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one guy's opinion on things to bring for a walk in the woods


Any chance to get out into nature is a chance worth taking. And while most short walks in the woods don't require any special gear, a little extra preparedness never hurt anyone.


Filson Field Bag ($250) holds just enough stuff for a walk in the woods

Leica Trinovid Binoculars ($525) for spying on the flora and fauna

Audubon Society Field Guide ($23) for figuring out what the flora and fauna are

Protect our Forests Bandana ($15) because the simple cotton bandana does it all

Patagonia Provisions Savory Seeds ($2 ea) because hangry hiking is less fun

Klean Kanteen Plastic Free Water Bottle ($30) for keeping hydrated

Emergency Poncho ($21) for a just-in-case rain coat, shelter, or picnic blanket

Field Notes Notebook ($12) and Fisher Brass Space Pen ($27) for those deep thoughts


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