As Micheal Bublé defrosts and the holidays come right around the corner, shopping for the best gifts for hikers, and anyone else for that matter, is at the top of everyone’s to-do list. For those of you that have a hiker in your life, getting them the BEST gift this season is going to be an absolute cakewalk with this gift guide *holds up three fingers indicating the boy scout honor hand signal*. I know that not everyone has a ton of money to spend each year, especially if you have a rather large family as I do, so I have included all different price ranges: gifts under $25, gifts from $25-$50, gifts from $50-$100, and gifts over $100. On top of that, I have included the best gifts for her and him at the end of this blog post that has awesome clothing and accessory recommendations if you don’t just want to buy technical gear. I wanted to make this gift list as versatile as possible and after scrolling through and putting the final touches on this beast of a post, I can proudly say that I’ve done exactly that!
This gift guide isn’t sponsored or anything, so all recommendations are based on brands that I love and use and gear that I love and use. I am a huge believer in sustainability, so these gifts are items that can be used for (and last for) lifetimes of adventure. The main focus of my gift-giving is ensuring that I am gifting something of quality rather than quantity, hence the use of quality brands in this blog post, so no matter what you choose to gift on this list, the adventurer in your life is going to appreciate it.
This post contains affiliate links for the products I mentioned, but as always, all opinions are my own. I make a small commission, at no extra cost to you, when you make a purchase or booking through these links. This helps to support this space and keep me blogging, which I am so extremely thankful for.
I’m currently working on my other gift guides, so in the meantime, check out some of my favorite hiking blog posts!
The Best Gifts For Hikers Under $25
Kickass Stocking Stuffers For Hikers
HydroFlask 18 oz Waterbottle
Hydro Flasks are seriously all ze rage in the hiking and outdoor communities because of their timeless design, durability, and their ability to keep fluids ice cold for 24 hours and hot for up to 8 hours! They come in a variety of different sizes, but this one is the best option price-wise! I’ve carried mine all over the globe and somehow it still manages to look brand new. These bottles are seriously awesome and worth all the hype they’ve been given this year! You can pick this size up in the lovely green color, as well as the white and blue, pictured above and linked below, or you can browse all their other colors here.
BOMBAS Hiking Socks
I was on the hunt for some quality, vegan hiking socks for a long time and I stumbled across an ad for Bombas where they claimed that these were the most comfortable pair of socks in the history of feet, so naturally, I had to give them a field test while hiking the best trails in Utah! They weren’t playin’ around! These are the most comfortable pair of socks that I have ever owned! When you purchase a pair of these socks, Bombas gives another pair to homeless shelters, so if you’re looking for a gift for hikers that gives back, this is a great option, AND you can never have too many pairs of socks, am I right? If you’re interested in snagging a pair or two of these this holiday season, make sure you use this link to get 25% off your purchase with Bombas.
Adventure Medical Mountain Series Medical Kit
A rather inexpensive gift that will definitely be appreciated is a medical kit! This medical kit comes in a lot of different sizes for different types of hiking trips and group sizes, but if you want to stay under $25 for your gift, then the ‘2 people, 2 days’ is the best size to go with! Safety while hiking is extremely important and everyone needs to be carrying some type of medical gear with them. That looks different for everyone, but this is a great kit to cover all their bases! You can read reviews and specifics of this kit in the link below!
Bradley Mountain Waterproof Match Safe
If you’re on the hunt for thoughtful stocking stuffers, this waterproof match safe is perfect for those that love going into the backcountry, getting their hands dirty, and, literally, dancing in the rain! This small safe for matches will keep them soggy-free and prepped to start any fire. Plus, most boxes of matches get squished along the way anyway, so this will also help keep the matches structurally sound. Toss this in a stocking as a compliment to the other stocking stuffer ideas in this section.
Bradley Mountain Survival Book
Hands down, one of the coolest gifts you can give is this 1970, Department of the Navy Field Manual for Survival! This book is 288 pages of rugged and field-tested survival tactics for group survival, health and first aid, orientation and traveling, water, food, fire-making, cooking, hazards, survival and a whole lot more. This is a great gift for all hikers no matter the size and age, and who knows, this may help them survive a surprise apocalypse if one were to occur…You might even want to pick one up for yourself it’s so cool! I know I am!
