The Intervine 2021 Holiday Gift Guide for Outdoor Lover In Your Life

November 08, 2021

The Intervine 2021 Holiday Gift Guide for Outdoor Lover In Your Life

It is hard to believe but, like it or not, we are all riding the Polar Express straight into the holiday season. And because we know how quickly this trip goes—one minute you’re pulling out of Halloween station and the next thing you know you’re arriving at Christmas morning—we thought there’s no better time than right now to share with you our 2021 holiday gift guide which highlights 5 of our favorite accessories that the outdoorsperson in your life is sure to love.

Let’s get started!

Lightweight Merino Wool Buff, $29

If you’re thinking the use of this wool buff is limited to cooler weather, think again. While Merino wool is insulative, it’s also moisture wicking and breathable, making it perfect for warmer and cooler season. And it can be worn in a variety of ways, including a headband, neck gaiter, mask, and scarf.

Set of Carabiner Clips, $34

Any seasoned outdoor person knows the value of a good carabiner when you’re out in the backcountry. These handy clips can be used as pulleys, a lock for your ice chest, and to increase the carrying capacity of your pack.

It’s always nice knowing you’ve bought a gift for someone that they’ll actually use…and this 6-pack of clips certainly falls into that category.

Internova 1700 Monster LED Camping Lantern, currently ON SALE $39

You cannot underestimate the value of a really good lantern, and this beauty certainly fits the bill.

Whether you are hiking the Himalayas or camping on the Colorado River, this monster is built to take on anything the outdoors can dish out. Lightweight and portable, the 1700 offers four different lighting modes (including a red LED stargazing/SOS mode) and is guaranteed to get you through even the darkest night.

This rugged light source is currently marked down from $59 to $39…so if you’re looking to get the biggest bang for your buck, look no further.

Waterproof Deck of Cards, $6

Don’t overlook this gift option because of the price. Time and again we’ve been told by hikers, campers, and kayakers alike that this deck of waterproof playing cards is the single best gift they’ve ever received.

Think about all the times you’ve been stuck in a drippy tent with nothing to pass the time. The state of the weather becomes a non-issue when you have this ingenious set in your pack. And, at only $6, it makes a great stocking stuffer.

Halo 180 Rechargeable Tent & Camping Lantern, $20

Outdoor enthusiasts love a good tent lamp.  Especially when it's rechargeable. And even more so when it's got a magnetic base with 5 different modes and a spring loaded hook to boot!

This mighty little lanterns is also one of the BEST possible gifts to get a kid. Ours still use it to read under the blankets or simply keep by their bedside!

And there you have it—five fantastic, outdoorsy gifts that the hiker or camper in your life will go nuts over! May these gift ideas inspire you and yours to get out into the great wide open as often as possible this holiday season.

Happy Holidays from your friends at Intervene!

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