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The air is crisp, the nights are getting longer, and the smell of campfire is beginning to be permanently embedded into our clothes. Here are our favorites for October 2018. (And be sure to check out the full ASN shop.)

BioLite Portable Smokeless Wood-Burning Firepit ($200)

Advanced technology, plus a sleek package, make this the firepit of the future. No smoke? Sign us up.

Jungmaven Baja Long Sleeve Pocket Tee ($50)

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Hemp is the fabric of the future. More eco-friendly than traditional cotton (and more durable), Jungmaven’s hemp shirts in particular are some of our favorite wardrobe staples.

Hydro Flask Unbound Cooler Pack ($275)

Hydro Flask has built a cooler backpack to compliment their insulated water bottles. Compact and lightweight, the Unbound Pack keeps contents cool for 48 hours. That’s along with its BPA-free, food-grade liner, as well as its waterproof shell. Doesn’t get much better than that, does it?

Danner Mountain Pass - Exclusive ($380)

One of Danner’s most iconic boots, the Mountain Pass, now comes in an exclusive Huckberry colorway. The “S’Mores” colorway is proof that just when we thought that a good thing couldn’t get any better … we were wrong.

Field Notes Expedition Edition 3-Pack ($13)

Made in the U.S., Filed Notes’ all-purpose notebooks can go from the trail, to the airport, to your pocket and home again, with ease. The Expedition Edition 3-Pack can handle pretty much anything except fire, so you can rest easy knowing your innermost thoughts are in good hands.

Flint and Tinder Moleskin Shirt Jacket ($188)

Not quite a jacket, but more than a shirt. Long story short: This may be the most versatile piece in your fall/winter wardrobe. Made from durable moleskin fabric, Flint and Tinder’s Moleskin Shirt Jacket is heavyweight, warm, and soft enough to wear all the time. In fact, we’re betting you won’t want to take it off.

Dango Products T01 Spec Ops ($85)

Everyday products designed for everyday use. Sounds pretty simple, but there’s nothing simple about the research and design that goes into Dango Products. The T01 Spec Ops features a built-in 14-function multi-tool, holds up to 12 cards, has RFID blocking built in, and is made in the United States.

Milo Goods Classic Dutch Oven ($95)

Fall means cozy nights, bundling up, and cooking warm, comforting food. That’s where Milo Goods comes into play. Their Classic Dutch Oven is made from cast-iron, long recognized for its strength and durability. This baby is perfect for braising, slow-cooking, and roasting.

Uncharted Supply Co. Seventy2 Survival System ($349)

This bag has everything you need to survive in a hurricane, earthquake, or any other emergency situation. Experts have determined that 95 percent of emergency situations are resolved within 72 hours, and so the Seventy2 Survival System has been curated to get you through that period safely, should emergency strike.

Swiss Advance Hippus - Travel Knife and Fork Set ($15)

For Hippus, the name of the game for their Travel Knife and Fork Set is simplicity. No frills here: Just easy transport, packability, and reliable performance. What more do you really need, anyway?

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