Do you have any thrill-seekers in your life? You know, the guy who likes to keep the stoke going all year long with adventure after adventure. Whether carving the first tracks on the mountain in the winter or ripping down single track in the summer, he’s got to have the gear to get things done. This stuff is it.
Boardworks Muse SUP ($1,149): We bring you the perfect SUP for the beginner or advanced paddler. At 32 inches wide, it offers stability in a variety of water conditions while the croc-skin deck pad keeps your feet comfortable for hours in the water.
Tactical Tomahawk - Polished - Clam Pack ($64): A hatchet is cool; a tactical tomahawk is badass. After all, you need a tool (cough, weapon) that is functional in the wilderness and offers protection from all that you could encounter out there.
Giant XtC Advanced+ ($2,800+): Sometimes, multiple personalities can be a good thing. This lightweight, composite hardtail mountain bike can be fitted with fat 27.5+ wheels for gnarly single-track escapes. Swap in 29-inch wheels for racing. Or switch to a single-speed set-up if you’re so inclined. We won’t judge.
Mountainsmith Morrison 2 ($180): This award-winning two-person tent is a must-have for any outdoorsman. It’s quick and easy to set up and will keep you protected from the elements, no matter what the season. It also conveniently packs away into your backpack for your next outdoor venture.
Yakima Showcase 20 Anthracite ($779): The Yakima showcase is a sleek and aerodynamic overhead bin that will fit easily on most crossovers and SUVs. It is also large enough to carry up to six snowboards, so you can drive to your destination in comfort with your gear securely tucked away overhead.
BioLite PizzaDome Bundle ($269.90): All that adventure can really work up an appetite. Just because you are camping doesn’t mean you have to settle for average camp fare. Cook up your own crispy gourmet pizza or calzone in the backcountry with this wood-fired oven.
Electric Road Glacier Sunglasses and Kit ($325): This one pair of sunglasses can adapt to every situation. They work well in the snow, at the beach or on the bike thanks to their interchangeable eye shields and arms that conveniently adjust to fit snugly on your head.
Oboz Big Sky Insulated BDry ($165): Don’t let the rugged looks of the Big Sky fool you. Slip into these comfortable, waterproof boots with ease and keep your feet warm and dry while you walk your dog, shovel your driveway or hit up the après ski scene.
Farm to Feet Cedar Falls Sock ($26): If Jon Snow had a signature pair of socks, this over-the-calf pair would be them. Extra thick, they’re designed for those long, cold hikes through a foot of snow. So whether you are hunting game or fighting off White Walkers, they’re a must.
Outdoor Research Skyward Jacket ($350): This jacket is designed specifically for changes in your body temperature during backcountry skiing. The Ascentshell technology keeps you equally comfortable when you’re sweating from skinning up the mountain and when you’re schussing back down.
MyPakage Premium Merino Wool First Layers ($110): Merino wool regulates your body temperature and keeps you warm, dry and smelling good after a day of activity. The key component, pun intended, is the keyhole technology that will make sure everything in man-land stays in place, no matter what crazy circumstances you find yourself in.
Sharkbanz 2 ($69): The new Sharkbanz 2 will give the surfer or avid beachgoer the peace of mind he needs. With higher magnetic strength than its predecessor, the new and improved, more durable band offers increased power to deter sharks.