The Big Agnes Bunk House 4 tent is like having a cozy cabin for camping. It’s large enough to stand up inside, has plenty of room for two cots, and the attached awning makes a great front porch for hanging out.
The Altitude Sun Hoodie from Outdoor Vitals is the lightest top layer option available – both in weight and in breathability. Made from a moisture-wicking mesh-like fabric, this is my top choice for hiking in hot weather.
The Zenbivy is a different type of sleep system – part quilt, part sleeping bag – designed to be more like sleeping at home.
The NovaPro Jacket from Outdoor Vitals is a feature-packed ultralight (and seriously warm) jacket. Utilizing a stitch-less baffle construction to keep out wind and rain, this jacket is made for cold weather.
I’ve been looking for warmer base layers to wear on cold weather camping and backpacking trips and these heavy and midweight merino wool items from Woolx fit that bill.
The REI Norseland 2 Parka is an extremely warm insulated layer for the coldest conditions in the Pacific Northwest.
The One Bottle Hydration System adds a hydration hose to a wide mouth Nalgene bottle for taking frequent sips while hiking without stopping.
The Appalachian Gear All-Paca Fleece Hoodie is a warm yet lightweight mid-layer that has great breathability due to the 100% alpaca fiber.
The REI Flash Air 2 is an ultralight backpacking tent with plenty of room for two people at a lower price than similar options.