8 Spring Camping Essentials from Huckberry

When spring and summer roll around, we always look forward to time in the great outdoors here at Coolector HQ and that means heading out into the wild in search of camping adventures. Well, it always pays to be properly prepared with the right camping kit. If you’re thinking of getting back into nature over the coming months, check out our pick of 8 spring camping essentials from the guys at Huckberry below:


Any outdoor camping adventure needs a robust and reliable pair of trousers and they don’t come much more hard-wearing than these awesome Proof Rover Pants ($98). This premium work pant style effortlessly combines durability with comfort and technical performance and the engineered fabric is ultra-durable, breathable, wicks moisture away from your skin, and stretches for improved range of motion. ($98)

Give’r 4 Season Glove w/ Wax Coating ($90)

Give’r 4-season gloves are heavy-duty, waterproof, insulated gloves which take their design inspiration from adventures down the road less travelled and the stories that you collect along the way. These bad boys are built to withstand anything, from grabbing a burning log out of a fire to ice fishing in -25 degrees. Perfect spring camping fodder. ($90)

Goshi Shower Towel ($15)

Keeping clean during your next camping trip just got a whole heap easier courtesy of this ace looking Goshi Exfoliating Shower Towel ($15) which is designed to make your skin feel softer and cleaner than ever. It uses a signature rip-resistant weave made up of two threads—a thinner thread for lather and a textured thread for scrubbing – and each one is made in the textile capital of Gunma, Japan. ($15)

Rigwa 1.5 Stainless Steel Insulated Bowl ($39.95)

There’s no shortage of insulated bowls on the market, but there’s only one Rigwa, because it’s the only one that comes with their patented self-sealing lid. Its innovative design lets you pile it high with food, put the lid on with the vent hole tab open, push down a little to push out the air, and then seal it up which creates a vacuum-sealed container that’s spill-proof, leakproof, and keeps your food hot or cold for hours on end when you’re on the go. ($39.95)

VSSL Java Handheld Coffee Grinder ($145)

This nearly unbreakable, packable hand coffee grinder built for outdoor use and will be an ideal addition to any coffee lover’s camping trips. The VSSL Java Handheld Coffee Grinder ($145) is crafted from tough aircraft-grade aluminium that stands up to hard use and the easy carry handle flips out when it’s time to grind and stows away when it’s time to move. ($145)

Nocs Provisions Standard Issue 8×25 Waterproof Binoculars ($89)

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Taking inspiration from the generation of explorers who relied on their binoculars to discover the unknown, Nocs Provisions are built for the modern explorer who carries on that spirit of exploration and curiosity. The Standard Issue Waterproof Binoculars ($89) are equipped with premium optics that are housed in a weatherproof and fog proof case, wrapped up in a rugged, non-slip grip that fits right in your pocket for easy access—because sometimes the most beautiful things we encounter on an adventure can be the most fleeting. ($89)

Solo Stove Bonfire – Portable Fire Pit + Stand ($350)

The Solo Stove ($350) takes wood-burning fires up a notch with a stainless steel body and engineered airflow that burns wood more efficiently and, crucially, with less smoke. The Bonfire is a sleek centrepiece for any backyard, campground, or beach cookout that provides a wood-burning fire with low smoke and big flames. ($350)

YETI Trail Head Camp Chair ($300)

The flexgrid fabric of the YETI Trail Head Camp Chair ($300) conforms to your natural curvature and won’t sag or stretch over time and the packaway folding frame with lightweight construction makes it simple to pack and go in the included dual-strap carry bag. It has extra-wide Groundgrip™ feet for stability even on uneven terrain and includes one cup holder than can be placed on either side of the chair – ideal for your craft beer. ($300)

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