Camp in Style

But don't call it glamping. Here, all the best gear for outfitting your next camping expedition.

Maybe you're the type of person whose idea of camping essentials include their bare hands and a sense of adventure—but for the rest of us, cool gadgets seem to awaken the outdoorsy, free-spirited part of our personality.

Now check out our packing list for thriving in the great outdoors. (Consider them must-have camping comforts.)

From: Seventeen
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First things first: You need a no-hassle tent. Wrestling with poles? No thanks. Heimplanet's "The Cave" is the first inflatable tent that comes together in the less than a minute with the help of their "One-Pump System."

The Cave, $700, heimplanet.com.

Even at the height of summer, you should prepare for a temperature dip at night. "The Napsack" by Poler is a next-level sleeping bag that looks and feels better than your run-your-of-the-mill bag. The zippers at the top and bottom allow you to stick your arms and legs out, which means it doubles as a puffy jacket for a night around the campfire, too.

The Napsack, $136, polerstuff.com.
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Speaking of campfires, these stools are a worthy investment for your next one. The English bridle leather gets better after every use.

Camp Stool, $165, woodandfaulk.com.

Alite's external frame backpack is made to keep you comfortable during multi-day camping trips. The cushy design details include padded hip-belts, soft airmesh straps, and load lifters which help distribute weight evenly.

The Hatcher Pack, $175, alitedesigns.com.
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The state of campfire cooking can be a sad affair, if you don't plan accordingly. Packing this compact two-burner stove allows you to get creative with your outdoor menu.

Onja Stove, $147, primus.eu.

This camp utensil set includes everything you need for eating out in the wilderness. (And, really, we're mostly talking about the spork and wine bottle opener.)

Camp Utensil Set by Victorinox, $32, sunnysports.com.
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Not only can these enamelware pots withstand the heat of open-fire cooking, but they seamlessly double as great-looking bowls, too.

Seamless & Steadfast Enamel Utility Pot, $42, bestmadeco.com.

Taking an all-purpose knife with you is a no-brainer, and this bushcraft knife from Norway is one of the best you can buy. Its razor-sharp blade can handle anything the outdoors throws your way, however rugged.

Hello Scout Knife, $56, hatchetsupply.myshopify.com.
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Portland Growler Co.'s 64 ounce ceramic jug includes a flip-top lid with gasket for keeping your drinks cool, protected from light, and fresh throughout the day. Water, beer… you just do you.

Growler with Loop by Portland Growler Co., $90, filson.com.

The double-sided construction of this blanket—half wool, half polyester—allows it to serve as either a mat for the ground around your campfire, or as a blanket at night. Both sides are moisture- and dirt-resistant, of course.

Ovik Blanket, $200, fjallraven.us.
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