[Photo: Menno Huber]
With the winter months upon us, staying warm on backcountry trips becomes a little more challenging; it requires careful attention to the gear list.
Josh runs us through the differences between the famous MegaMat and the almost-as-famous MegaMat Lite.
Backpacker has reviewed the one-of-a-kind DownMat TT 9 and rated it "Best Pad" in the Fall 2018 Gear Guide.
Mega Pillow packs small and light (6.5 oz) but is the perfect compliment to our other luxury "mega" products: MegaMats and MegaSleep sleeping bags.
The new Winterlite sleeping bag has a hydrophobic and windproof shell, which keeps the down dry and heat inside.
The Explore is available in women's and men's models in 60 and 75 liter sizes. It hauls gear like an expedition pack with a stout suspension system and organizes amazingly well.
Size medium MegaMat Duo is designed with vehicle use in mind. Below is a video guide to how it works.
If you sleep with a partner at home, why not in the outdoors?