|Gerber Fit, $41
This compact, simple pocket tool may just be all you need while you’re traveling—it’s got a superbright LED light, an extra-long driver for reaching tight spots, and all the other components you’d want: a bottle opener, tweezers, fine and serrated blades, and scissors.
|Patagonia Black Hole Duffel 90L, $130
Waterproof fabric, sealed zips and seams, plus a padded bottom protect your gear from the rain and the brutality of baggage claim. Soft shoulder straps convert the bag to a backpack—and give you something to cling to in the event your plane goes down in the Pacific.
|Klean Kanteen Reflect, $33
The Refect is an extremely durable and simple 27-ounce bottle made from stainless steel and bamboo that any eco freak will approve. Go green and stay hydrated.
|Merrell Interlude, $200
Made from waterproof nylon, the Interlude packs four cargo pockets and a stowaway hood. It will keep you and your stuff dry on a hike but also folds down into a neck pillow. The best part? No one will know you own a neck pillow.
|New Balance MT915, $125
This trail running shoe is versatile enough for any training or outdoor adventure you can get yourself into. It’s got a sleek look and an aggressive low-profile design with plenty of shock-absorbing cushioning for a snug, comfortable fit.
|Kodak PlaySport Video Camera, $180
Don’t miss a frame. The PlaySport captures 1080p HD video and 5 MP stills, and it’s waterproof and shockproof—so there’s pretty much nowhere it can’t go. Click the share button and your video will upload straight to Facebook or YouTube.