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  1. UCO Tritan Stormproof Matches™

    UCO Tritan Stormproof Matches™

    $9.99
    Conquer any condition with the beefiest, longest-burning windproof and waterproof matches available. Titan Stormproof Matches measure over four inches long, sport a burn time of up to 25 seconds, will fire up in the harshest of conditions, and will relight after being submerged in water. Box includes 25 matches plus two extra strikers. With over 10 minutes of fire, you can bring them along for every adventure for a little insurance against the elements. Learn More
  2. YayLabs!™ Ice Cream Ball―1-Quart

    YayLabs!™ Ice Cream Ball―1-Quart

    $49.99
    Make delicious ice cream anywhere, anytime… great for camping trips, Scout meetings, parties, picnics, and more. Just add simple, natural ingredients―such as cream, sugar, and vanilla―in one end. Add ice and rock salt in the other end. Then let the fun begin! The softshell exterior makes it fun to shake, roll, and play your way to a quart of delicious ice cream in about 20 minutes. Wide, shallow canister makes it easy to mix ingredients and scoop out ice cream. And the built-in handles make opening the ends easy; flip back the handle and lay it on a table to allow easy access to stir ingredients or scoop out ice cream. Constructed from food-safe, BPA-free materials. Includes Pure & Simple recipe booklet. Learn More
  3. Lodge® Dutch Oven Liners—8-Pack

    Lodge® Dutch Oven Liners—8-Pack

    $9.99
    These parchment-paper, Dutch oven liners make clean-up easy and fast. Package of eight liners is a compact design, allowing room in your pack for extra food. Learn More
  4. Coghlan’s 7870 Magnesium Fire Starter

    Coghlan’s 7870 Magnesium Fire Starter

    $7.99
    A must for every outdoor adventure! One fire starter provides enough shavings to start hundreds of fires. Uses magnesium, a flame source of 5400°F (2982°C). Learn More
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