5 top gear picks for outdoor adventures from the Overland Expo
The recent Overland Expo in Loveland showcased all the new gear that makes it easier to adventure into the mountains.
Details: Here are John's top five picks from the event — including three from Colorado companies.
2) Outdoor Element Firebiner: This Englewood-based company's carabiner is a multitool that also includes a fire starter for lighting camp stoves or survival situations. From $14.95
- Also check out the company's webbing to organize gear and a novel "omni-tensil" for eating on the move. Price varies.
4) Dirtbox Kitchen box: This Denver-area manufacturer makes an entire camp kitchen — complete with burners, sink, table and storage — that packs into a single box. It's not cheap but it is packable and easy to transport with wheels included. $845
5) Camp Chef oven: If you want to bring the comforts of home to the backcountry, this will do the trick: a two burner cooktop with a propane-powered oven that gets to 400°. Campsite cooking will never be the same. $329
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