One of our favorite parts of the wilderness—and one of the hardest parts to capture—is the smell: pine needles, fresh moss, and the earthy scent of the undergrowth. This hand-poured candle pairs a hint of fig with the woodsy aroma of cypress, all in a portable jar.
If you're looking for a scent that's a little more subtle, this pillow is right up your alley. Balsam fir needles provide an understated aroma, while a classic woodsman's motto lends your couch some lumberjack cred.
More humane than a wall-mounted grizzly head, and far more useful, this tool strikes a perfect balance between character and convenience. Stick it on your fridge (or any metal surface) to ensure that no beer stays unopened for long.
Some things are so damn beautiful you should own them purely on principle. This handcrafted notebook looks like a million bucks, smells like a million bison hides—oh, and there's paper inside you can write on, if you're into that sort of thing.
Made from porcelain fused onto heavy-gauge steel, this is one set of mugs that won't break in the sink. Keep them on your countertop for your morning cup of joe, then toss them in your mess kit when you venture into the wilderness.