GSI Outdoors Infinity Backpacker Mug
Coming from a fellow hiker, I LOVE THIS MUG. It keeps my coffee warm and my gear free from spills with the closeable top, but the best part is the fabric handle that can easily clip to a carabiner for the ultimate portable caffeine fix. This is perfect for coffee and tea lovers, or for hikers that like to pack soup along the trail during the fall season! This mug is best paired with the Alpine Instant Coffee listed below this gift! The dirty chai is the best!
Alpine Start Instant Coffee
What’s better than that fresh cup of instant coffee at the summit of your hike? A fresh cup of instant coffee that tastes bomb and doesn’t suck as most instant coffees do. The best part about these coffees is that they’re non-GMO, dairy-free, and soy-free, so everyone can enjoy them! The downside to getting these coffees is that the individual coffee packets aren’t biodegradable, but they are recyclable, so whenever you pack out all your trash, you can add it to the recycle bag. They come in a variety of flavors, the dirty chai being my personal favorite, but if you can’t decide on the perfect flavor for your outdoor lover, give them the gift of the three-flavor bundle! They’ll take these on the trails or on the go because it’s really THAT GOOD.
Bradley Mountain Adventure Log
Hiking and witnessing some of the most beautiful views in the world calls for a whole lot of writing and reflecting, in my experience. This adventure log has a small space to write notes and you can fill in where you are, who you’re with, what the weather is like, and what day it is for the ultimate memory catalog for the up and coming years. There have been so many times where I wish I had some type of log for my hikes, so I know that this will be a special gift for the hiker in your life.
Swiss Army Spartan Knife
Tools with multiple uses are the golden nugget of any hikers backpack. Especially a swiss army knife! The spartan style of this knife has twelve different tools including a corkscrew for opening bottles of wine, sooooooo it’s pretty much the perfect gift! It even has a can opener, so if you just so happen to buy cans without the little pully tab, then you aren’t screwed for dinner for the evening as I have been before! This tool will be a lifesaver on the trail!
Sea To Summit Lightweight Dry Bag
Dry bags, in my opinion, are like the creme de la creme of hiking gear. A lot of people never think they need one, but after one case of muddy shoes or a wet swimsuit later and they wish that they had one. This dry bag comes in a variety of different sizes, so you can get one that caters to your hiker’s needs, but the 4L option is both affordable and the perfect size to pack in with other hiking gear! To spice things up a bit you can even make this a surprise stocking and fill it with other goodies to give as a gift! Click the link below to see the other different sizes and colors or pick up this one pictured below!
Backpacker Hidden Gems: 100 Greatest Undiscovered Hikes Across America by Maren Horjus
If there is one thing that we hikers love the most, it’s a secluded and quiet trail, which can be hard to come by as the National Parks get busier and busier each year. A kickass gift to give is a book that highlights off the beaten path trails all around the United States that will get them excited to plan epic backpacking trips and enjoy the solitude of nature. I may actually get this for myself as I write this! You can pick this book for 15% with my link at Thriftbooks!
The Best Gifts For Hikers $25-$50
Petzl Tactikka Headlamp
Not only are headlamps one of the great gifts for hikers, but they also make a great stocking stuffer! I picked up this one before my recent trip to Utah and I can’t tell you how many times I thanked myself for picking this up. It’s great if you love sunrise/sunset hikes or if you ever happen to get to camp a little bit later than you would have wanted (guilty here lol). It’s a practical piece of hiking gear that I believe everyone should own, so if your hiker doesn’t have one, pick this up!
Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil eVent Compression Dry Sack
If backpacking is the name of the game, compression sacks are a must-have. I use this Sea To Summit compression sack that also happens to be waterproof, so it’s perfect for tossing your sleeping bag in there or your pajamas! Compression sacks help save a lot of space in a backpack, especially if backcountry camping is a favorite for the adventurer in your life! You can view all the sizes and prices below!
Osprey Packs Ultralight Backpack Rain Cover
A waterproof hiking backpack is every hiker’s dream gift, but until they make one of those, a rain cover does the job just fine! I have an Osprey backpack, so it makes sense for me to pack along this Osprey rain cover, but backcountry has all sorts of sizes and brands for whatever backpack your buying for. You can shop them with the link below! Since these pack down so much, this is another great gift to toss in a stocking!
