A Guide to New England-Made Hiking Gear

Shop locally for your autumn adventure.

Clean Bottle

Clean Bottle

Built square so it won’t roll away, this BPA-free bottle from Somerville startup Clean Bottle has an ergonomic handle for comfortable carrying, and opens on both ends for easy cleaning. $45, cleanbottle.com.

LL Bean Waterproof Solar Flashlight

L. L. Bean Waterproof Solar Flashlight

LED and battery-free, this torch uses its own solar panel to recharge. Eight hours in the sun yields 16 hours of use. $30, 340 Legacy Place, Dedham, 800-650-6358, llbean.com.

Badger Anti-Bug Sunscreen

Badger “Anti-Bug” Sunscreen

Dodge the burn with this zinc-oxide-based SPF 34 sunscreen from New Hampshire’s Badger. The formula also contains a DEET-free insect repellent. $17, Whole Foods, 15 Westland Ave., Boston, 617-375-1010, badgerbalm.com.

Withings Pulse Ox

Withings “Pulse Ox”

Even in your pocket, Cambridge-based Withings’ sleek activity tracker can monitor distance covered and elevation changes, plus steps, calories burned, heart rate, and blood oxygen level. $100, withings.com.

Timberland Splitrock Mixed-Media Polarized Sunglasses

Timberland “Splitrock” Mixed-Media Polarized Sunglasses

Spot wildlife with these lightweight shades from New Hampshire–based Timberland. $118, 201 Newbury St., Boston, 617-247-1478, timberland.com.

Wild Things Guide Pack

Wild Things “Guide Pack”

This waterproof carryall from Rhode Island’s Wild Things can hold 26 liters of liquid plus all your gear, and it only weighs 28 ounces. $195, wildthingsgear.com.