With spring in full swing, here’s the best new gear for the outdoors

April is one of our favorite months to get outside – the weather is a little unpredictable, yes, but we haven’t stepped into the endless summer heat, and the cool spring breeze is always refreshing every time. as we come out of the tent.

Whether you’re hiking with man’s best friend, trying to find the perfect outdoor pant, or pulling the trigger on your new favorite gravel bike, this month’s new releases have us plan more outdoor excursions than ever before. Now we just have to figure out how to get the free time…

LifeStraw Peak Series Straw

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LifeStraw’s Peak Series Personal Water Filter Straw features a standard thread on the bottom for water bottle adaptability and a gravity hose connection for added versatility. It removes bacteria, parasites, microplastics, sand and silt, this straw comes in handy when you need it most and can even be used to drink directly from a water source. The Personal Water Filter Straw is made from high quality durable materials and weighs only 2 ounces, no backpack, pocket, emergency bag or glove box should be without it.

Price: $20

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Helinox coffee table and chair

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Calling all civilized campers – Helinox has just created a coffee chair and table for use in the wild, so you’ll never have to choose between good afternoon tea and camping again. Taller (and more upright) than Chair One, the Cafe Chair weighs 3 pounds and 2 ounces, has a capacity of 320 pounds, and works with any standard 28-inch table. The coffee table weighs 8 pounds 8 ounces, stores flat, and is easy to clean and store when not in use.

Price: $169.95 – $219.95

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Helly Hansen Odin 9 Worlds Infinity Shell Jacket

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As part of its Spring/Summer 2022 releases, Helly Hansen is offering several pieces with more responsible designs and technologies, including this jacket ready for the mountains. Featuring the brand’s fully waterproof/breathable Lifa Infinity technology (which uses no chemicals) as well as recycled fabric content and a PFC-free durable water-repellent treatment, the Odin 9 Worlds Infinity Jacket is a shell lightweight 3-layer that’s perfect for alpine adventures this spring.

Price: $550

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Dakine Mission Surf DLX Wet/Dry Pack 40L

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Surfing is somewhere, isn’t it? Now that travel is back, it’s time to invest in a rock-solid surf pack and chase the waves. Dakine’s new entry has a large storage space of 40 liters and an integrated compartment that prevents wet items from drying out. The seamless, wheeled wet/dry compartment can hold an extra-large 5/4/3 hooded wetsuit and booties, and for those of you who work on the go, there’s also a padded laptop sleeve . If you’re hungry for functionality, this bag has you covered: it has ergonomic padded shoulder straps, a fleece-lined pocket for sunglasses, a tarpaulin-lined pocket for fins and wax, and is made of part with recycled polyester.

Price: $175

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Cannondale Topstone Carbon 1 RLE

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Cannondale has made some huge upgrades to its Topstone Carbon gravel bike, and we’re having a hard time not salivating over our laptop. Designed for gravel riding and off-road exploration, the Topstone has been completely redesigned with improved geometry and suspension. Kingpin suspension, SmartSense radar (Cannondale’s intelligent lights and radar system), SRAM Force eTap 12-speed electronic groupset, FSA K-Wing AGX carbon bars and HollowGram G-SL 27 carbon wheels with 700x45c tires WTB Riddler power the all-new Topstone. If that’s too many acronyms for you, trust us: this thing is ready to rip.

Price: $7,800

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Myles Everyday All-Terrain Pants

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This spring, Myles introduced two new colourways for its Every Day Pant, the long-awaited response to customer requests for a longer version of the brand’s much-loved Everyday Short. Smoke and Storm were introduced this season to fill all the gaps in your functional and fashion-forward wardrobe.

Price: $128

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Sea to Summit Camp Kitchen Tool Kit

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When we think of camp kitchens, we often think of cooking and prepping half the equation, but what about cleaning? Our friends at Sea to Summit realized there was a gap in the camping kitchen market and filled it with their new tool kit, which includes empty leak-proof bottles for storing oils and condiments, a folding spatula and serving spoon, pot scourer, washcloth and kitchen towel. With this handy hanging kit, campers and travelers will never be stuck with a dirty camping kitchen again.

Price: $39.95

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Fore Winds Camping Stove

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Speaking of camp cooking, if you’re looking to replace a worn out and beloved stove, try Fore Winds for size. The sturdy little wonder features enamel-coated steel construction, a magnetically-locking gas canister, and a double windscreen that shields the cooking flame.

Price: $149.99

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Arc’teryx Veilance Allo Tee

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Yes, technically this is part of Arc’teryx Veilance’s new women’s SS22 line, but with its clean lines, minimal aesthetic, and technology like DWR and Polartec NeoShell, we can see the shirt on anyone with taste. and a penchant for the outdoors.

Price: $450

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Ruffwear Palisade Pack

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Our four-legged friends accompany us on all our adventures – maybe it’s time for them to carry a little load? Whether you’re turning your pooch into a hound or just love seeing him decked out in his own camp gear, Ruffwear’s redesigned Palisades Multi-Day Pack is sure to put a smile on your face. This season’s updates to the iconic bag include more breathability thanks to a perforated molded foam chassis, new fade-resistant materials, a new pannier stabilization system and a new storage pocket configuration.

Price: $159.95

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