Evoc Hydration Bladder
I’m not a huge fan of solely hydration backpacks since their primary use is for holding water, but I love carrying along a day pack and the equivalent of a soda drinking hat! All you have to do is fill it up with water, pop it into your backpack and then you’re set to go for your hike(s)! This is great since I don’t like carrying around empty bottles once I’ve had all the water! It’s a space and weight saver!
Matador Pocket Blanket
For those pit stops for lunch or a quick snack mid-trail, I am always wishing that I had some type of blanket so set down to sit on! I discovered this pocket blanket recently and I love that it packs down to an unnoticeable size! I am all about saving space, keeping my food clean, and staying warm if I ever need the extra layer, so I love tossing this into my bag and pulling it out for those little moments!
Rite in the Rain Side-Spiral Notebook Kit
Most, if not all of my notebooks have been ruined by either saltwater or rain. It’s a real tragedy that I’ve had to deal with countless times, so to preserve my memories, this Rite in the Rain Notebook Kit is my absolute favorite! I plan on doing a thru-hike in the up and coming years and I know this is going to come in very handy whenever I encounter torrential downpours along the way!
Goal Zero Flip 36 Recharger
One of my biggest priorities while hiking is staying connected, so I love having a portable battery pack with me! This battery, in particular, can be charged by a cord or a solar panel which is awesome for backpacking trips and multi-day hikes! This charger is going to be on my wishlist this year, along with their nomad solar panel that is compact and great to pair with this battery pack!
Stasher Reusable Silicone Baggies
Another huge priority of mine on the trail is reducing waste, so I like to pack my own snacks before I head out! These Stasher bags help keep me and the planet healthy on all my adventures! These take the place of single-use plastic baggies, so while they are on the pricer side, they’re perfect for the hiker in your life that is also environmentally conscious!
GoMacro Bar Variety Pack
I love GoMacro. There is no question about that. Their energy bars are THE BEST and my favorite part about them is that they’re vegan, gluten-free, (some) nut-free, and they’re made with 100% whole ingredients so you’re not putting a bunch of crap in your body! These keep me feeling energized even on the toughest of trails! My favorite flavor is their NEW maple sea salt *drools*!
Roaming The Americas by Renee + Matthew Hahnel
I have followed Renee on Instagram for quite some time now and she has been one of my biggest inspirations for my photography and my adventures across the world. This year her and her husband Matthew released their very first book about their road trip to every single National Park in the United States! The photography is stunning and it’s the perfect book for gathering inspiration if you’re planning visits to National Parks!
The Best Gifts For Hikers $50-$100
National Parks Annual Pass
Oh yes. The big kahuna. If you’re visiting even two National Parks a year, this is 100% worth every cent that it costs. The annual pass gets you and whoever is in the car with you, access to all the National Parks in the United States! It’s a one-time cost that will save you a TON of money! I picked one up with my friend whenever we went on our road trip through all five of Utah’s National Parks and we saved hundreds of dollars between the two of us!
Outdoor Retailer Gift Card
I tend to be picky with certain items that I either like or want, so if you’re shopping for someone that is a little tough to shop for, a gift card is always a great gift no matter the circumstance! I get all my gear from Backcountry, hence all the links in this gift guide, but you can easily pick them up from other retailers like REI, Patagonia, or The North Face!
Bear Vault BV500 (or BV450) Bear Resistant Canister
Bear-proof canisters are expensive, but if you’re entering the bear country, DO NOT go without one of these! Some of the National Parks that I have visited require you to have a bear-proof canister before they’ll even give you a backcountry camping permit, so if you’re based in the Pacific Northwest, Canada, or other areas that have bears roaming around, bring this! It’s essential.
Grayl GEOPRESS Water Purifier
If I am ever headed off ze grid or any place where I won’t have ready access to clean drinking water, then this water bottle is my holy GRAIL. Hah. Get it? Anyways, moving on from that horribly planned out joke, this water bottle is awesome! You fill it up with the contaminated water and in one swift press, you have clean drinking water! This is a great gift for backpackers, thru-hikers, or anyone traveling to countries without good drinking water!
ENO DoubleNest Hammock
There was a time in my life where these hammocks were all the rage and I never found out why until I took a good nap in one of these bad boys. You can get them set up in only a few minutes and you have a comfy and cozy chill spot! When I arrive at locations with scenery that is “atmospheric as fuck”, as my guide in Scotland said, I always make it a point to take some photos and soak it all in while hanging out in this hammock!
