Adventure Travel Holiday Gift Guide: $25-$50 Gifts

Adventure Travel Holiday Gift Guide: $25-$50 Gifts

Do you have some adventurers in your life that are always hard to shop for? We've got you covered. You can't go wrong with these gift ideas, ranging from $25 to $50. 

Best Gifts for Adventurers 

This is the third installment of our Holiday Gear Guide for Adventurers. If you've missed part one, which covered free gift ideas, or part two, which covered items under $25, be sure you check them out as well. For today, we are focusing on gifts that are in the $25 to $50 range. This price range has some super useful things.

Do you ever get sick of receiving gifts that you know you'll never use? We sure do. We hate knowing that gifts will end up in a garage sale or, worse yet, in the landfill. So we make a concentrated effort to only give gits that we know are super useful to the recipient. And that's also why we love gear guides and wish lists! I'd rather know what you want than guess and get it wrong! So if you are shopping for an avid outdoorsmen who hasn't provided the holy grail of a wish list, check out these items. We won't steer you wrong!

Power Bank Charger $49

The thing about the outdoors is there's usually not outlets available. So, having some backup power available on a full day of adventure or overnight trips is a must.  The USB ports allow you to charge phones, cameras, GoPros, and whatever else you may need on the go. This power bank has 20,000 mAh, which means you can charge your phone around 6-7 times on this pack. 

SanDisk Memory Cards $33

Does the person you are buying for likely have a memory card already? Probably. Could they use another one? YES. These are the memory cards we use in our DSLR cameras, GoPros, and our drone. These memory cards make a perfect gift for anybody who is creating awesome pictures and videos… and no, they can never have too many memory cards…

GoPro Dual Battery Charger + Extra Battery $49

You'd think a device smaller than your fist that is capable of shooting 4k video would have better battery life. Well… it doesn't… Anybody who has a GoPro will be STOKED to get more batteries and an extra charger as a gift. 

GoPro Jaws Flex Clamp $49

If you only every buy one accessory for your GoPro, make it this one. The versatility of this single clamp has made it our go-to for nearly everything we do. And the clamp is STURDY. We've even clamped it to the roof rack of our van to get some sweet shots. This makes for a great gift for adventurers who just have to get that shot. *Disclaimer: Make sure you tether your GoPro to a secondary mount at all times.

Climbing Carabiners $32

Even if your adventure buddy isn't a climber, any adventurer could use an extra set of climbing rated carabiners in their gear stash. Whether hanging a hammock or rappelling down a cliff, carabiners come in handy in so many situations for outdoorsmen. 

SealLine Dry Bag $33

This is another piece of gear that is super versatile across many different activities. While typically used in watersports, these are also awesome to carry any time there is going to be water, whether that be from rain or a water crossing on your hike, or even snowy conditions. These are practically bomb proof and keep everything inside perfectly dry. They also keep air in which means if you lose the bag overboard, it will still float. 

CamelBak Arete 18L Hydration Pack $48

This is a smaller, lightweight backpack that we typically use on our day adventures. It's just enough space to hold enough food and water and a bit of camera gear but without the bulk of a bigger bag. If you know somebody who loves CamelBak bags and needs and upgrade, this is a fine choice.

$25 to $50 Gifts for Adventure Travelers

Gift giving is always the most fun when you can get a gift that is both highly unexpected and also very useful (i.e. wanted). We hope these gift ideas for adventurers spur some creative and useful gifts that you can surprise your adventurer with. This was the third installment of our Holiday Gift Guides. Did you miss part one, Free Gifts for Adventurers or part two, Gifts Under $25? Make sure you check them out as well! And be sure to subscribe below so you don't miss out on the next guide, gifts for adventurers between $25 and $50. 

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