10 Outdoor Gift Ideas under £10

December 4, 2018 Off By Clive Gibney

Gift ideas that are slightly out of the ordinary available here at ProAdventure Llangollen. I hope they inspire you!

Klean Kanteen Steel Straws – £9.95

Reusable stainless steel straws that will last a life time and not one day. Klean Kanteen also give back to the environment, so you are helping in more than one way.

Nite Ize S Biner, Beer Biner – £2.99

It can’t hold your beer but it can open it. Nite Ize do a range of karabiners and s-biners for holding everything from you dogs lead to you car keys. Some also include a locking mechanism if you’re gonna be attaching your precious keys to your rucksack or buoyancy aid.

GSI Espresso Cup – £10.00

For the coffee lovers out there who like to take coffee everywhere. The GSI espresso cup is Robust and keeps your espresso hotter for longer. Perfect addition if you’re also buying a Wacaco Nanopresso.

BCB Fire Steel – £6.00

Another great stocking filler for the budding bushcrafter. I’m not sure how accurate the compass on a fire steel will be but kids love it.

Opinel No. 04 Keyring – £9.95

Compliant with current legal carry laws this keyring knife makes an ideal present for someone who needs to carry a knife but always forgets it. Or clip to the inside of  a rucksack so it’s always there when you need it.

Petromax Fire Kit – £1.30

The most popular stocking filler we’ve sold two years running. Its a great way for kids to get the idea of how to start a fire.

Trek n Eat Spice Dispenser Key Ring £2.99

Clip it to the inside of your rucksack and you all we’ll have something to spice up your meal on those cold and wet wild camps.

Lil Larry Torch – 10.00

It may be little but it packs a punch with 100 lumen’s. It also has a magentic base, perfect if you’ve broken down on the side of the road and want to release your inner mechanic.

Life Systems Reusable Hand Warmers – £4.99

Know someone that really struggles with cold hands? Gloves are not the answer! Gloves retain temperature, so if your hands are cold, gloves will keep them cold. These hand warmers are rechargeable. All you need to do is pop them in boiling water so you can easily recharge them if you’re camping.

Silva Compass Key Ring – £7.99

A great little keyring compass that’s perfect for young kids and adults alike. You may not want to navigate around Snowdonia with it but it’s handy to have clipped to your bag or keys. The thermometer is surprisingly accurate so it will confirm that it is actually cold!