“You can make a stove with nothing more than a Swiss Army Knife if necessary,” writes editor Steve Barlow. “But a can opener that leaves no sharp edges, a heavy duty hole punch set, tin snips, and long-nose pliers make the job easier.”
From outerwear to backpacks and even tents, brands are finding ways to reduce their environmental impact and produce products more sustainably. John Pangilinan rounds up the best new camping gear—including a sustainable tent, cooler, portable battery, hammock, and more.
Looking to change up your camp kitchen or add new items? Jerry Tsai picks this spring’s best new camp supplies. Not to be missed is the cooler backpack for when you want to bring your cold bevvies with you when you leave your rig behind.
The new release is Ansø and Vox’s simple yet beautiful take on the slipjoint, which may be the most universal pocketknife ever to exist. Discover why it’s a great option for your next casual-use EDC blade.
I Hooned A Can-Am Maverick In The Desert & It Was Like Having A Superpower
“Side-by-sides are already vehicles that can often skip and hop across terrain better than an off-road-oriented passenger vehicle,” writes Mercedes Streeter. “But when you give them long-travel suspension and more power than most motorcycles they become something else entirely.” [Jalopnik]