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5 Essentials for Spending a Night Under the Southwestern Sky

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Whether it’s stargazing, night hunting or just an evening hike, don’t head out at nighttime without these must-haves
Photo by Josh Felise.
Photo by Josh Felise.

 

  1. A watch that lights the way. Made for Navy SEALs, Luminox watches were originally designed to provide illumination on deep, dark dives. The luminescent features provide just enough light to keep you from stumbling into some stray cacti. luminox.com image_manager__lum_lightbox_XL.1101.S
  2. Boots that keep your ankles safe. When you can’t see where your foot will fall with each step, it’s important to protect yourself from rolled ankles, surprising puddles and prickly brush. The Merrell Moab Mid Waterproof boot keeps your foot stable and protected from debris. rei.com  828479
  3. James Bond-style binoculars. Channel your inner secret agent with a pair of sleek night-vision binoculars. Use the Ghost Hunter Night Vision Binoculars in hand or attach them to the included head mount for a convenient carry-free operation. dickssportinggoods.com pDSP1-18227346_alternate1_dt
  4. A durable blanket. Pack a picnic and cozy up while you gaze at the sky with a Pendleton Roll-Up Blanket. It’s weather-resistant backing and sturdy handle makes it ready to go anywhere. pendleton-usa.com download
  5. A warm beverage. Fill the Camelbak Forge Insulated Travel Mug with your favorite coffee, tea or hot cocoa — it’ll keep it piping hot for six hours. camelbak.com 1293_steel_blue_l
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