Just as there’s a shoe for every terrain there’s a tent for every outing. Your shelter depends on two main things: who you're with, and where you're going. Hopping out of the car and setting up in a group site? A spacious, 4-person tent will give you the room you’ll need to spread out. Hiking in 30 miles? We’d recommend a light 2-peron. Check out what our Gearheads are taking on their summer trips below.
The Camping Checklist
Essential Gear For Hitting The Road
A high quality down sleeping bag is much lighter than a comparably warm synthetic bag. Down also lasts much longer than synthetic insulation, 20 years to synthetic’s 5. You’ll pay for it though—down bags often cost twice the price of synthetic. Synthetic thrives when it’s wet, however, and can outperform down in soggy environs.
How To Choose A Sleeping Bag
Here's To Sleeping Soundly In The Wild
Super light, packable, warm, and comfortable? A good sleeping pad brings only benefits to a camping trip. They add comfort, which translates to valuable hours of sleep, and they bring an insulated layer between you and the ground, increasing warmth.
How To Choose The Right Sleeping Pad
Our Guide To Camping Comfort
Channel your inner celebrity chef, cry over some onions, and make a meal worth remembering in Mother Nature’s kitchen with the cookware our Gearheads cook with.
Molten Chocolate Mug Cake
Trail Snacks With Lentine Alexis
Just because you’re outside doesn’t mean you have to be out of your element. See how we’re leveling up our campsites with the latest packable furniture.