on your location.

Get it from Target for $17.45 or Bookshop for $20.24 (to support local bookstores).

19. A pocket-size travel blanket with built-in ground stakes(!) so they can securely take a seat wherever, whenever they want to breathe in their ~alluring~ surroundings.

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This is made of water-, puncture-, and tear-resistant fabric with a satin fabric finish on top to prevent sticking to skin. Comfortable and protects from twigs, rocks, dirt, water, sand, and insects. Folds open to 63"x44".

Promising review: "This is my second pocket blanket from Matador. I upgraded to this one because of the stakes, and it is a game changer. The older blanket was great, but between the high winds and my crazy pups, the blanket would never stay laid out for very long. I took this blanket out to Zilker Park for the first time this weekend. We were there all day and the blanket stayed flat the whole time. AND two strangers commented on the uniqueness of the blanket/stake design. Will definitely be recommending this blanket to all my outdoors friends." —Amazon Customer

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $35.99 (available in three colors).

20. A portable espresso maker if they're a fan of the ~finer~ things and absolutely have to have a mini shot of caffeine to get their day going.

Amazon

Promising review: "I wanted something small to travel with and to take along on camping trips. After shopping around for a while I found the Nanopresso and I have to say this thing fits the bill. I have had this for almost a month now and love it! The ease of use, size, and flavor you get out of this small gizmo is absolutely amazing. Yes, it is not an actual full-fledged espresso machine that you can have in your kitchen or from a coffee shop; but to have something this small produce what it does is fantastic. If you are an outdoors/traveling type of person and love having some espresso in the morning and don't want to go somewhere to pay for it, this will not disappoint!" —Anubis

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $69.80.

21. Some splurge-worthy trekking poles for anyone who's looking to ~level up~ their hikes. Featuring ergonomic cork grips that wick sweat and straps for added security, reviewers note how these adjustable gems lessen the pressure placed on their ankles and knees.

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Promising review: "I have used trekking poles for many years, both with and without a pack. They allow me to work my upper body and also to reduce the load on hips, knees and ankles. I have used Black Diamond poles for most of that time. The Trail Ergo model continues to do its job well. Easy to adjust, cork handles are a must. Will last for years and keep me safe." —REI Customer

Shipping Info: Free standard shipping on minimum orders of $50. Order by 9 a.m. PT, Dec. 17 to get it there by Christmas Day. Expedited one-to-two-day shipping also available at an additional cost.

Get them from REI for $139.95.

22. An 11-piece cooking utensil organizer for the foodie who wouldn't DARE to go on a trip without their kitchenware.

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This is equipped with a nonslip chopping board, knives (with covers), scissors, a spatula, steak fork, ladle, tongs, and even spice shakers — all bundled in a super-cute travel case!

Promising review: "I love this set. I attend a lot of camping fests and I cook most meals and this is the perfect set to have. The knife was sharp and all the utensils were perfect. It's not too large so it doesn't take up a lot of space but the utensils are a comfortable size for actual use (no awkward mini spatula or knife) the bottle opener was a bonus we didn't even realize we needed." —N. Testa

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $32.99.

23. A set of playing cards so they can keep themselves occupied in the evenings and fuel their inspiration for their next national park adventure.

The pack of playing cards with one card showing an illustrated image of the Grand Canyon National Park
LanternPressArtwork/Etsy

These printed playing cards are available in virtually every National Park!

Lantern Press Artwork is a small business that started out in 2007 by illustrating national parks, lighthouses, cityscapes, and more. Each piece is carefully drawn digitally and printed on the highest-quality presses the industry offers. They not only offer playing cards but also stickers, puzzles, towels, and so much more!

Shipping Info: Free shipping is available and orders typically ship within six to eight days.

Get it from LanternPressArtwork on Etsy for $11.99.

24. A pack of moisture-wicking hiking socks with added cushion, so they can step out and standout comfortably while climbing to the outlook. Sayonara, boring-colored footwear!

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Promising review: "Bought these socks with some trepidation due to the pricing...but, as the saying go, you get what you pay for. STOP BUYING CHEAP SOCKS. GET THESE!!! Hiked through rainforests, cliffs, sandy beaches, rocky beaches, manicured boardwalks, and even came home and worked in them (I cook for a living), and these are the best socks ever! The fit is perfect, the material is supportive, comfortable, and warm enough. I have inserts in my hiking shoes that make my feet slip slightly when using nylon socks. I had no slippage with these on. Seriously, one of the best. I do wish they came in more than three colors BUT I am just being picky. Will definitely buy again." —Timothy R Mercado

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get a pack of two from Amazon for $13.99+ (also available in packs of four).

