Beyond Limits on Foot Outdoor Gear Guide – My Top 25 Picks

Beyond Limits on Foot Outdoor Gear Guide – My 25 Top Picks

Are you stuck trying to figure out that gift for your better half, your friend or you family member who loves those outdoor things like camping, hiking or backpacking? Beyond Limits on Foot Outdoor Gear Guide will help with those lines that you hate standing in. Instead, put those feet up, crack that cork and pour yourself a glass of wine while you shop for your loved ones.

The recommended retailers are sure to drop your shopping stress level as some options such as easy returns and free shipping are available.

#1
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America The Beautiful – The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass

>>that pass you buy for someone that regularly goes to National Parks.

Cost: $80.00
Where can I buy? USGS.
Perks: Free entrance to the following: Forest Service, the National Park Service, etc. 100% of proceeds supports the National Park System’s improvement of visitor recreation services.


#2
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GSI Outdoors Halulite Microdualist Cookset

>>that cooking set you buy for a backpacker than likes to cook

Cost: $54.95
Where can I buy? GSI Outdoors and REI
Perks: Lightweight (18 oz), includes quite a mix of items that person can pick and choose to take.


#3
Eno Hammock with Suspension System

>>that hammock you buy to enjoy the outdoors from a different perspective.

Cost: $59.95 (hammock); $29.95 (Suspension System)
Where can I buy? REI: hammock, suspension system
Perks: Lightweight, compact. You even don’t have to sit on the floor, can use it even in your backyard, at the beach between a couple palm trees.


#4
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Jetboil Flash Cooking System

>>that item you buy because I said so, no to be honest it’s a great invention for backpackers

Cost: $99.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Boils water quickly, has it’s own igniter, if you keep it in your car you can make coffee or a hot chocolate anytime.


#5
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Stanley Happy Hour 4x System

>>that item you buy for the next time you’ll go camping with the person you are buying it for, you’ll get to be a part of the happy hour

Cost: $49.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Stainless steal, means its long lasting and won’t rust. Can be used camping or indoors. Compact, all packs up into one small package; makes it easy to take on a trip and even a day hike.


#6
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MPOWERD Luci Lux Inflatable Solar Lantern

>>that light you buy so you don’t have to use a bright headlamp in a tent while camping/backpacking

Cost: $19.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Solar operated, put it out in the sun during the day and use it by night. Lightweight and inflatable, easy to pack into your travel bag/backpack.


#7
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Jetboil Coffee Press

>>that extra you buy for a person who already has a jetboil

Cost: $14.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Lightweight (1 oz). Coffee in the wilderness.


#8
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Roasting Forks

>>that addition you take on a camping trip to enjoy some marshmellows and hot dogs

Cost: $12.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Collapsible, easy to put away and stow. Extendable, extends 42 inc. so you can sit away from the fire and not get burnt. Heat-resistant wood handle, makes it comfortable to hold the handle instead of propping it on a rock.


#9
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GSI Outdoors Gourmet Kitchen Set 11

>>that kitchen set you buy for the outdoors to not have to take all your nice things from the kitchen

Cost: $39.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Lightweight, this kit is an easy one to pack up and take on the trail as it only weight 18 oz. Condiments and Spice holders included, you don’t have to carry all your spices out of your kitchen, just fill these up with what you need.


#10
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Snow Peak Titanium Single 450 Cup and lid

>>that thing you buy because feeling fancy in the backcountry should be a thing

Cost: $29.95 (Cup), $4.95 (Lid)
Where can I buy? REI: Cup, Lid
Perks: Lightweight, easy to pack into your backpack. Use straight on the stove, you can put the cup straight on your stove to warm up anything.


#11
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Biolite Wood Burning CampStove Bundle

>>that camping stove you buy so you grill, cook and charge without the use of fuel

Cost: $199.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: You can do just about anything w the use of wood to make it work.


#12
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Sea to Summit Aeros Pillow Premium

>>that pillow you buy because you’re sick of using your backpack or clothes

Cost: $46.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Lightweight and compact. Inflates quickly, it only takes a couple breaths to fill the pillow up with air.


#13
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Therm-a-rest Compack Chair Kit

>>that extra you buy for someone who spends time in the backcountry and has a therm-a-rest mat

Cost: $46.95-69.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Lightweight and compact. Inflates quickly, it only takes a couple breaths to fill the pillow up with air.


#14
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Goal Zero Nomad 7M Solar Panel

>>that solar help you’ve been looking for to charge your electronics in the backcountry

Cost: $80.00
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Charges cell phones, smart phones, gps and ipod/mp3 players. Space saver and lightweight, doesn’t take up much space in the pack when folded up and only weights 13 oz.


#15
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Cotopaxi Luzon Del Dia 18L Pack

>>that perfect daypack that can be used for day hikes if that’s your thing

Cost: $49.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Comfortable, the shoulder straps are mesh and do not bother you on a longer day hike. Lightweight, it feels almost like nothing is on your back due to it’s 11 oz. weight. Size, large enough to fit many different things for a day hike. Hydration sleeve included, can fit up to 3L hydration bladder.


#16
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Hydroflask

>>that water bottle that keeps drinks hot or cold

Cost: $29.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Keeps drinks hot up to 6 hours and cold up to 24 hours. Won’t burn your fingers if you put a hot drink inside of it.


#17
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Katadyne Filter

>>that water filter you take on all your backpacking trips

Cost: $94.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Type of pump: lever, much easier to pump the water than a push and pull. Nalgene bottle can be attached.


#18
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DeLorme InReach

>>that electronic item that you wouldn’t mind taking on outdoor adventures with you to make those around you worry less

Cost: $379.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Pairs with your mobile device on a contract-free month-to-month plan (annual is available as well). Able to share route online ahead of time for family and friends to follow along if they want. Can send and receive messages with a plan. Lightweight it’s 6.7 ounces.

#19
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CampOven Coleman

>>that camp kitchen item you buy for a person who loves to bake

Cost: $25.62
Where can I buy? Amazon
Perks: It’s an oven, bake anything you want while camping with a Coleman Stove. Thermometer on the outside. Adjustable rack.


#20
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LifeStraw Water Filter

>>that water filter that’s compact and lightweight and perfect for a backpacker

Cost: $19.95
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Ultra lightweight and compact, only weighs 2 oz. Contains no chemicals.


#21
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REI Flex Lite Chair

>>that lightweight chair you can take for a shorter backpacking trip

Cost: $79.50
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Easy to set up and easy to stow away.


#22
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REI Flex Lite Table

>>that lightweight table you take camping with you

Cost: $99.50
Where can I buy? REI
Perks: Easy to set up and easy to stow away.


#23-#25
Gu Energy Chews, Gu Hydration Tablets, Honey Stinger Energy Waffle

>>those energy givers you take for those crazy hikes you planned

Cost: $99.50
Where can I buy? REI: Energy Chews, Hydration Tablets, Energy Waffle
Perks: Gives you energy.

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