I'm giving this maximal cushioning shoe a try as a possible solution to a painful neuroma on the bottom of my left foot, which makes walking long miles painful. No question it cruises over small rocks. Used by ultramarathoners, they tell me.
Ursack S29 AllWhite. Carried this on the Colorado Trail in 2015. Worked great the whole time. No problems with critters. Fits about 5 days worth of food comfortably, 6 in a pinch with some creative packing.
STABILicers traction devices. I had a couple of people raving to me about these last night. I've never used them, but they could be cheaper a alternative to the Kuhtoola microspikes that everyone (including me!) seems to love. Read the reviews carefully to see if this is what you need.
Polycryo Ground Cloth. Extremely lightweight and fills the space under my tarp when I am just using the footprint. Easy to dry and clean when it gets wet. Just hold it in the wind for a couple of minutes!
Made-in-US-Army-Military-Surplus-Woodland-Camo-GORETEX-Sleeping-Bag-Bivy-COVER. You can find this for under $50 on Amazon or E-Bay. I picked one up for sleeping outside on my 2015 micro-adventures, overnight wild camping outings to nearby places where I prefer to be discrete.
MSR Carbon Reflex 1. Love this tent. Unless it's July and the mosquitoes are in full force, I generally replace the inner tent with a footprint and use it as a tarp. Plenty big enough for one person. Stood like a rock in Patagonia wind and rain.