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I have used the Timberline 3XT tent for camping numerous times. It is durable, fairly easy to set up and has plenty of room for 2 adults or 1 adult & 2 small children.

I have used this Gerber knife a lot while camping & while hunting. It is a good sturdy knife that is easy to sharpen & holds an edge very well.

I have used this Crazy Creek chair numerous times. It is fairly comfortable. It has good back support that has good adjustment but the seat could have more padding.

The Crocs Classic shoes are very comfortable but also provide good support. They are good for around a campsite as they have thick bottoms so that sharp objects won't come through them to cut your feet.

This Coleman stove is very reliable and easy to use. It is really well built which makes it a little bit heavier than most stoves.

The MSR Whisperlite Stove is very light weight and takes up very little room. It is well built, sturdy and it is easy to connect fuel bottles and use.

The Stearns General Purpose Life Vests are fairly comfortable and work well for recreational kayaking or canoeing. I have used them for both.

This clamp on light works fairly well on any size boat as an emergency light. It is fairly well built and easy to clamp onto most areas of a kayak or canoe.

I have an older Pur Scout water filter that I have used on camping trips. It is really easy to use and filters a quart of water in minutes.

I used the Old Town Vapor 10 on a lake in the Black Hills of South Dakota this summer. It is a single layer polyethylene kayak. It performed well in the water. It was relatively stable & tracked very well considering it was a very windy day. The only disappointment was the seat back adjustment system. It was hard to adjust & the rope that held the back broke because the system that secured the rope caused it to be frayed & eventually break. Overall a light, good performing kayak with need for an improved back adjustment/secure system.