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4. Cortez-based Osprey’s backpacks are wildly popular among gear aficionados, and who are we to disagree? Pack your supplies in its updated-this-year Aether Plus 60/ Ariel Plus 60—the mens and womens versions, respectively, include new foam back panels for comfort and breathability—that you can buy online and get custom-fitted at retailers like Jax Outdoor Gear Farm & Ranch. $340
5. Do après-adventure right in Boulder’s Trek Light Gear’s double hammock, which is 10 by 6.5 feet wide. (Remember to look into the rules at your campsite before attaching anything to trees.) And may we suggest adding a can of Upslope Brewing Company’s aptly named Rocky Mountain Kölsch? $70
7. Otterbox doesn’t just make nearly indestructible phone cases; the Fort Collins manufacturer also crafts good-looking, sturdy coolers like the Venture 65, which will keep your ice, well, ice for up to 16 days. $350
9. This new-for-2020 update to Broomfield-based Sierra Designs’ Meteor Lite tent is extremely lightweight at just over four pounds and features a fly you can roll back for stargazing. Starting at $370