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Lonely Planet Magazine (US) - - Con­tents -

SPRING MEANS IT’S TIME TO START EX­PLOR­ING AMER­ICA’S MOST MAG­NIF­I­CENT AT­TRAC­TION: THE GREAT OUT­DOORS. PAIR YOUR HOME­GROWN EX­PE­RI­ENCES WITH THESE AMER­I­CAN-MADE PROD­UCTS.

1. MINI MAGLITE Keep this tiny-yet­pow­er­ful flash­light on hand in case the lights go out. Maglite prod­ucts are de­signed and man­u­fac­tured in Cal­i­for­nia, and they have been since 1979.

$21; maglite.com

2. DU­LUTH PACK ROLL-TOP SCOUT BACK­PACK Made with riveted leather re­in­force­ments and 15-oz. can­vas, this bag can take a beat­ing, and it only looks bet­ter with age. $165; du­luth­pack.com

3. PENDLETON NA­TIVE AMER­I­CANIN­SPIRED BLAN­KETS For more than a cen­tury, Pendleton has pro­duced blan­kets us­ing Na­tive Amer­i­can de­signs. This twin-size wool and cot­ton blan­ket is a re­pro­duc­tion of a vin­tage

1920s de­sign.

$249; pendleton -usa.com

4. GRAND TRUNK DOU­BLE TRUNK­TECH HAM­MOCK This small, pack­able ham­mock can be un­furled and ready for loung­ing in sec­onds. It weighs less than 16 ozs. and holds 400 lbs. $119; grandtrunk.com

5. SHOAL FLOAT­ING TENT Giv­ing new mean­ing to the word wa­terbed, this tent sits atop a raft. We rec­om­mend an­chor­ing it be­fore doz­ing off. $1,499; smith­fly .myshopify.com

6. L.L. BEAN BOOTS Ev­ery­one’s fa­vorite rain boots are made in Maine and have been keep­ing feet dry since 1912. De­signed by L.L. Bean him­self, these have rub­ber bot­toms and leather up­pers for com­fort, warmth and wa­ter­proof­ing. $129; ll­bean.com

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