1. A bug repellant spray to give your outdoorsy fabrics an insect-warding shield that lasts for six weeks and through repeat washings.
This spray is meant for clothing, tents, backpacks, etc. and shouldn't be applied directly to your skin. It won't stain or distress clothing, and you won't be able to sweat it out! Plus, you can use it on your dog, to protect them from fleas and ticks for up to 35 days.
Promising review: "I hike with a wonderful lunatic who thinks nothing of taking shortcuts through waist-deep, flowing, prickling, itching grass, and other places pretty much deemed tick central. I sprayed this stuff on my pack, pair of leggings, and hiking boots, two weeks prior to my hike (everything but the tank top I was wearing). When it came time to exit tick land, all my hiking guys had ticks on them; one pulled about seven off his legs. I had NOT ONE. I'm beyond impressed with this stuff." —Tammy
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May 8, 2022
Outdoor Life: Do You Really Need a Water Filter for Backpacking and Mountain Hunting?
Fresh drinking water is essential. This water filtration system ensures you will never run out as long as there is a nearby natural water source. It can filter out bacteria, protozoa and microplastics.
Faster and more efficient than pumping or waiting for chemical treatments, the Sawyer Squeeze System offers on-the-go hydration at a good flow. This product is long-lasting, affordable, reliable, cleanable, and very user-friendly.
But Sawyer was way ahead of me — 15 years ahead, to be precise. In 2008, the brand started its Clean Water for All initiative, which provides Sawyer filters to developing countries around the world. And the company spends 90% of its profits funding it.