Another great gift for the minimalist/granola/vegan hiker in your life is a pair of barefoot sandals! For a long time, I put off buying these, but once I splurged, they never came off my feet for an entire summer. I love that you can feel the ground as you walk and they’re easily cleaned with a bit of water and soap! They roll up into the smallest crepe looking rolls and fit perfectly into any size pack! These are a must for lightweight hikers and trips to hot springs!
The Best Gifts For Hikers $100+
RAINS Classic Jacket
I like to stay relatively stylish, in a practical way, on the trails and one way I do this is by having a kickass rain jacket. I can’t begin to tell you how long I was on the search for that classic, timeless raincoat style that I finally stumbled across through RAINS. I was lucky enough to snag this jacket in the stunning dusty mint color. Unfortunately, that color is now out of stock on the website BUT, there are around ten other colors to shop from below! This jacket keeps me dry even in torrential downpours and I never go hiking without it!
Garmin InReach Mini GPS 2-Way Satellite Communicator
If you have a little bit extra to spend this season, a 2-way GPS satellite communicator is a sweet gift to give the hiker in your life. Especially if they love going off-grid. There is a map share feature that tracks and saves your location as well as downloadable maps, optional weather forecasts, and a 24/7 rescue monitor in case you ever get yourself into an emergency. Ideally, you won’t need to use the emergency features, but anything can happen, so this is great to have with you and I hope to invest in one of these soon as I get into more backcountry camping trips!
Goal Zero Venture 30 Solar Recharging Kit
This is similar to the other Goal Zero charger I mentioned previously in this gift guide, but this comes with a weatherproof charger and solar panel, hence the price increase. I like that this was built with the outdoors in mind, so you can be in the most rugged place and still have the ability to stay connected using the sun. How sweet is that?!
JetBoil MiniMo Backpacking Stove + Good To Go Backpacking Meals
Food is one of my biggest concerns on the trail for a few reasons: 1. I have a huge appetite. 2. I travel as a vegan, and 3. I want to get to my food and hit the trails again as soon as possible. The JetBoil helps me achieve all of those things. From boiling water for coffee, literally in seconds, to cooking backpacking meals, soups, and even spaghetti on a cold night in Iceland (trust me I am still shocked about that one), I cannot go camping without this thing!
Stanley Ceramivac Go Series Growler + Stein Gift Set
If there is one thing that I don’t enjoy while hiking, it’s cold coffee, tea, hot cocoa, soup, and anything else that is best served hot. This Stanley gift set is a match made in heaven for those hikers that like to enjoy a cup of coffee at the summit, a hot bowl of soup at the end of a fall day, or even a cold craft beer! This will keep your drinks hot or cold for hours and hours on end so that you can enjoy them whenever you like! Honestly just imagine packing some homemade chili into this thing. Wow.
Black Diamond Alpine Carbon Cork Trekking Poles
A solid pair of trekking poles that are also compactable is one of the greatest things since sliced bread. These trekking poles are lightweight since they’re made from cork and carbon and they offer awesome stability on the trails. The cork wicks away moisture so kiss sweaty hands goodbye AND they even have an extended foam grip that is incredibly useful for more rough terrains. These will last for years on the trail and save your knees along the way!
Animas Watershed Drybag
For all those hiking trips where you know a regular hiking pack isn’t going to cut it, meet one of the best dry backpacks on the planet. This pack is great for multi-day trips as it can hold a few days worth of gear inside and the hip straps help give more stability to your back. These bags are military-grade and used by US Navy Seals! I am dying to get my hands on this pack!
Osprey Eja 48 L Backpack (Womens) or Osprey Exos 48 L Backpack (Mens)
While not everyone is in need of a brand new backpack in their life, there’s always someone on the hunt for an upgrade or their very first hiking pack! Osprey has been my tried and true brand for years now and I love their new Eja backpack! I have it in the beautiful indigo color and it fits all my camping gear perfectly! This pack comes in three different sizes; 38L, 48L, and 58L, so there is a size for everyone! I have the 48L and its plenty of space for everything I need while in the great outdoors!