25. A rechargeable clip-on fan because it can get *reeeal* stuffy in those tents — they'll be thanking you for the gift of good air circulation. It even emits light, so they can read a few pages of their book before heading off to dreamtown.

A olive colored fan hanging from a hook
amazon.com

Promising review: "This is the perfect product to cool you off when you don't have access to electricity. In my case I used this on my camping trip at Burlingame campground in Rhode Island. The mechanical design aloud me to easily hang it off the inside top of my tent and the dual swivel construction made it easy to direct the airflow. The compact lightweight size makes it easy to transport and store in a camping bin while taking up minimal space. It has a noticeable humming noise when on but I see that as a white noise positive to help drown out loud neighbors in the campground." —Marc Ouellette

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in three colors).

26. A paracord bracelet to set them up for survival if they're ready to take casual camping trips to the next level. In one handy accessory they'll have a fire starter, reliable compass, loud emergency whistle, emergency knife, AND 12 feet of military-grade paracord(!!).

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Promising review: "Bought these as gifts for my son in law and two grandsons. They like to go deep woods backpacking. I think they're going to like them. Someone is always forgetting something...like matches when they go. Am hoping this helps them, especially the fire starter. Will know after Christmas morning. I think they're going to get a lot of use out of them." —Cindy Schrader

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get a pack of two from Amazon for $12.99.

27. A stylish sun-shielding five-panel hat to commemorate their newfound devotion to national parks. Plus, it's the perfect conversation starter for making equally outdoorsy friends... So how about those rock formations? they'll say.

models wearing the blue "Defend Our Parks" hats
Parks Project

Parks Project is a small apparel and accessories business that donates a portion of every sale to various park conservancies. So by buying this hat you'll actually be supporting the preservation of national parks!

Shipping info: Standard shipping is available and you can expect your order in two to eight days. At checkout, you will have the option to choose express shipping for an additional cost.

Get it from Parks Project for $36.

28. A waterproof phone pouch for built in reassurance the next time they find themselves hiking through a creek and want to take that Instaworthy shot.

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Promising review: "We go water skiing, fishing, boating, camping on freshwater lake every summer. Used this to keep my phone, wallet, keys dry when I'm boarding our ski boat or Jet Ski, works nearly perfectly." —Ryan Customer

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in nine colors).

29. A Coleman big-and-tall sleeping bag that has a 30-degree-Fahrenheit rating so if they're desperate for the great outdoors come the winter months, they'll feel comfortable and insulated from head to toe.

Grey and black sleeping bag
Target

Promising review: "I’m a picky person. For one, it’s definitely not as compact, but the price comparison is fantastic. I was car camping and it got to below 35 degrees and this sleeping bag saved my life. So warm and so comfy. I am 5'6" and I was able to completely cover my entire body for warmth. I always read reviews before purchasing and felt this 'less-fancy' sleeping bag was perfect for what I needed it for." —Abby

Shipping Info:

Get it from Target for $33.99.

30. Salomon Mid 3 Aero hiking boots for a supportive pair of shoes that will securely take them through rocky terrain, no sweat. And these are less clunky than the regular outdoorsy shoe (I mean their name is short for aerodynamic) so they won't have to worry about carrying extra weight on their walk.

Reviewer wearing the boots with a snowy mountain in the background
amazon.com

Promising review: "I have used these for a year now and they still are amazing. They have held up great, are still just as comfortable as they were the first time I wore them. I go to the mountains a lot and literally live in them for 15+ hours a day!" —Patty

Shipping info: Available on Amazon Prime with two-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get them from Amazon for $129.95+ (available in women's sizes 5–12).

31. A Coleman gas camping stove so they won't have to worry about foraging for food outside of the campsite. This portable cooker comes with two adjustable heat settings and wind blockers to ensure their grub is shielded from the conditions.

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Promising review: "Camping lunches are commonly sandwiches and dinners are skewered over the campfire. But, breakfast? That's when you need some coffee and some substantial food to propel you into the day. That's where this little stove shines. Pot of water for your french press coffee? Check. Two-skillet omelet station couple with pre-cracked eggs and precooked meat and veggies? You're cooking in just a couple minutes. I don't want to build a fire in the morning. Not until I have some coffee in me. We love our little Coleman Camp Stove!" —chadrico

Shipping Info: Available on Amazon Prime, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

Get it from Amazon for $43.99.

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