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The North Face Tuolumne 2 Tent

Originally produced by The North Face in the ‘70s, the Tuolumne is finally back. Updated for the modern camper, this 2-person tent features a PU-coated fly with fully taped seams and no-see-um mesh vents, and is compatible with the Tentertainment system (sold separately), which holds your tablet overhead on movie nights.

Marmot Yurt Sleeping Bag

As comfy as the down comforter on your bed at home, this full-size rectangular shaped bag is stuffed with 650-fill water-resistant down and has a soft brushed lining surrounding your head and chest. Rated to keep you warm down to 35 degrees, it’s ideal for summer car camping trips.

Kelty Trekker Backpack

With its external aluminum frame, the Kelty Trekker pack will remind your dad of the backpacking trips he took in the ‘60s. The adjustable suspension, hydration bladder compatibility, and generously padded straps give you the performance you need for extended trips.

Stanley Vacuum Bottle

The Stanley Thermos has been an outdoors mainstay for nearly a hundred years. The double-wall stainless steel design is as tough as nails and will keep your coffee hot for up to 24 hours.

MSR Alpine StowAway Pots

Made from durable stainless steel with a hinged handle that flips over the lid and locks into place, MSR’s StowAway Pots have a classic look and will last for a lifetime of camping adventures. Available in four sizes ranging from .5 liters to 1.6 liters.

Coleman Northstar Dual Fuel Lantern

No classic camp setup is complete without a couple of Coleman’s Northstar Lanterns to light the way after sunset. Dual Fuel technology allows you to run the lantern on either Coleman’s liquid fuel or unleaded gasoline; piezo ignition lights the lamp with a push of a button and a knob allows you adjust the brightness.

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