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Double Circle Wood Gymnastic Rings
Exercise Equipment
Decided to get gymnastic rings for our home gym after trying it out in a hotel gym (out of all places). I immediately knew it's a required equipment. After researching, I found this ring, which is on the more expensive side. I tried it out, and ultimately decided that the strap system with clips was far easier to adjust than the ones I've seen in gyms. I've found that if I removed any barrier to my workouts, I'll benefit in the long run. It's been a great addition and I highly recommend to those who want the ultimate home gym.
GravityWorks 2.0L Water Filter
Water Filter
This is the water filter I've used for over 4 years and it's been one of the best backpacking purchases I've made. When you are hiking for hours, the last thing I want to do is pump water into a bottle. This just lets gravity do the work and it's incredibly fast. When camping with a group, this fills everyone's water bottle in minutes. Just can't beat the convenience and efficiency.
Revelation Sleeping Quilt
Sleeping Bag
I decided to make the switch from a traditional sleeping bag to a quilt to save weight and space in my backpacking bag. I've read great things about this company that makes all of their equipment in the U.S. so I was excited to support a great company making great products. The main issue people have with quilts is that it's colder than a sleeping bag, but after using it on countless trips I have not had that issue. It's saved me over a pound in weight, and it's far more versatile than a sleeping bag as it can be opened like a blanket. I even gave away my beloved sleeping bag.
Rubbermaid Configurations Closet Organizer Kit
This closet organizer has been the answer to our organizing nightmare. I share a small closet with my SO and before the organizer, all of our clothes would spill out into our room and organizing was always a daunting task. This organizer allowed us to separate our clothes into neat sections and it's versatile enough that if we need to change the layout, it's a breeze. It's a system that I will always recommend, regardless of closet size.
Sea to Summit Event Compression Dry Sack
Dry Sack
This dry sack is one of the most used camping gear I have. I've used it countless times as a stuff sack for clothes, sleeping gear, and even a hang bag for food. It's incredibly easy to use as you can squeeze the air after it's been closed. That simple mechanism is incredibly useful, especially after a long day of hiking. I've also used this as a bikepacking bag as the straps allowed me to easily strap it onto my bicycle handlebar. The waterproofing also ensured that I didn't have to worry about its content regardless of weather. Spend the extra to get this dry bag.
TREKOLOGY Inflatable Camping Pillow
Camping Pillow
Whenever I've gone backpacking, I always used a stuff sack to use as my pillow. I've never wanted to be the one bringing a pillow in the backcountry as that's the ultimate waste of weight for such a luxury item. Then I found this inflatable pillow for under $20 and I decided to give it a go. I've been converted. I'll always bring this along as it's incredibly light, doesn't shift around during the night, and it's cheap. As far as camping gear goes, this is one of my favorites.


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