Forecasts of mid-60s weather next weekend mean everyone will be outside. If you're planning hikes, backpacking or just pitching tents, be ready to answer the call of nature with these handy tools that are easy to pack and on sale today.

Set up in the backyard when you feel like a night under the stars. (Amazon)
Set up in the backyard when you feel like a night under the stars. (Amazon)

This 2 person hammock can support a maximum capacity of 400 lbs and comfy enough to sleep in. Includes ropes and carabiners for easy set-up. Usually $62, these are on sale for a limited time for just $11.56.


The blue Sunland towel, 24Inch X 48Inch. (Amazon)
The blue Sunland towel, 24Inch X 48Inch. (Amazon)

Super lightweight and able to fold up into a packable size, the towel weighs less than 6 oz. Good for bringing on a trip or as a fast-absorbing gym towel. This color blue on sale in the 24 in x 48 in size today for $7.99.

Protect your back seat from hair, mud and everything else. (Amazon)
Protect your back seat from hair, mud and everything else. (Amazon)

A hammock-style, quilted cover that protects your seats and your animals when in cars. Adjust the ends to lay flat or bring them up to contain them from jumping out when doors are opened.


When you feel like a walk on the wild side sans GPS. (Amazon)
When you feel like a walk on the wild side sans GPS. (Amazon)

Contained in a metal case, this liquid-filled compass features an adjustable luminous marching line, thumb hold and magnifying viewer, sighting hairline. Nearly half off, this super compass is only $15.80 for the next few hours.

For subtle glamping. (Amazon)
For subtle glamping. (Amazon)

Great for being able to get the good night's sleep you need on a backpacking trip, this lightweight pad folds up into nothing. Once unrolled, the foam expands for a cushy 1.5″ of mattress. Only $20.78 for the next four hours.

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