For the second installment of our gift guide, we take you into the wilds.
Whether it’s the wilds of your city or the wilderness, encourage the people in your life to get off the beaten path and find solace in the company of nature and close friends with these gifts.
Little Alexander‘s beautiful notebooks will give you ample opportunity to keep track of all the great places you visit. Pick from lined, gridded or blank sheets for any of your creative needs.
Topo Designs climbing rope camera strap will help to make sure that your camera is ready to go when that photo opportunity presents itself.
The Sanborn Canoe Company makes exsquistely beautiful paddles, but we love their Enamel Field Pot for it’s use on the river or in the woods. It’s a beautiful upgrade of a classic utilitarian object.
The GRAYL water filter makes carrying loads of water a thing of the past. This makes it easy to stay hydrated on the fly. Lightweight, quick and simple there are no excuses to leave this at home.
If you’ve been fly fishing for decades or never at all, tenkara might be just the thing to get your streamside fix. These telescoping rods have a single length of line and simplify fishing to it’s essence. Taking you back to being a child on a creek. Tenkara USA offers a wide selection of kits and parts, as well as great information, to get started.
If you’ve already got the tenkara rod, Patagonia has a beautiful limited edition version of its tenkara gospel, Simple Fly Fishing. Complete with a silk-screened box and prints of wild trout this gift is for the fireside. Paired well with a scotch and a cigar.