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More gear for comfy nights at camp
Jeffery Cross

More gear for comfy nights at camp

  • Solera +15F Women's Sleeping Bag. This comfy bag’s hourglass shape gives women extra wiggle room around the torso and hips, and piles on insulation in the hood, upper torso, and foot box. $100; slumberjack.com for retailers
  • Eureka Rapidair Mat. Dual valves mean you won’t have to fiddle with a cap in the race against time when inflating and deflating this luxuriously cushy pad. Three different thicknesses, $70–$175; eurekatent.com
  • Coleman LED Quad Lantern. Four mini LED flashlights snap together to create this four-in-one lantern. So while the main lantern’s in use, you can pop out a panel to take with you to, say, the latrine. $70; coleman.com
  • REI Quarter Dome T2 Tent. The mesh roof on this lightweight, easy-to-assemble, three-season, two-person tent makes it perfect for stargazing. $269; rei.com
  • Century 4680 Matchless Stove. You can ignite this lightweight two-burner stove with the push of a button. $62; centurycamping.com for retailers
  • MSR Flex  4 System. These pots, plates, and mugs for four are color-coded and easy to pack. $160; msrgear.com

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