We found the best outdoor gifts under $100. From a travel keg to a camp couch, this gift guide has it all.
If you haven’t found the perfect gift for an outdoor-loving family member or significant other, look no further. We rounded up some of our favorite gear and filled this holiday guide with a bunch of great choices. Plus, everything costs $100 or less.
This is a great gift for beer-lovers, homebrewers, and fun-havers. The DrinkTanks Travel Keg keeps beer cold, fresh, carbonated, and always on tap. With double-wall insulation and premium stainless steel construction, you can rest assured that it’s a safe and durable vessel for your favorite brew.
Keep those toes toasty all winter long with the oh-so-cozy Ember Moc. They quickly became some of our favorite slippers. The “shoe-slippers” are perfect for campgrounds, backcountry huts, short hikes, casual nights out, road trips, flights, or a quick run to the store.
These wireless headphones are made for athletes. The bone-conduction technology delivers music through your cheekbones (crazy but true), which allows you to stay in tune with your surroundings. These are great for running, hitting the trails, or going hard at the gym.
The outdoorsman in your life needs a pair of the do-all Rydr Pants from KUHL. They’re durable, comfortable, and built to last. And the articulated knees and inseam gusset allows for full range of movement. There’s a reason these pants have a fanatic following: They work hard and look good.
Flylow Oven Mittens: $50
Everyone needs a good pair of mittens. These mitts keep hands warm and go on easily thanks to the stretch knit cuff. The pigskin leather is coated with Sno-Seal and triple baked to keep water out. If finger dexterity is important, check out the Flylow Ridge Gloves for the same price.
Whether road tripping, heading to the park for a concert, or hitting up the farmers market, this insulated tote is a must-have. It keeps contents cold for hours, cleans up easily, and has a 5-year warranty. Plus the full interior lining and welded seams mean spills stay put.
Kelty Low Loveseat: $100
Get ready for some serious campfire snuggling. One of the best camping chairs of 2019, this camp couch is plenty strong (even for two people) and can easily handle 600 pounds. And we like that the seat is slightly reclined for comfort.
Backpackers need a water filtration system. This gravity-fed filter makes getting clean water a breeze. It’s easy to set up, filters water quickly, and collapses so you hardly notice it in your pack. We’ve tested one for two summers now and have been impressed with its ease of use and speed.
Hydrolight Outdoor Gear came on the scene 2 years ago with an awesome solution to lighting up your tent while camping. Simply slide a headlamp or small flashlight into the waterproof zippered pocket, and the hydration bladder doubles as a lantern. The whole system weighs just 6.5 ounces (not including a headlamp), making it great for any adventure.
Looking for a gift for the bike commuter in your life? This rechargeable light will keep them safe on the road. It pumps out 180-degree beam of light and blasts 750 lumens. With several light patterns and a run time of 17 hours (on low), this light is a winner.
ENO SuperSub Hammock: $85
The ENO SuperSub offers up all the comfort of the beloved DoubleNest, but at half the weight. It dries quickly, packs down small, and sets up quickly. Ounce-conscious backpackers and campers will love it.
Keep the runner in your life going strong with these fan-favorite hydration vests. The 1.5-liter capacity is just enough to them hydrated, without any unwanted slosh. Stretch mesh pockets organize snacks and long run essentials.
This backpack is something skiers and snowboarders can agree on. The split compartments keep boots separate from everything else. And the padded compartment keeps your goggles and helmet safe.
REI Co-op 650 Down Jacket 2.0:
Down jackets bring joy to all. The price point, especially right now on sale, is tough to beat for an every day down puffy. It feels good, looks good, and the down is certified by the Responsible Down Standard. It’s a great jacket for the woods or work or anywhere in between.
Giro Semi Goggles: $80
Bring the stoke and get ready to shred. These goggles offer up a full range of vision paired with a low-profile design. They pair well with helmets and provide all-day eye protection. Available in a variety of lens colors to suit the conditions. These are great goggles for a reasonable price.