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Camping tents on sale.
SEVERAL ITEMS HAVE AN IMMEDIATE 15% REFUND WHICH WILL BE MADE AFTER PURCHASE TRANSACTION IS COMPLETED.
Go Camping; ALL TENTS ON SALE with FREE SHIPPING
Make safe drinking water. KATADYN MICROFILTER PRICES INCLUDE FREE SHIPPING.
-------------------------Seasonal Reminder: Dress for the weather, not the car.
You can't always avoid the emergency room. But there are simple things to do that can make the best of a bad situation. Click here for tips to deal with trauma (e.g., broken bones, bleeding, etc), chest pain, abdominal pain, respiratory difficulty, and high fever. More info....
Firewood is always a challenge, especially during wet or wintery conditions. Click for a tip...
Always be prepared for survival situations.
Be Safe Out There. Driving to the trailhead, hiking along the trail or bushwhacking and camping in the backcountry need some special techniques and good equipment. Keep your tent, sleeping bag, backpack and other gear in tip top condition.
Safe drinking water is one of your main concerns. Water filters and water purifiers provide safe and convenient water wherever you are.
Be aware of hypothermia whenever in cool, moist windy situations.
So pack up your tent, sleeping bag, and camping gear on your pack frame and get out there.
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Don't be cold again next winter. Chinook "The Beast" sleep gear on sale. Only one left -- get it now!
Backpacking Sleeping Bags
Bag sleeping in a tent or under the stars? Whether looking for a mummy compcat sleeping bag or some rectangular camping sleeping bags, we have camping sleeping bags to suit your needs. Each has a unique set of features, styling and color for your best compact sleeping bag. Select a winter sleeping bag for moderate to colder temperatures or a light sleeping bag for warmer weather and to pack into a compact size. You’ll find that a down sleeping bag sleeps warmer when wet than a synthetic sleeping bag. You’ll stay warm and dry with our backpacking sleeping bags.
Several design factors need considered when selecting a sleeping bag for your particular uses. Look at temperature or comfort rating, total overall weight, size when compressed, overall size, and type of insulation. The type of compression bag also can be a factor.
Temperature rating of the sleeping bag is only a guide. Other variables such as what you are sleeping on (type of pad or next to the ground or snow?), type of shelter (2 or 4 season tent, cabin, outfitter tent, etc.) and, probably most importantly, whether a person normally sleeps “warm” or “cool” in a bed. Usually it’s advisable to choose a temperature rating lower that what is anticipated be needed because one can always open the zipper to cool down.