Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed

For the most part, we haven't seen much change in the basic idea of what a sleeping bag should be — an insulated tube with a side zipper — but the Sierra Designs Backcountry Bed changes things in a big way. Completely doing away with the side zip (or any zipper for that matter), this bag opts instead for a comforter-like blanket covering an oval-shaped opening at the top of the bag. This design lets you slide in comfortably, while using the comforter to hold in your body heat, or moving it for ventilation. Coupled with polymer treated 600-fill down that resists moisture ten times longer than typical down, and what you get is a versatile alternative for comfortable sleeping that pushes the envelope more than anything since the mummy.

  • Mammut Avalanche Airbag

    Winter sports are great fun — but being caught in an avalanche is not. Keep yourself protected by donning the Mammut Avalanche Airbag. This lightweight pack features an easily stowable deployment handle that sits on the left shoulder strap, and an airbag that will keep you at or near the surface. It also offers a U-shaped aluminum frame to help support the load, a removable snowboard carrier, a spacious main compartment, a front pocket for tools, and a sleeve for a hydration reservoir — so you'll be ready for nearly anything.

  • Fish Hunter Sonar

    Sure, you can kill an afternoon quickly by simply putting your pole in the water, cracking open a beer, and hoping that you get a bite. But if you're on the water to actually catch fish, it helps to know where they are. Fish Hunter Sonar can tell you. Powered by military-grade sonar technology, this ingenious device is so small it floats, and pairs with a smartphone app that allows you to see where the action is, even while the device itself is up to 80 feet away.

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