Gear and Food for Outdoor Adventures

July 29, 2015

Compiled by OutdoorsNW Staff

 

Gear that promises comfort, ease and quality

Coleman
FyreChampion 3-in-1 Gladiator

A revolution for camping, glamping and tailgating! The Instastart™ push-button ignition offers matchless lighting and the sensitive adjustable knobs make it easier to manage temperature control for each burner. The Windblock™ pan supports and Hyperflame burner technology not only boils water faster but also easily accommodates two 12-inch pots simultaneously. Retail: $180

ExOfficio
Rain Logic Jacket

This lightweight rain jacket offers waterproof, seam-sealed and breathable construction. Underarm zip-venting provides breathability while the adjustable cuffs fit any arm length. The fabric allows for two-way mechanical stretch and the brim hood adjusts easily with a cinch cord. The jacket also features an interior four-pocket travel system and packs into the right-hand pocket for easy storage. Retail: $180

Eureka
SPERO 20 Mummy Bag

Weighing just less than 3.5 pounds, this bag’s synthetic insulation is over-lapped like roof shingles to provide a balance of comfort and warmth. The locking, two-way zipper allows for ventilation adjustment and the full-length insulated zipper draft tube defends against cold air intrusion from the anatomically-shaped hood down to the cozy bottom. Comes in 6-foot and 6.6-foot options. Retail: $130 – $140

Stay gluten-free in the outdoors

Good To-Go
Dehydrated camp meals

Good To-Go gourmet dehydrated meals are easy to make – just light the stove, tear the pouch open and add boiling water. By the time camp is set up and your camp shoes are on, these vegetarian gluten-free meals are ready to eat. Retail: single serving $5.75 – $6.75.

Order online: www.goodto-go.com

Dandies
Marshmallows

A vegan and gluten-free camper’s delight, these non-GMO gelatin- and gluten-free air-puffed marshmallows come in a classic vanilla flavor, are all natural and are made on dedicated vegan equipment in a peanut- and tree nut-free facility. They look, taste and burn to a crisp just like a traditional marshmallow. Retail: 10-ounce bag $4.

www.chicagoveganfoods.com

Vital Choice
Wild Caught Sockeye Salmon

Vital Choice Wild Seafood and Organics offers a variety of 3-ounce sealed foil pouches filled with fresh, delicious wild-caught sockeye salmon or albacore tuna. The packages are light enough to pack anywhere and thin enough to fit inside anything. Retail: 3-ounce pouch $6.50.

Sold exclusively online: www.vitalchoice.com

(See Jennifer’s recipe HERE which uses the Alder Smoked Sockeye Salmon.)