A sub-1-pound summer weight quilt that can be used as a top blanket or hammock under quilt.
Simple, lightweight, and versatile.
Spices for those of us who want no fuss, no muss, and little weight
Lightest woven fabric dry sacks on the market today.
Mini alcohol stove that doesn't require a pot stand or priming.
Double wall two-person tent with two doors, two vestibules, easy setup, and interior pockets for organizing gear: all for just a shade over three pounds.
First look at the Jacks 'R' Better 8'x8' Square SilNyl Tarp.
A first look at a lightweight down quilt for saving weight on your 3-season sleep system.
Ultralight and ultra-tough, a ground cloth for the masses with a weight that appeals to the fringe.
A worthy successor to the long-missed Puffball: less than seven ounces and packs to the size of a (insert cliche here: grapefruit! softball! water bottle!).
Hallelujah! No fragile mantles! Good fuel efficiency and bright output make this a tempting gadget for winter camping.
Internal frame option, narrow profile, and ease of use are the hallmarks of this lighweight backpack.
A folding windscreen keeps this stove kit small but offers the power for boiling larger volumes of water.
A tiny stove well suited for backpackers that view pint sized cooking mugs as group cooking devices.
Rain shirt? Jacket? Who cares: It's 7 oz and has the ability to disappear in a corner of your pack.
Internal frame, enough volume for a long trek, and light weight = more appeal for traditional backpackers looking to "go light" without gettin' freaky about it.
Fuel miser and a SYSTEM (burner + wind screen + pot support) weight of less than an ounce...take notice.