These 25 gifts from our Adventurer’s Holiday Gift Guide are perfect for the Adventurer in your life.
We wont judge if you’re looking at this Adventurer’s Holiday Gift Guide for yourself instead of your loved ones, in fact join the club. Checkout these 25 gift ideas for yourself, or the adventurer in your life.
This sweater made it all the way up Everest during the 1953 Edmund Hillary Expedition. Be prepared this winter and layer up with this classic wool sweater.
Find new trails and share your own too! This watch does it all, from navigation to weather trends, daylight times, and storm warnings.
The Ajna just might be the perfect backpack for camera wielding adventurers. With tons of room to stowe extra layers, and maximum protection for camera equipment, this bag means business.
Air permeable, water resistant and streamline design. This vest is a great light mid-layer for underneath your winter coat during commutes or as an effective running piece under a light shell.
They’re calling it the “gimbal killer” with super smooth 5 axis stabilization for the ultimate high action POV camera. We just took this bad boy out for a swim with killer whales in the arctic and we think it did a damn fine job. Watch the footage here.
Extended battery life, a 1″ Censor, hyper-smooth stabilization, hyperlapse mode. The new Mavic Pro is on every adventurers’ Christmas wish-list.
Don’t get stuck in the backcountry or on a ski hill without power. You never know when you’ll want some extra juice for you smart watches, phone, or even emergency equipment.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re skiing, chilling at the cabin, or just looking for extra warmth and cushion on your way to work, this wool sock from Darn Tough will take care of your feet this winter.
Don’t get left in the dark. With only 7 hours of daylight right now in Canada, There’s only so much you can do outside before it gets dark. Don’t let the winter solstice stop you from getting outside.
That’s right, 29 tools, at the flick of a wrist. You’re probably already imagining someone who would love this gift.
We get it, it’s cold outside, hot drinks are great. What about ice cold stout though, or winter brown ales? Shouldn’t these delicious beverages deserve the same attention and long lasting cold temps?
These boots are a work of art. Just look at them.
Outdoor photography will never be the same. A simple yet practical design that gives you immediate access to your camera so that you never have to miss a shot.
Don’t let bad things happen to good coffee, use an insulated french press to ensure your second cup is as great as your first.
It’s never a bad time to blast some tunes, in the backcountry or on a local ski hill.
Taking photos in the cold? These gloves solve every problem a cold weather photographer has ever faced.
This “stalking stuffer” is a Life Outside staff favourite.
Don’t ever worry about your adventurous loved ones again. This Garmin inReach will call in the reinforcements if things go sideways, keep “you and yours” connected, and with a new smaller size, there’s no excuse not to take it with you on all of your adventures.
The perfect gift for somebody who spends a lot of time waiting for baggage, and flights abroad.
For lazy days at home or at the cabin.
This is great for storing and accessing all of the photos and videos taken in the outdoors, quickly.
Lighter than carbon and tougher than diamond.
Save the planet from plastic, but also avoid using gross paper straws that don’t really work.
Snow and ice is no longer and excuse not to get your ass moving.
Solving a problem for runners around the world.
Who said Christmas shopping had to be tough? We’ve got you covered this holiday season! If you think there’s anything we missed on our Adventurer’s Holiday Gift Guide, or something you’d like to see on our list, drop us a line below.