Suunto Traverse GPS Watch
Another big ticket item on this list for the best gifts for hikers is this easy to use, stylish, and adventure focused GPS watch. No matter if you’re hiking unknown trails, backpacking to new peaks, climbing in the alpine, or surviving the concrete jungle, the Suunto team guarantees that this watch is going to be with you no matter what! It has a 100-hour battery life, barometric trends, storm alarms, distance graphs, digital compass, and so much more packed into this sweet piece of tech! Any hiker would love to flash this on the trails!
Wilderness Survival 101 Class
Something that I’ve always been wanting to do ever since I got into hiking was taking a wilderness survival class. Sometimes before I go out hiking I can get a little bit anxious and think of all the things that go wrong and I think that knowing how to take care of myself in turmoil would be both exhilarating and practical for my adventures! There are classes all over the United States that are available, so there is a list below of the best survival classes you can take! If you still want to give this gift but don’t have the budget, REI offers some wilderness courses that you can view here!
The Best Hiking Gifts For Her
Fjall Raven Kanken Classic Knit Beanie or Carhartt Acrylic Watch Hat
Any complete hiking outfit in the winter months comes with a beanie to keep you toasty through the trails. I love the minimalistic style of this beanie and that it comes in six different muted tones that are perfect for any explorer. Honestly, I wish I could have them all! One of the best things about it is that it was made to be super soft so that it doesn’t make your forehead itchy at all! You can shop the other colors using the link below!
Prana Foundation Long-Sleeve Top
Longsleeve tops are essential for layering and staying cozy. I like styling mine underneath vests, flannels, and my larger coats for extra warmth! Another great thing about this Prana long sleeve top is that they come in a variety of different colors that absolutely rock for photos and style. The top is on the thinner side, so you can even sneak a thermal top underneath it if you need the extra bit!
Prana Brandie Sweater
A lot of the time, a cold neck is the first thing I noticed once those harsh winds pick up and so this sweater helps me retain heat or cool down with the button feature on the neckline! Like the rest of this list for the best hiking gifts for her, this is both stylish and functional at the same time. I like to order my sweaters a little bigger so that I can layer, but this sweater looks great fitted or slouchy.
Patagonia Fjord Long Sleeve Flannel
How cute is this flannel?! The best part about this is that it’s actually a thick and rugged flannel unlike the vast majority of thin, poor quality ones you can buy everywhere else. It’s made from 100% certified organic cotton which is a great plus for the environment and you! Whenever I was making this gift guide, my eyes went to this flannel almost immediately! It’s at the top of my wishlist for the holidays!
Kayeke Glacia Anorak
If you want to support an awesome start-up company, Kayeke is the way to go. While they do have a lot of products in development, their Glacia Anorak is available for purchase! It’s all season, weather repellent, and lightweight so you can take it with you no matter the adventure! I am STOKED for the release of their other outdoor apparel and gear, so help support their company and snatch one of these kickass anoraks!
Patagonia Capilene Midweight Bottoms
A good staple piece. and a gift that any hiker would love to receive, is a solid pair of long john/baselayer bottoms. The capilene line from Patagonia is my favorite by a landslide because they fit in all the right places, are breathable, AND they don’t fall down while you’re in motion. They’re perfect for layering and any outdoorsy woman would love to open these up! I know I would!
Patagonia Capilene Midweight Crew Top
Moving right along with our baselayer trend, you can pair the bottoms that I just talked about with this top! I listed them both in black because I like having black baselayers for some reason, but there are other colors you can choose from for the right style and fit. This top will keep you insanely warm and it was a game-changer on my trip to Iceland!
Mountain Hardwear Stretch Ozonic Pants
These hiking pants are the peanut butter to my jelly. I was afraid when I first purchased them that they were going to make me look frumpy, but once I put these on it was love at first sight. The first trip I took these on was to Iceland and I never had to worry about getting soggy because these kept me dry and warm! They fit snug enough but lose enough for you to be able to put a base layer underneath which ROCKS and they fit with a women’s figure in mind. Seriously I felt like a badass Charlie’s Angel hiking around in these.
KEEN Terradora Midweight Waterproof Hiking Boots
There is nothing like breaking in a fresh pair of hiking boots and once these boots slipped on my feet, I knew it was a match made in heaven. I can step in deep puddles and trudge through shallow rivers in these things and my feet stay bone dry. For so long, I was on the hunt for a moderately cute pair of hiking boots that were also very lightweight and these were the creme de la creme of my options! I love them!
