Types of Recreational Equipment to Start Investing in for Travel Next Year
If you’ve been avoiding travel because of the pandemic, 2021 may feel like the year to bust out. Keep an eye out for travel gear as you watch the sales. You may be able to get out and enjoy some new scenery while maintaining the right social distance as the pandemic wanes.
Collapsible Camping Tables
Treat yourself to quality storage in a tiny little container. A Camp Chef Sherpa Table offers those who love to get out in the woods an ideal spot to set up their stove and do some food prep.
If you’re headed to the beach and find the sand a bit too hard, treat yourself to a nylon inflatable couch that you can fill with fresh air off the water and lay back into for a nap. These inflatable chairs collapse down to nothing and make it very easy to stash a couple in your camping gear.
Make sure that your camping gear and vehicle have the best sun protection to avoid heat build-up when you’re on the road and damage when parked. If you don’t have access to RV storage, make sure you get tire covers to protect them from sun damage.
If you love to get off the grid but need a way to connect, invest in small solar panels, solar lights, and energy storage bricks. It may not be possible to charge your phone or tablet directly from a small solar panel, but finding a trickle charge brick that will then charge up your more power-hungry devices is fairly straightforward.
Get a solar shower with a kitchen sprayer for those hot days on the hiking trail. You can set your gear out in the sun before a long hike and come home to hot water to shower and clean up.
Get a Filtration Unit
If you really like to get out into primitive campsites, get a filtration unit you can hang. A rubberized bag with a filter unit at the bottom will serve both as a gravity fed water delivery tool and a device that can protect you from waterborne illnesses.
Whether you plan to hike through the mountains or walk on the cobblestones of a European city, you need good shoes and you need to break them in now. Look for a mesh hiker that has a low ankle collar and a sturdy rubber sole. Treat yourself to wicking socks that will keep your feet cool, dry and blister free.
Whether you want to sleep in a tent or a hotel in Paris, good gear will keep your body in good shape as you enjoy traveling again. Look for collapsible pieces that will suit your storage spaces.
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