Cool Holiday Gift Guide Shopping Ideas for Outdoor Gear Enthusiasts
Do you have outdoor gear enthusiasts on your holiday shopping list, and you don’t know what outdoor gear would make them happy. Don’t worry. If they love “outdoor gear” they are easy to please. We’ve made it easy for you by picking a short list of “must have” gifts for any budget.
Outdoor Gear Gifts under $25
DMT – 6″ DiaSharp Sharpening Stone Fine – The stone offers a continuous surface and is excellent for honing small and pointed tools fast for any outdoor gear enthusiast. The diamond cuts quickly with flatness endured constant angle and precision edges that will not hollow or groove over the life of the stone Find this outdoor gear here
16 DLU Safari Compass – Never lets your outdoor gear sportsman get lost in the dark. The Safari Compass offers 2° graduations with a declination scale. Measurement in both Inch and mm scales and includes a lanyard. It also has luminous points so not to get lost on those dark nights. Find this outdoor gear here
Berlin Gloves – Deerskin Glove – This outdoor gear is pre stitched with a glove liner of soft insulation, Gore-Tex glove insert: waterproof, windproof, breathable, PTFE membrane heat sealed for complete protection from water and wind. These gloves provided unparalleled comfort and protection from the elements. Find this outdoor gear here Outdoor Gear Gifts from $25 – $100
Cascade Gaiters – These are terrific gaiters for ski touring or mountaineering. They are waterproof with breathable upper and lower 1000D with full lining. Any outdoor gear enthusiast would love the elastic at the heel which allows for a more contoured fit and greater ability for adjustment. Find this outdoor gear here
Big Basin Sleeping Bags – Keep them warm in the cold elements with these extreme outdoor gear sleeping bags with a temperature rating down to 0°F. The bag is large at 39″ x 92″ with extra duty fill of 68oz.Coletherm™ stuffing and a cover/liner of 210T nylon/poly-cotton. Find this outdoor gear here
Browning – Upland Hydro Game Pack – The game pack includes a two-liter bladder with a bite me valve and polyester canvas fabric. It has double front pockets with easy to tuck-in flaps and a large rear game bag. It is perfect for any hunter in need of outdoor gear for the hunting season. Find this outdoor gear here
Outdoor Gear Gifts over $100
Garmin CF Que 1620 – This Garmin Global Positioning System provides detailed mapping with auto-routing & voice guidance for any outdoor gear enthusiast. It is an integrated GPS with antenna & a CompactFlash® interface. The 12 parallel channel GPS receiver continuously tracks up to 12 satellites to show accurate location. It is compatible with most Pocket PC platforms with a CF interface. It will plug into any standard Type 1 CompactFlash® slot and it comes with Maps & a Que application which are stored within a 68MB Flash memory. Find this outdoor gear here
SOS SB Avalanche Beacon – This avalanche beacon is top quality and heavily dependable and has the added function of locating a snowmobile which can be a life saving function that should be included in any outdoor gear you take along with you in the mountains. The SLED BUG attaches to the wiring harness on a snowmobile and its transmitter is located in the same fashion as a normal search, except that you use the SB channel of the beacon. Find this outdoor gear here
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Chris Maley is in charge of marketing and development for CenterCube, Inc. and has done in-depth research on top consumer outdoor gear products for 2009.
Written by: Chris Maley