A-Frame Tent

From the design-driven outdoor brand The Get Out, this A-frame tent is a retro-leaning, customizable tent with modern, thoughtful upgrades. Featuring two doors and a mesh inner flap for stargazing, it’s constructed from waterproof, 210D ripstop polyester oxford fabric. It’s roomy enough to fit a king-sized mattress and quickly collapses into a lightweight duffle. With 24 different base and fly color combinations, it brings self-expression …

Pourigami Coffee Maker

Available on Kickstarter now, MiiR’s Pourigami pour-over system is a carry-able coffee maker that doesn’t succumb to the constraints of instant coffee alternatives or clunky camping presses. Three sleek slats of stainless steel (in black, stainless steel or white) interlock and form a nest for coffee filters. The system weighs just four ounces and, when unassembled, packs flat. Testing it out at this year’s Outdoor …

Interview: Dana Gleason of Mystery Ranch

"When what you do actually matters for a large group of people you respect, it's so addictive."

Dana Gleason, the designer behind self-titled backpack label Dana Design—a brand that ruled the outdoor pack market during the ’90s—has always found solid ground in individuality. Mystery Ranch, founded in 2000, is his second label alongside long-time business partner Renee Sippel-Baker. Though the brand was founded nearly two decades ago, its more recently-acquired popularity in the mainstream market seemed to unfurl quite suddenly. Mystery Ranch began …