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10 most important gears you should take while hiking activities

Hiking for some people is a way to admire the beauty of nature, but exploring to the top of the mountain or down the valleys of the forest is not easy. Exploration tours are very draining energy where climbing the mountain at an altitude of 1000 to 2000 meters will take a day more.

Hiking is not only fun, but also stressful. You need physical preparation and some people think to carry enough food. But at least you are also required to prepare some equipment. Here are the 10 most important gears you should take while doing hiking activities.

Xvlor 10 most important gears you should take while hiking activities

The items below do not have a number because only you will make sure which equipment is more important. Someone on a mission may prefer trekking poles rather than jackets, while others choose otherwise.

Sleeping bag

Sleeping bag has two kinds of materials are synthetic fibers and goose feathers that have different characteristics. Synthetic fibers have the ability to dry faster, while goose feathers have the ability to warm more effectively.

Backpack

Backpack is a hiking gear that is always needed to load food, clothing, safety equipment and more. Backpack should be able to accommodate up to 60 liters. Good backpack uses strong polyster and waterproof material.

Headlamp

Visibility during hiking is unpredictable. You decide to climb the mountain during the day, but the fog disrupts the view. A headlamp would be helpful if it has a 30-meter beam of light. Headlamp should also have good button and long life battery.

Trekking pole

Trekking poles will make it easier to explore the steep contours and lighten upper body work when fatigue strikes. Made of iron, but it should be light and has a height of more than half your height.

Gas stove

Hiking requires extra energy where nutritional intake is always a priority. Gas stove is an additional gear that must be brought to warm the food. The stove should be less than a kilogram, made of rust-resistant titanium and heats 20 percent faster than a typical kitchen stove.

Tent

Tents are very crucial, especially if you have to spend the night. This gear should be light, has strong but elastic support legs which will withstand wind and not collapse.

Thermos

This gear is helpful to warm from extreme weather. Made of aluminum and has adibiatic properties where the hot water inside will not be affected by environmental conditions. The most advanced flasks have used additional polyster as a coating on the outside.

Shoes

Choosing hiking boots is not the same as choosing ordinary shoes. Shoes for hiking should be easy to wear and have the ability to accelerate. Most important is to have a jagged sole to bite the ground. You should pay attention to the shoe neck known as low cut, mid cut, and high cut.

Jacket

The hybrid jacket model is popular among hiking lovers where the outer part of the synthetic fiber is fast dry and on the inside has a wool coat to keep it warm.

Folding knife

This gear is used in emergency situations. A good folding blade should be light and sharp where it is made of iron and anti-rust so it does not harm you.
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