Girlfriend Collective High-Rise Compression Leggings
I used to never hike in leggings since mine would fall down all the time, but once I took these out for a test drive, there was no looking back. The high-rise compression keeps them up all day long and the fabric from these leggings is made from plastic bottles! So when you purchase these, you’re guaranteeing the ultimate comfort on the trails while cleaning up the planet in the process!
The Best Hiking Gifts For Him
Patagonia Brodeo Beanie
Perfect for the outdoorsy man in your life, Patagonia is coming through with this stylish beanie. It’s made from recycled merino wool that is both breathable and insulated whenever it gets wet! It’s the perfect classic styled beanie that looks good on and off the trail!
Patagonia Better Sweater Henley Top
At this point in these best gifts for hikers, you’d think I would be sponsored by Patagonia, but I am not, I just really love the company. I mean just look at this henley sweater. Warm. Stylish. Great color choices. Great company. You can’t go wrong! These styles of shirts look great on guys, in my opinion, and they look awesome dressed up or down! This also happens to look great under the vest that I talk about a few gifts down!
Backcountry Thermal Crew
One can never have enough thermals, so you can’t go wrong with this thermal crew made by Backcountry. They have zillions of other men’s thermals on their website to browse from if you don’t vibe with the color options for this style, but really any thermals are the staples of all staples for hikers! They layer great and they’re perfect if you know anyone traveling for the winter or going on a winter getaway!
Prana Zion Quilted Vest
Vests are highly underrated hiking apparel, and when you encounter those strenuous hikes in cooler weather, you’re going to want something that keeps you warm, but still gives you room for the cool winter breezes. A vest is perfect for this, especially if you layer it over the thermal long sleeve I talked about above! The quilted fabric will keep them warm in all the right areas and the fabric is weather-resistant, so it will keep them safe from all the elements while on the trails!
Patagonia Recycled Wool Sweater
Sweaters are essentials for getting outdoors in the winter season and what better gift to give than this recycled wool sweater from Patagonia? It’s great for layering baselayers underneath while staying warm and stylish on the exterior. The greatest part about this gift is that it’s made from recycled wool, so it’s doing good for the planet as well! It comes in a variety of colors, like many other gifts on this list, so check those out in the link below to find the perfect shade!
Patagonia Insulated Fjord Flannel Jacket
What’s better than a flannel? An insulated flannel that you can wear as a jacket. Boom. Instantly perfect gift for a hiker. This Fjord Flannel Jacket is basically an insulated version of their Fjord Flannel, which is a great option if you don’t have a ton of money for the jacket but still want to grab something cool and within the same clothing category. If the outdoorsy man in your life already has more flannels than they can count, pick this one up and it’ll knock their socks off!
Bradley Mountain Edison Chore Coat
If supporting USA-based companies is your jam, Bradley Mountain is going to be your go-to for gift giving. This Edison Chore Coat was made with style and durability in mind so it’s perfect to wear year-round on the trails, in the workshop, or it can be dressed up with a button-down. This is a thoughtful gift for the hiker in your life that loves modern styles with functionality! This jacket comes in other colors, so click the link below to find the perfect shade!
Fjall Raven High Coast Hiking Trousers
Hiking pants that fit in all the right places are hard to find, but not anymore with these hiking pants from Fjall Raven! While these aren’t completely waterproof, they are moisture-wicking and come with an integrated belt, zippered pockets, and tapered legs for a stylish fit! Quality hiking pants are on the top of every hiker’s wishlist, so if you have the means to splurge on these, trust me, they’re going to be one of the best gifts you’ll give!
Reigning Champ Midweight Sweatpants
You simply cannot go wrong with a quality pair of sweatpants this holiday season. These midweight sweatpants are made from 100% cotton, so there are no micro-plastics or man-made materials in these, which is great for the environment! These come in a couple of different colors to choose from in the link below, but since black is a universal color, it’s always a solid choice for sweatpants. Give the give of a warm campfire hug with these sweatpants!
Julbo Vermont Classic Glacier Sunglasses
Quite possibly one of the COOLEST gifts you can give this holiday season is a pair of these glacier sunglasses by Julbo! These are a classic style of mountaineering sunglasses that are scratch proof and come equipt with shield for pe
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