Photography: 316 RangeWax Mesquite vest, Yeti Tundra 45 cooler, Yellow Delrin Locking Sodbuster pocketknife

Whether camping out, fly-fishing, paragliding, or embarking on any other Western outdoor adventure, here are some items you should consider packing or throwing in the back of the truck.

Takes a beating and dries fast — try the Santa Fe Outdoor Hat on for size ($84).

The Carhartt Force Fishing Hoodie allows for comfy casting ($34.99).

A classic pocketknife with your name engraved on it is a must — try the Yellow Delrin Locking Sodbuster ($63.95 with $10 engraving options).

The rechargeable Barebones Forest Lantern won’t simply light up your site, it will also charge your phone ($50).

Take everything you need into the water with the Orvis Waterproof Hip Pack ($219).

Hike all day and hike some more with the Mother of All Boots 2 Mid Gore-Tex ($150).

Randolph Sportsman gold-frame shades look suave and are built for the wild ($280).

The 316 RangeWax Mesquite Vest is weather-resistant with lots of pockets ($140).

The Tundra 45 is just the right size for a group outing ($349.99).

Don’t drink while off-roading, but take a nip of something strong later on, from this leather-wrapped flask ($25).

The X Country Outdoorsman Sock is ideal for all-weather adventures ($28).

The GoPro Head Strap and QuickClip will allow for nice footage with no hassle ($19.99).

Show style and keep liquid warm (or cold) with Pendleton’s new Stanley Vacuum Mug ($39.50).

A versatile hammock-and-tent option can be found in Kammok’s Tent Camping Kit Bundle ($399).

Fire starter, extra fishing line, and many more emergency essentials are packed into the Wazoo Adventure Paracord Survival Bracelet ($89).

The 10-inch Joan polished cast-iron pan works directly over fire, so fry a fish or fry an egg ($295).

We cannot overstate the importance of making morning coffee on a campsite, and this 8-cup Classic Enamelware Coffee Pot will do the trick ($19.95).

And allow us to recommend the blend to bring: Bison Union Co. says its Ranch Hand Coffee is “strong enough to float a horseshoe” ($10.99 for 12 ounces).

Never forget the flashlight: The Magtac handheld LED with clip is a safe choice ($66.50).

The Urban Cowboy fire pit can travel with you and provide a handy place to cook or warm your hands ($1,695).

A solid overnight bag like the Ballistic Nylon Duffle Pack can last a lifetime ($245).

You can sleep comfortably in 40-degree weather with the Cabela’s Mountain Trapper 40F Sleeping Bag ($109.99).

The Bucking Bronc Trucker Hat shows your loyalty to C&I and helps friends easily spot you ($20).

The Co-Angler Tackle Bag has all the organization of a box without the bulk ($69.99).

With luxury and functionality in mind, Bentley Motors partnered with Mulliner to create a Fly Fishing station for its off-road-friendly Bentayga SUV — a beautiful kit including leather-trimmed tackle stations and compartments, a refreshment case, and a waterproof wader-stowage trunk (contact dealer for pricing).

From the April 2018 issue.