Solo Stove Bonfire

With sleek looks and a nearly smokeless design, the Solo Stove Bonfire is an ideal way to heat up on chilly nights. The double-walled design has holes in the bottom to let oxygen feed the fire from below, while warmer oxygen is channeled up through the walls and into the fire through holes at the top, causing secondary combustion that results in very little smoke and a more complete burn. It's made from high-grade 304 stainless steel that undergoes a multi-step finishing and polishing process, so it's both durable and stylish, and at roughly 20 inches across and 14 inches tall, it's highly portable yet big enough to warm your whole party.

  • Kamprite Tentcot

    Combining an elevated sleeping platform and a matching tent, the Kamprite Tentcot lets you rest soundly on the trail, safe from bugs, rodents, snakes, and even rain. It sets up easily, going from a compact 12 x 12 x 45 inches to a roomy 84 by 40 by 53 inches. It sleeps two, as it's nearly as large as a queen mattress, supports 500 lbs., has doors on either side with an outer cover for privacy and an interior mesh cover for airflow, and comes complete with a wheeled carry bag, a simple carrying bag for the tent only, and a fitted waterproof rain fly to keep you dry in bad weather. Also available in single-person varieties.

  • Filson x Feathered Friends Sleeping Bag

    Based in Seattle, Feathered Friends knows a thing or two about staying warm and dry. The Filson x Feathered Friends Sleeping Bag draws on this experience to create a capable outdoor collab. Filson's 6 oz. dry finish cover cloth is used for the gray outer shell, while the snap-in inner liner is made from 8-oz. Alaskan Guide cotton flannel. In between is a layer of nylon taffeta, and for added protection in the harshest weather, there's a zipper-attached condor hood.

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