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Fimbulvetr Snowshoes

Snowshoeing is probably not everyone's first choice for an exciting winter sport, but that may be because they haven't done it with Fimbulvetr Snowshoes. Constructed from Dupont Hytrel, a thermoplastic elastomer known for its combination of flexibility and strength, these snowshoes use a honeycomb pattern to help them flex naturally, while evenly distributing your weight over the snow. An all-direction hinge, lightweight construction, comfortable bindings, and steel Fenris crampons make walking almost as easy as it is on normal terrain, while providing a great fit and feel. And if that still doesn't get you excited about snowshoeing, you should at least get excited about not having to trudge through a foot or so of snow this winter.

  • Kelty Mach AirPole Tent

    Chances are you've been there — setting up a tent in a storm, in the dark, after a long drive, or a day of hiking — when the last thing you want to do is bother with clumsy poles. The Kelty Mach AirPole Tent ($300) eliminates the frustration involved with setting up most tents, thanks to its inflatable AirPoles. All you need to set it up is the included dual-action floor pump, which lets you set the tent up in under a minute. That way you can do what you really want to do: get comfortable and relax. The tent accommodates four campers comfortably, easily deflates when it's time to pack up and go, and has plenty of useful features like a vestibule, integrated rainfly, and double zippers.

  • Alite S.H. Sleeping Bag

    There are plenty of ways to keep warm on a chilly night of camping, but the Alite S.H. Sleeping Bag ($120) — even though it's rated to 20 degrees fahrenheit — was made with one particular method in mind. Designed to allow the sleeper to easily zip one or more bags together, these bags were made for you to have sex in (we'll just let you guess what the S.H. signifies). But, that's not all they're good for. In addition to the zippers on either side, these bags also feature a center crotch zipper, padded feet, and built-in fleece slippers so you can open them up at the legs and walk around while wearing them. Arm holes let you free your appendages up for a wide range of motion, while a drawstring hood lets you cinch things down tight.