Festy Gear Round Up

Eagles Nest Outfitters

Nomad Hammock Stand ($250)

No trees near your campsite in Tent City? No worries. ENO’s portable Nomad Hammock Stand is made with lightweight aluminum alloy poles that go up easily; simply attach the hammock to the durable shock cords. Compatible with any ENO hammock—it packs in a small 15-pound suitcase.


Pro Cooler ($119.95)

If you’re shuttling gear to your campsite, you’ll feel grateful for the IceMule. The large, portable cooler has room for 18 cans of your favorite beer, and high-performance insulation means those suds will stay cold for 24 hours. A key feature—the padded, ventilated backpack strap; perfect for long walks across festy grounds.

Big Kat Buggy ($399)

This durable gear hauler makes festival-going hassle free. Just load it up, attach it to your tow hitch, and hit the road. Once you arrive, you can easily remove the Big Kat from your vehicle and roll it to your preferred destination.


Alta ($55)

Props to Sunski for removing the stress out of losing a pricey pair of shades. These lightweight frames are outfitted with UVA/B/400-protective polarized lenses to provide a crystal-clear view of the main stage.

Hydro Flask

10 oz. Rocks ($30)

Hydro Flask’s 10 oz. Rocks glass is perfect for making craft cocktails at the campsite. Double-wall insulation keeps ice from melting for 24 hours, so your beverage of choice will always be chilly—even in a mid-summer heat wave.

GCI Outdoor

SunShade Eazy Chair ($50)

Keep covered between sets with this portable chair and adjustable, removable shade, which rotates 270 degrees front to back.

Gregory Citro ($120)

This lightweight daypack features a moisture-wicking back panel for comfort in hot, sweaty fest conditions. It also includes quick-access stretch pockets and sternum straps that stow everything from electronics to sunglasses.


Skyrise Tent ($1,000)

Be the envy of your festivarian neighbors with the Skyrise, a rooftop tent that easily attaches without tools to a Yakima roof rack with SKS Lock Cores. The well-ventilated tent pops quickly, and it comes with a wall-to-wall foam mattress for all-night comfort.


Men’s Lewis and, Women’s Acadia ($89.95-99.95)

Festivals mean long days on your feet. Forsake’s Lewis for men and Acadia for women are similarly styled travel shoes made with lightweight breathable uppers to keep feet cool and sticky, grip-ready soles.

Princeton Tec

Sync Headlamp ($17)

The compact, versatile Sync offers 150 lumens of light and a dial-control that easily changes settings. With a 250-foot range and 150 hours of burn time, it’s the perfect tool for festival goers.

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