That’s So Camp

These rugged outdoor essentials make it easy to choose your own adventure.

Styling by Kara Butterfield


outdoor camping essentials

Photograph by Dave Bradley

Sheridan Tent & Awning handmade canvas “Range Tent,” $619, Kaufmann Mercantile

“Maine Heritage” cot, $130, Byer of Maine

“Yellowstone National Park” blanket, starting at $189, Pendleton Woolen Mills

“Kabetogama” cabin pillow, starting at $50, Bemidji Woolen Mills

Rustico “Messenger” leather journal, $60, December Thieves

“Civil War Artillery” blanket, $165, Woolrich

The Complete Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook, $25, Barnes & Noble

Danner “Light Mill Street” boots, $340, Woolrich

Outside Tent:

Leather Bluetooth speaker, $149, West Elm

Joshu+Vela leather-and-brass key chain, $30, December Thieves

“Hudson Bay” ax, $140, Best Made

“XX Changer” knife with amber bone handle, $101, Shepherd Hills Cutlery

“Blanket Desert” canteen, $7, Vermont’s Barre Army Navy

Tournament bocce set, $89, L. L. Bean

Bushcraft “Isle Royale” pack, starting at $280, Frost River

On Bag:

Leica “Trinovid” 10×42 binoculars, $1,496, Cabela’s

Eco-Wise lambswool throw, $109, Pendleton Woolen Mills

Moscow Mule copper mug, $20, Sur La Table

Compass with LED light, $11, Coleman

“Heritage Plaid” compact bottle, $20, Thermos.


Kara Butterfield Kara Butterfield, Editor-at-Large of Boston Home Magazine kbutterfield@bostonmagazine.com


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