Cairn is a monthly subscription box that caters to an outdoor lifestyle. Every month you'll receive 3 to 6 amazing outdoor products. They work hard to curate new and innovative products that appeal to recreational enthusiasts. They curate from 5 categories: Gear, Apparel, Food/Energy, Skincare, and Emergency/Medical.
Cost: $29.95/month - Save with longer plans | Obsidian Box - $249.95/quarter
Shipping: US - Free | Canada - $5 | International - $10
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The box includes a newspaper style info sheet. It includes product info and coupon codes for the featured brands.
Why limit yourself to sausages or marshmallows? Now you can easily extend your vacation menu enjoying grilled veggies, newly caught fish, and tasty burgers. Simply attach Grandpa’s FireGrill to any stick, load up your FireGrill, relax at a comfortable distance from the fire and enjoy a wonderful outdoor BBQ on your plates.
Outdoor Element Firebiner
Forget your matches? Your new Firebiner will not only save the day, but make you the coolest camp cook out there. With a built in fire starter, bottle opener, screwdriver and safety utility blade, this nifty tool will be ready to take on any camp challenge. Plus, use it to attach a post-meal FireGrill to your pack—no mess!
Have your campfire meal prepped and ready with your new OPSAK 2-pack from LOKSAK! These odor proof bags are the best way to store your food (and gear) at camp. Use them to hold or marinade your camp meal, and keep it safe from all those nosey critters.
Honey Stinger Waffle (Wildflower Honey)
Say goodbye to that mid-ride sugar crash and enjoy this delicious, gluten-free waffle from Honey Stinger. Packed with gooey, organic, wild ower honey, this waffle will add a little more stoke to your ride, and your stomach.
December's Cairn box has a total value over $49. Some great items for camping! All are very useful for the outdoorsman. I especially like all the features of the Firebiner. Hopefully, we can put these things to use when the warmer weather rolls around.
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