Gear N Garb

Published online: Apr 05, 2020 Articles, East Idaho Outdoors
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Bikes roll on asphalt and dirt. Boats motor on rivers and lakes. Rain flies double as raincoats. Socks turn into mittens. Outdoor gear is often assigned non-traditional chores, sometimes out of desperation. Other times for convenience. Equipment with dual-purpose potential means you pack less for your next road trip leaving more space for friends and/or family to join you. Here are four new dual-purpose products to add to your packing list. Pack them once, use them more than once. 

 

Tenalach Night & Day Frisknock Game

$129.99

tenalach.com

The cool thing about this game is its night plus day potential. Set up the pins in camp and knock them down with the disc after breakfast. Set it up again after the sun goes down and repeat the playoff. The game pieces glow in the dark. 

 

Camp Chef Stryker 200 Multi-Fuel Stove

$130

campchef.com

This backpacking stove cooks with propane or butane. Burner and insulated pot are one piece. And stop kicking yourself for forgetting a lighter. The Stryker has built-in ignition. Measurement markings and mesh carry-bag included. 

 

GCI Outdoor Pod Rocker Chair

$55

gcioutdoor.com

Sit solo in this chair or rock that restless baby to sleep by the campfire. Steel frame easily unfolds and stands solid on reinforced feet for stability in dirt. Includes vented back panel, cup holder and side pocket. 

 

Yeti Silo 6G Water Cooler 

$299.99

yeti.com

Construction sites, campgrounds, tailgates. This is the water cooler to gather around. The Silo insulation works as effectively as the already reliable Yeti coolers. In fact, this is a cooler. It just offers additional purpose with one minor improvement. There’s a spigot attached for pouring. Holds 6 gallons. Easy to drain and clean. 

 

5.11 Atlas Jacket

$89.49

511tactical.com

A lightweight, water-repellent, outer layer for ladies wanting length and a bit of wiggle room. Hip and chest pockets plus easy pass-through pouch for women carrying a concealed weapon. Shoulder velcro patch for badges doubles as a fishing hook holder.

 

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