How to Shop for an Outdoor Lover

SunnySports_logo holidayThe holiday season is in full swing, with shoppers out and about everywhere in search of the perfect gifts for the people on their list. If you have an outdoorsman or woman on your list but don’t know the first thing about what types of equipment they like or need, no reason to panic — SunnyScope is here for you. We have all kinds of outdoor tips and information to get your gift ideas flowing, but here’s a quick guide to help you get the perfect gift for the outdoor lover on your list.


Think Warm

180s Lush Ear Warmer with Headphones - $19.95

180s Lush Ear Warmer with Headphones – $19.95

Even if you have no clue what one piece of camping gear is from the other, anyone who enjoys spending time in the outdoors is going to appreciate being warm when it’s cold outside. A quality pair of gloves, a cozy head covering, or an insulating pair of gaiters¬†that will also keep the wearer dry are excellent gifts and do not require you to know the person’s precise clothing size, which is the bane of many shoppers every holiday season. If your budget is particularly limited, why not put an emergency blanket in their stocking — a valuable outdoor gift at a great value!



Think Bright

Spotlight Rescue Rechargeable LED Light - $39.99

Spotlight Rescue Rechargeable LED Light – $39.99

An avid outdoorsman will always be in need of a light source, because he knows that life in the outdoors continues long after the sun has set. Even if all he needs it for is to get to the bathroom in the middle of the night, light is a tool pretty much all outdoor lovers need! Instead of your standard flashlight that only takes D cell batteries and konks out at the worst moments, surprise your outdoorsy pal with the latest in outdoor lighting. A good outdoorsman knows a light always needs a backup light, and there’s no such thing as too many backups!



Think Safe

Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit - $39.99

Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit – $39.99

Adventuring in the rugged outdoors is ripe with opportunit for accidents and injury, so safety and survival items make outstanding gifts for the nature-inclined. Whether it’s a first aid kit, a water treatment device, or a simple fire starter, your concern for their well-being in the great outdoors by giving these as gifts is sure to be touching, and much appreciated in the field. These types of gifts don’t have to cost a lot of money, but their intrinsic value to those who know how to use them is assuredly priceless.


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