Fall 2021 Land & Lifestyle Trends

Our snapshot of the latest goods, gear and more for land aficionados.
1
Moosepacks – Custom Handlebar Bag

MoosePacks’ mission is to offer customers the highest quality solutions for everyday adventures. To reduce material waste, their handmade handlebar bag was designed using scrap fabrics from larger bags. With five durable gear hooks on the front for accessory attachments such as lights, it is water-resistant and has a low-key whistle on the end of the zipper pull which adds function and style. Made in the U.S.A. MoosePacks.com

2
Barebones Living – Forest Lantern

This vintage-inspired lantern creates a seamless, warm ambiance whether you're camping in the wild or entertaining in the backyard and beyond. Functionality meets classic design with a simple on/off/dimmer button, rechargeable micro USB and durable stamped steel exterior. Set the mood. BarebonesLiving.com

3
The Dyrt

However you camp—in a tent, trailer, RV or cabin—The Dyrt is committed to helping you have the best camping experiences possible. Here, you’ll find resources and connections to the most active camping community in the world. TheDyrt.com

4
Outdoor Fellow Candles

Bring in the outdoors. These handcrafted candles, made in the U.S.A., bring the scents of nature to your home. Whether it’s a walk on your favorite trail, a cozy fireside evening or sipping a cocktail on the beach, Outdoor Fellow captures moments in nature and brings them to your home. Outdoor Fellow candles are poured in 11-ounce rocks glasses. Once your candle is finished, thoroughly clean the jar and pour in your favorite drink! OutdoorFellow.com

5
Orvis – Marshmallow Roasters

When not just any stick will do for that gathering of eager marshmallow connoisseurs by the campfire, this stainless steel tree branch roasting fork cooks up to 10 marshmallows at a time! Unique artistic design mimics flowing branchlike tines. It has an eco-friendly, quality sheesham wooden handle for easy reaching and roasting when things heat up. Orvis.com

6
Bradley Mountain – Over Land Eau De Parfum

Introducing Bradley Mountain's newest creation: Over Land Eau De Parfum. Mixed and bottled in the Bradley Mountain Workshop in San Diego, California, the unisex fragrance has notes of sage, teak wood, palo santo and clove, using natural essential oils. Bradley Mountain's products are built for the adventurous life. BradleyMountain.com

7
The Man Behind The Maps

Featuring over 200 ski resort trail maps hand-painted by one legendary artist, this beautiful 292-page hardcover coffee table book is the first and definitive compilation of the art created by James Niehues during his 30-year career. This project was born out of Niehues' desire to chronicle his life's work. The book includes background on trail map making, Niehues' career and incredible impact on the industry, as well as nearly 200 ski resorts. Its full-color, timeless design provides an art book that will look great in your home or your favorite ski cabin. JamesNiehues.com

8
Tactica M.020

The Tactica M.020 is a compact and lightweight camping tool card built to help around the campsite. Use it as a rope tensioner, tent peg puller and rope cutter without missing a beat. Never worry about forgetting your matches again—the M.020's ferro rod will get a fire going in no time. Other features include a sundial, pry-bar, bottle opener, saw, flat screwdriver, ruler and can opener. TacticaGear.com

9
Maroon Bell Outdoor – Buffalo Leather Gloves

Rugged enough for the open road, authentic enough for your adventurous lifestyle, this one-of-a-kind leather glove has the grit to transform its classic design into a usable everyday staple for years to come. MaroonBell.com

10
Readywares – Firewood Log Carrier

The Firewood Carrier by Readywares is constructed using a high-quality 20-ounce waxed canvas that provides added protection against liquids while giving the log carrier a timeless look. Cotton/poly webbing is sewn around the entire carrier for added strength, with the handles being stitched for added comfort. The simple and timeless design looks great in any home or cabin. Readywares.com

11
Whiskey Leatherworks – Bradford Bifold Fly Wallet

This fly wallet has three large 3.5"x7" slots and two smaller 3"x3.5" slots perfect for storing leaders, tippets, etc. The natural shearling wool has a low nap which holds flies securely but still allows them to be removed easily. Handcrafted in the U.S.A., each wallet is individually traced, cut and stitched, making this an accessory built for a lifetime. WhiskeyLeatherworks.com

12
Cheyenne Mallo Pottery

Pottery duo Cheyenne Mallo and Zac Schiff of Cheyenne Mallo Pottery create functional, handmade pottery and tiles that feature topographic map designs of hiking trails, mountains and rivers. Made in Olivebridge, New York, their pottery is made using food-safe glazes, and most pieces are microwave and dishwasher safe. CheyenneMallo.com

13
Helinox

Helinox has brought comfort outdoors by designing premium packable furniture and accessories so that you can be at home, anywhere. They believe furniture is meant to travel, so they’ve designed theirs to be portable, durable and beautiful as well as comfortable. That means you can relax when you’re backpacking deep in the woods, sitting on an urban rooftop, lounging at the beach, car camping or simply hanging out in the backyard. So lightweight and compact, you’ll want to bring your own chair to any adventure or gathering. Helinox.com

14
Campfire Stories: Tales from America's National Parks

This Parks Project favorite is filled with park tales from around the country gathered by Dave and Ilyssa Kyu. Campfire Stories brings together tales about our national parks; some are by well-known writers such as John Muir, Bill Bryson and Terry Tempest Williams, while others are from pioneer diaries or have been passed down through generations of indigenous peoples. Campfire Stories focuses on these six iconic national parks: Acadia, Great Smoky Mountains, Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone, Yosemite and Zion. ParksProject.us

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