THESE ARE A FEW OF OUR FAVORITE THINGS…

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  • BACK PACK– when a Sherpa’s not around

OSPREY BACK PACK Most comfortable pack I’ve ever owned. Great price, Carry on size, durable, lots of organizational compartments, woman specific with torso size options (s, m, l). Hydration-compatible design with drinking tube portholes; reservoir (sold separately) fits in cavity behind mesh back panel. Holds a whooping 65 liters.

  • BUM PADDING

Even when we are not planning on camping, we always carry a sleeping pad. Handy for long bus rides on bare metal seats, picnics in a pinch, and perfect for napping when long flight delays in airports, and sometimes it’s nice to have a barrio against grunde. these pads roll up in a nice little bundle. Now 20% warmer than its predecessor, this 4-season ProLite Plus sleeping pad is the warmest self-inflating mattress in the Therm-a-Rest line.

  • Women and Men specific design, this pad features extra insulation to keep even the coldest sleepers warm and comfortable.
  • Extra insulation makes the Therm-a-rest ProLite Plus ideal for ski touring, cold-weather expeditions and winter camping
  • ProLite Plus is engineered with innovative die-cut foam for maximum efficiency
  • Bottom features an innovative, sticky-dot, non-slip surface

 

  • SLEEPING BAGS

Fluffy cosiness of warmth. Lightweight, highly compactable yet plenty feathers to keep us warm. Halo +25- we’ve stayed plenty warm in 0 degree weather by adding a lightweight sleepsak (silk) and wearing a hat. These are our favorite bags. They are one of the few male/female specific that can zip together (men have left sided zip, women right) so we are not in our separate cocoons. Options of reg or long for both women’s and men’s as well.

 

  • BED SHEETS

ALWAYS. Even the most pampered travelor is faced with groady, questionable beds. A liner helps keep the inside of your bag clean, saving it from the wear and tear of washings And a lightweight silk sleepsack is pretty darn decadant  It can increase the warmth factor efficiency of your sleeping bag by 10°F, and can also be used as a summer ultralight. This one weighs only 7 ozs and compacts to 3×5 inches.

 

  • COMPRESSION STUFF SACK or Ziplock bags

Keeps ya stuff organized, compacted, and the security of waterproofness. These bags are pretty cool- they really suck all the air and extra space out of our little pile of clothes.