Team Picks: The Best Stocking Stuffers for Adventure Lovers !

Team Picks: The Best Stocking Stuffers for Adventure Lovers !

ski christmas

This isn't the team... just dreaming of a white chrimbo and all that!

Got some outdoorsy folk or dog lovers in the family? Check out Team FurtherFaster's picks for this year’s Christmas presents!  

 

For the Dog: Ruff wear Gnawt-a-Stick throw toy. This piece of bouncy, floatable drift wood is made of natural rubber and is super safe for those stick obsessed dogs avoiding nasty splinters and stick injuries! Vet nurse Becky give this a huge tick of approval!! 

ruffwear throw toy

As rated 10/10 by this pup!


For the Runner: Montane VIA Visor. So essential for summer running to protect the face and eyes from the harsh sun and act as a sweat absorber. I can't live without mine. Great stocking filler!

 montane via visor

Becky and Rocky both keeping there eyes dry from the sweat... but there still may have been tears from running up the Bridle Path!!



For a RAD Guy or Girl: FurtherFaster Trucker Hat. The coolest item you could own this summer anyone who wears one is part of the awesome FF team and their coolness is out of this world! Girls love them just as much as guys!! 

trucker hat
Team Member Teddy approves!

 

For the Adventurer: LifeVenture Sleeplight Hammock. The best gift you could give an adventurer is a night under the stars. This hammock is "the coolest way to chill" and packs up tiny for hiking and biking adventures. Weighs only 315 grams!

hammock

Looks like a great way to spend Christmas Arvo... tempted? I am!



For the Tramper: Jetboil Mighty Mo. Imagine giving a tired tramper the gift of a hot meal and coffee at the end of a long hike! This tiny gas stove is a brilliant little pocket rocket and weighs only 95grams!  

jet boil

TINY!! Don't be fooled by the large pan!

 

Still not sure what might float the boat for your adventure lovers? Give us a holla and we can help you out!

 Merry Christmas Team!!

 

 

 

 

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