Ok, I don't have GTFO products yet, but until then here is a curated collection of outdoors gear to ensure you have a delightful excursion! Jump to section: Back to Top
I've only ever shot Nikon and now with their Z series mirrorless there's no reason to shoot anything else.
Peak Design's capture clip revolutionized hiking with a camera. I use it as a support for my Garmin Virb and will be getting the binocular adapter soon too.
Great price-point, not too heavy, super secure for your DSLR.
The Fenix 5x Plus is the ultimate adventure watch: GPS, altimeter, heart rate, pulse O2 sensing, Garmin pay, holds music, and more! Download routes or create them on the fly as you use activity tracking.
Adventure with confidence with 2-way text communication, live shareable tracking, and great mapping content. Or if you don't need much screen, go with the mini.
Sure, you could get a GoPro, but does it come standard with GPS tracking to tell you how much air you caught jumping your bike or skis, or does it pair with your heart rate monitor to tell you the rush you got...and then share that in the video?!?
I've used the same set of these sticks for over 4 years and they're still going strong. Twice across the Grand Canyon, three times down Havasupai Falls, and over 75 miles in the back country of the Kachina Peaks Wilderness. You can't beat this quality to price ratio.
The ultralight movement is overrated for most backpackers. Sacrifice comfort for a huge cost? No thanks. Instead, shell out for this very carryable comfy seat so you can relax and watch the sunset. It even fits me and I'm huge!
I don't have this beanie, but I defy you to a merino beanie for less. What's to lose?!?
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The Raider Jacket is my favorite piece of hunting gear. I wore it daily on my elk hunt in the Kachina Peaks and with a wool shirt under and the windproof vest over, it kept me perfectly warm while moving. Perfect 5/7, definitely recommend.
Yes, $160 for pants is steep, but these are probably the only hunting pants you need. I wore them 7 days in a row and the only complaint I could manage was the pockets were too deep. Great range of motion scrambling over downed trees and climbing up scree.
If you need a good shell layer, this is the one to go with. Durable, comfortable, water repellant and wind proof.
Boots with the weight of flip flops and the security of an walking cast (disclaimer: hyperbole), while also featuring GoreTex and Vibram? Buy them.
If you're in a deer stand or a harsh environment the Alpine Ops gear is amazing. While I only have the pants, they keep me warm like nothing else. The jacket is on my wish list and I've ogled it enough at Sportsman's Warehouse to know it's compressible and has a generous cut so you can sit without getting breezy lower back.
Disregard the 1-star rating here, that's an anomaly...these pants are perfect.
Vortex optics are great and reasonably priced for the quality. My elk rifle is equipped with a Diamondback. Click through here to find the specs that fit your need.
Vortex also makes binos, but because I try to only plug things I use or have tried, I gotta show you the Zeiss binos which have great clarity.
Backpacks are super personal to your body size and need. Eberlestock is a good option, but click through and shop around.