A synthetic sleeping bag with warm, generous cut.
Ready to endure all the elements, these bags offering warmth and protection for winter camping.
These 3-season sleeping bags offer packability, reliability and durability for wherever your adventure takes you.
These bags are ideal for summer backpacking trips, each offering lightweight comfort for warmer temps.
Get the comfort you deserve with horizontal and vertical tubes that add both support and cushion.
This pad offers a thermal reflective barrier for extra warmth at an affordable price.
High-performance and ultralight, this pad offers comfort and great packability.
This roomy bag allows you to lock in your body heat with its cocoon-like structure.
Sleep comfortably and warm in negative temps with this packable bag.
A big-guy favorite that packs small despite the extra internal dimensions.
A synthetic-fill bag with ample loft that offers warmth and comfort.
Feel the heat instantly with this bag as tiny dots in the liner reflect your body heat.
Packability is what you will get with this bag. Durable, yet lightweight, Sierra Designs has created a insulated sleeping bag that is made for comfort.
Lightweight and warm, this sleeping bag has a roomy cut and core insulation.
A minimalist sleeping bag that weighs under sixteen ounces.
Warning: Wearing this jacket will encourage complete strangers to pet you.
Campfire boozing just got a whole lot more sophisticated.
Wall art for the outdoor lover
A shirt that does dayhike and "meet the parents" equally well.
Goose down booties with a nylon shell that pack down super small.
The perfect Merino sock for mountaineering or winter expeditions
A book of photos from a great outdoorsman who was equal parts climber and photogrpaher
It won't carry you up the north face of the Eiger in 2 hours and 47 minutes, but it can tune all the gear you need to do it.
Say hello to my second-most guiltiest pleasure in the backcountry.
Just because they have fur doesn't mean they're not serious backcountry boots.
Just because you're sleeping on the dirt doesn't mean you have to be uncomfortable.
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Just because you can't be in the backcountry everyday doesn't mean you can't dress for it.
Top-shelf summer weight gloves with the added bonus of a touchscreen trapdoor for your index fingers.
A backcountry performance top that performs as good as it looks.
These tough, ultra-lightweight sunglasses are Special Forces worthy–literally.
This upgrade to The North Face's tried and true convertible pant makes the grade.