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The Perfect Stocking Stuffers for Outdoor Enthusiasts

Stocking stuffers should be the easiest Christmas gifts, right? (I mean, no wrapping needed.) Even so, we always forget to fill them until the big day. This year we’re determined to gather all of the gifts the week before Christmas (okay, at least the day before). If you enjoy the same struggle as we do, here’s a list of our top 5 stocking stuffers for your favorite outdoor enthusiasts! 


Rumpl Blanket

If your family likes to adventure out into the cold, Rumpl down blankets are going to be their best friend. They’re perfect for wrapping up in while watching the sunrise or for cozying around a fire under the stars. Bonus, the travel-size blankets fit perfectly in any stocking!


Grayl Water Purifier 

For the people in our lives who hike every chance they get, you have to add the Grayl Water Purifier to their stocking. The entire contraption weighs just over 10 ounces when empty and purifies 16 ounces of water at a time. Perfect for day hikes or backpacking trips! While you’re waiting for the snow to thaw, try testing out the purifier (we’re running out of quarantine activities!).


Hiking Socks

Outdoor enthusiasts are notorious for putting a lot of wear on their socks. Lucky for them, Darn Tough socks are known for outlasting multiple adventure seasons.  Like magic, their socks dry fast, keep your toes warm in the winter and cool in the summer. What’s not to like? 



You don’t want your family and friends to venture outside without light. These BioLite Headlamps are just what the outdoor enthusiast needs, super light, comfortable, and rechargeable through USB. Did we mention the fun colors? 


Washawaze Dissolving Soap Sheets

We’ve all spent the night in a tent with someone who is a little stinky after a long day of hiking and biking, so why not give each other Washawaze Dissolving Soap Sheets? They fit into every pack and with minimal packaging make for the easiest packin-packout soap! Cheers to staying fresh while hitting the trails!

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