Top Outdoor Gear for the Ideal Social Distancing Summer

Published on April 19, 2020

Spring is in full swing and summer is on its way! That means it’s time to upgrade your outdoor gear. We may be social distancing, but is there a better way to social distance than exploring the great outdoors? We think not. Here is the latest gear that you should consider for your next outdoor excursion.

Therm-A-Rest Compressible Pillow

Created with the comfort-seeking camper in mind, the Therm-A-Rest Compressible Pillow will make you forget about your bed while you snooze in your tent. With a number of sizes and colors available, you can find the perfect pillow to accompany you on your outdoor journey. $25-35

Windmaster Stove

Cooking a hot, delicious meal can be a tough task when travelling outdoors. Thanks to the Soto Windmaster, which can boil two cups of water in less than 2.5 minutes and was designed to be used even in windy weather, that meal is easier to cook than ever. $65

Eno Skyloft

Allowing you to switch between “Sleep” and “Relax” mode, the Eno Skyloft lets you customize your post-hike experience. Easy to set up and pack up alike, the SkyLoft will feel as at home in your backyard as it will on your next camping trip. $130

Gossamer Gear Gorilla 40

The ideal combination of durability and lightness, the Gossamer Gear Gorilla 40 is the perfect backpack for veteran hiker and trail newcomer alike. Allowing you to pack your gear without an uncomfortable hike, this pack will travel every mile with you. $215

LaCrosse Alpha Range Boots

Combining ZXT rubber for durability with an Active-Fit design for comfort, the Alpha Range boots from LaCrosse have the strength to stand up to any job you throw at them. Coming in a number of colors and designs, these boots get the job done and look good doing it. $120-160

Aeros Ultralight Pillow

The Aeros Ultralight Pillow truly lives up to its name, with the Regular size weighing in at only 2.1 oz. Taking only seconds to inflate and deflate, this pillow lets you get back to your outdoor adventures in a snap. $40-45

Rumpl Nanoloft Puffy Blanket

Composed of recycled materials in order to provide a synthetic alternative to down, the Nanoloft Puffy Blanket is a temperature-conscious blanket that’s conscious of the environment. With eye-catching designs such as Fire Fade and Winter Horizon, these blankets will give your camping trip some additional warmth and flare. $150

Sawyer Micro Squeeze Water Filtration System

Reusable and easy to travel with, the Sawyer Micro Squeeze Filter will help you get clean drinking water with ease. Helping you stay hydrated and healthy, the Sawyer Micro Squeeze Filter belongs in any adventurer’s backpack. $28

Corsa Ice Axe

Known as the lightest ice axe around, the Corsa Ice Axe will help you traverse the frozen tundra without weighing you down. Ideal for high altitude climbing and ski mountaineering, the Corsa Ice Axe will be a bright spot on your coldest adventures. $120


Allowing you to clean your clothes on the go, Laundreez lets you refresh your wardrobe without feeding quarters into the laundromat’s machines. Environmentally conscious and easy to use, Laundreez is the portable laundry system for the constant traveler. $30

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