Designed for alpine climbs, Patagonia's unusual sleeping bag combines an insulated lower half with a windproof upper shell that you use with a puffy jacket, so you can pack light while still enjoying comfortable sleep.
Sized and patterned to fit on the bed of all hammocks, this V-shaped, no-slip inflatable pad reinforces your hanging sack with ultra-firm back support, allowing you to sleep comfortably in one the whole night through.
We prefer inflatable SUPs because they're convenient, too, but tell me you'd rather not hit the flats with this absolutely gorgeous cedar, aspen, and cherry board and paddle set from Minnesota's Sanborn.
Designed to turn your hammock into a hanging cocoon, this insulated shell lets you chill inside like a caterpillar waiting for your turn to blossom into a beautiful butterfly, oblivious to the rain, wind, and snow outside.
This Aussie-style swag tent reinforces the classic with a screen mesh layer, allowing you to let air through for warmer nights in the wild, all while coming with a watertight layer for three-season utility.
Sporting a string light form factor, Revel's weatherized camp light can illuminate your spot for 20 hours, with an integrated solar charging system that replenishes the battery as soon as the sun comes up.
If you're going to carry a flashlight, why not make it one that doubles as a storage tube and an oil-filled compass? Heck, why not make it indestructible while you're at it. That's what you get with VSSL's newest drop.
A wind blocker, this 10 x 6 foot screen can completely neutralize consistent winds of up to 35mph, ensuring you can enjoy camping, picnics, and any other outdoor activity even on the windiest days of the year.
A redesigned version of Redverz's classic motorcycle tent, this leaner version packs small and light while still giving you a ventilated sleeping area and a garage big enough to hold a fully-loaded adventure bike.
Each stick in this box of matches can burn a flame for up to seven minutes, ensuring you can light up even the most stubborn tinder, all while being gentler on the environment than any other fire starter.
More versatile than your typical bivy tent, this single-person swag-style tent can transform into a hammock shelter when there's no suitable surface to pitch on, ensuring you can camp on the exact spot you've always wanted.
Designed to power using the same fuel canister you use for cooking, this device creates a 225-square foot area where mosquitoes and other pests can't enter, turning your camp into a peaceful bug-free zone.