Keith Erps |
September 25, 2018
Our zoned insulation is, more or less, being selective and intentional of where and how much fill we place in our sleeping bags.
September 20, 2018
Spending 100 days and nights in National Parks gives you a pretty good idea about how comfy your cot and camp might be.
Choosing the type of pad you want, you’ll want to factor in the pads R-Value and packed size before heading out on your next adventure.
After a hard day of cragging, trail running or paddling, your base camp should be an oasis that promises comfort, relaxation, and tranquility.
The warmth of your pad is crucial to resting better, so should you look at a R-value or a degree rating when selecting your pad? We dive into the science of protection from the cold, hard ground.
Eric Hanson |
July 5, 2018
Spending a month thru-hiking in the high desert means your gear will see a myriad of conditions, ranging from freezing desert nights to furious rains and inescapable heat. Eric knows the importance of a quality sleep system.
Chris Pickering |
June 27, 2018
Pros and cons of common gear dichotomies like tents vs. tarps, air mattress vs. closed cell foam, cooking stoves vs. cold soaking, and suspension framed packs vs. going frameless.
Ever wish you had a little extra versatility and comfort at camp? The solution could be pretty simple. Bringing the right gear for your trip might mean adding a second sleeping pad to your gear closet.
Dan Hilden |
May 17, 2018
There is a fine line between bringing too much and not bringing enough when going into the backcountry. Learn how to pack light without sacrificing comfort.
Alisa Geiser |
May 3, 2018
Packing for a self-supported adventure is part puzzle, part math equation, and part self-reflection. Alisa Geiser shares her adventure bikepacking in China and the versatile gear she depended on.
Martina Brimmer |
April 12, 2018
A guide through the essentials of bike-camping, from selecting your adventure wagon, route-finding, and packing principles in order to prime you for your next adventure.
As you prepare for a bike-camping trip it’s important to consider your gear. Not just your bike and apparel, but your camping gear and, perhaps most importantly, your sleep system.