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CamelBak MultiBev Bottle

Winner of the prestigious Red Dot award, MultiBev by CamelBak, is a two-in-one drinking vessel that offers a convenient and versatile solution for reducing disposable waste, simplifying your daily routine, and sharing beverages with friends. MultiBev is a water bottle with a detachable travel cup for portioning, sharing or using as an alternative to single-use vessels at coffee shops. The removable cup even gets its own lid, which is made of flexible, food-grade silicone. The main cap also hides a useful little compartment that is spacious enough to contain snacks, tea or a small wad of cash.



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PORTABLE BEER | BY PATS BACKCOUNTRY BEVERAGES | Image

PORTABLE BEER | BY PATS BACKCOUNTRY BEVERAGES

This has to be the best thing to ever happen to backpacking, an awesome little addition to your gear list, packable beer! When on distant adventures packing light is essential, and transporting beer is inconvenient, heavy and cumbersome, Pat´s Backcountry Beverages have developed a beer concentrate that can fit into a pocket, simply place it in the easy-to-use carbonation system and add water to deliver a complex, yet well-balanced, craft brew. You´ll h...
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FOLDEAT MODULAR LUNCHBOX

A redefining of the classic lunchbox, Foldeat is a modular lunchbox that unfolds into an eating mat. The portable dining kit has 15 unique features smartly integrated in an elegant, organized, and potentially game-changing solution. Foldeat includes several modular square containers (include a separator for easy portioning) that can be stacked up to four high depending on how much food you need on hand on any given day. There are also a dedicated liquid container wi...
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PAPAYA PLAYA PROJECT

Looking for a unique place to escape hectic city life? Look no further, check out the Papaya Playa Project in hippy-chic Tulum, Mexico, a magical retreat that lets you reconnect with nature. Dotted along a white-sandy beach and nestled in the jungle, is the setting for 99 cabanas, huts and shacks with a rustic charm and a uniquely sophisticated natural luxury. All are made using ecological and local materials such as bamboo and palapa-thatched roofs that complement ...
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