Snuggle up on your next camping trip in The North Face Twin Peaks BX Sleeping Bag ($160). This oversized two-person bag features two full-length zippers, an insulated tricot thermal gasket to trap warm air between sleepers, Heatshield Optimal Technology synthetic insulation to keep you warm down to 20º Fahrenheit, dual gadget pockets, a full-length draft tube, and an included nylon stuffsack.
Forget the canned beans and other campfire staples — cook up real meals in the deepest of wilderness with the MSR Flex 4 System Cookset ($160). This nesting set includes a 3.2-liter nonstick DuraLite DX pot, a 5.3-liter hard-anodized pot, 2 strainer lids, 4 polypropylene DeepDish plates, 4 insulated mugs and a pot handle, all of which packs down to an easily luggable 9.2 x 5.8 inches, leaving you plenty of room for other essentials.
If you see fishing as more of a hiking adventure than a day of drinking beer at the local pond, the Safe Passage Hydration Chest and Day Pack ($150) is for you. This backpack-styled vest features a neoprene-insulated bladder that holds roughly half a gallon of water to keep you hydrated, seven front pockets for all your gear, integrated hand-warmer pockets, a net holster, and more.