Lafuma Low Elips Arm Chair lafumalowelips_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $89.95
This stylish folding chair weighs 6.2 pounds, has a five-position backrest adjustment, a steel frame, offers lumbar support, and ergonomic shaped armrests. Chair material is canvas with reinforced stitching.

GSI Outdoors Wine Tote-Grenache gsioutdoorswinetote_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $29.95
We felt it was about time the basic hydration pack took on a new level of sophistication, and this season we got exactly what we wanted in this Wine Tote-Grenache, which allowed us to sneak off with a tidy 750 ml of our favorite Cab or Shiraz while headed to the stream.

Hilleberg Anjan 3 GT Tent hilleberganjan3gt_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $755
Designed for camping in warmer, snow-free temperatures, the Anjan 3 is a lightweight tent perfect for staying mobile while hopping from stream to stream as you chase the fish during the Alaska summer.

REI Siesta +35 Double Sleeping Bag REIsiestabag_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $114.93
Providing warmth and comfort for two happy campers, the REI Siesta brings the comforts of home to the campsite. During summer trips in warmer temperatures, we enjoyed having this bag along for couple trips to the river.

Kelty Cosmic 0 Degree Sleeping Bag keltycosmicbag_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $114.95
Built to perform on cold nights without breaking the bank, the Cosmic 0 Degree mummy bag provides a high degree of warmth, comfort and durability.  After a season’s testing, including some very chilly fall nights, we have no complaints with this versatile bag.

Big Agnes Women’s Lithia Spring SL 15 bigagneslithiaspring_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $349.95 to $379.95
Big Agnes built this sleeping bag for the adventuring woman, and in Alaska, our ladies fit that mold. It’s a technical bag that is warm, light and comfortable.

Jetboil Sumo Cooking System jetboilsumo_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $129.95
We enjoyed this system, which is comprised of a Jetboil Sol burner and Sumo cup. It’s a convenient and effective system for backcountry cooking and comes in at a lean 16 ounces.



GSI Outdoors Halulite Ketalist gsioutdoorshalulite_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $34.95
Here’s your integrated wilderness cooking solution, which offers the capacity of an ultra-light one-liter boiler in the easy-to-pour profile of a tea kettle, as well as a unique bowl plus mug solution. When space and weight is a concern, this is a must-have.

Lodge Four-Quart Camp Dutch Oven lodgelogicdutchoven_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $69
Looking for a pot that does it all, we put this Dutch oven to the test in 2013 and were more than pleased with the results. The flanged lid holds hot coals and inverts for use as a griddle, making it even more handy to have afield.

Kelty Basecamp Kitchen keltybasecampkitchen_thumb.jpg
MSRP: $184.95
We enjoyed using this product during RV trips throughout Alaska in 2013. We could see it being used at a fishing or hunting base camp. It provides space for food prep, as well as a platform for your stove and ample storage for supplies.