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Save big this Labor Day on these outdoor essentials

The leaves are changing, the lattes are brewing and people are planning their final outdoor excursions before winter. Yep, fall is here and many people are upgrading their camping and hiking gear so they can take full advantage of this gorgeous season. Whether you need a new fire starter or are looking for a dependable thermal blanket, these Labor Day deals on Amazon are sure to enhance any camping trip.

  • Munk Pack Keto Granola Bar: $14.99 (Orig. $11.24)
  • Swiss Safe 5-in-1 Fire Starter: $14.99 (Orig. $17.24)
  • Electric Fly Swatter: $14.99 (Orig. $17.99)
  • Sawyer Products Mini Water Filtration System: $21.97 (Orig. $24.95)
  • Nuovoware Water Bottle Carrier Bag: $18.99 (Orig. $19.99)
  • Swiss Safe Emergency Mylar Thermal Blankets: $16.49 (Orig. $18.96)

These hiking supplies are a couple of steps ahead of the trail


Ditch the plastic bottles and take this high-performance water filtration system from Sawyer next time you go hiking. Sawyer’s system filters out clean drinking water from almost any source, including lakes, rivers and untrustworthy faucets. By removing 99.9999% of bacteria and protozoa like salmonella and E. coli, this product lets you focus on enjoying nature instead of what’s in your water.

An Amazon’s choice in camping and hiking water filters, this mini filtration system only weighs two ounces, making it easy to transport. It also includes a drinking straw that fits soundly into the system’s pouch.

Continue reading the full article written by Drew Oritz here.


October 5, 2023

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