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.
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.
Just because you're cooking in the great outdoors doesn't mean you have to resort to whatever you can fit on a stick or in a pot. With the Primus Kinjia Camp Stove, you get a double burner setup that's as portable as any backpack. Its lightweight fold-up design makes it easy to carry, while the powerful burners run off standard propane cylinders and allow you to cook nearly anything you can on a normal range. In addition, the grids and drip tray are completely removable, making it as easy to clean as it is to transport.