Scout / Camping
This might just look like your average tent but it’s also a clever water collection tool. The tent fabric features built-in grooves that funnel rain water or dew into a reservoir with a convenient tap. The water can then be used for a variety of purposes from cleaning and cooking to filtering for consumption. With the Water-Collecting Tent, campers can rest assure they’ll never be without at a least a little H2O!
Easy to clean, fun to use, and viable for big groups, the Skottle may quickly become a camp kitchen staple. Originally popularized in Africa, the large wok-like disc known as a Skottle was traditionally used straight over a fire. Overland gear company TemboTusk adds the convenience of gas canister cooking to its portable model.