1. Arctic Zone Insulated Picnic Satchel ($33)

Impromptu picnics become a lot easier with Arctic Zone's leak-proof tote. The bag's a little bulky, but it "can brave the campsite," and it comes with an anti­microbial liner, an adjustable shoulder strap, and a stackable, eight-piece container set. Buy it at Amazon.

2. Adventure Medical Kits Sportsman Whitetail ($39)

The best first-aid kit for most outdoor adventurers includes instructional flash cards and a wide variety of supplies. The way it's organized "makes providing first aid as simple as ­possible." Buy it at Amazon.

3. The Ridge Titanium Wallet ($105)

Ditch your bulky billfold for Ridge's 2.5 oz, ultrathin front-pocket wallet. It holds up to 12 cards and it blocks thieves' RFID-skimming devices. It's also available in aluminum, in carbon fiber, and, for just $45, in ­polycarbonate. Buy it at Ridge Wallet.

4. Aer Fit Pack 2 ($135)

Designed for commuters who bounce between the office and the gym, Aer's well-ventilated water-resistant backpack "keeps those two worlds apart, thanks to a clever system of pockets," said Wired. A quick-access pocket keeps your wallet, keys, and earbuds close at hand. Buy it at Aer SF.

5. HotLife LED Lighted Makeup Mirror ($20)

A boon to bleary-eyed travelers and commuters, HotLife's double-sided mirror is "everything a travel mirror should be: affordable, durable, versatile, compact." With its dimmable LED lights, it's essentially "a vanity that fits in your pocket." Buy it at Amazon.

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