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Our Guide to Insulated Sleeping Pads

Our Guide to Insulated Sleeping Pads

Just because the temperatures are starting to drop doesn't mean you have to stop sleeping outside. Camp smarter with an insulated sleeping pad. An insulated sleeping pad blocks the cold ground from your body so that you stay warm all night long. Read ahead to learn more about our wide selection of insulated sleeping pads from ultra lightweight to two person comfort. 

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Sleep Outside Series: Meet Deb

Sleep Outside Series: Meet Deb

Introducing our Sleep Outside Series. Our Sleep Outside Series will feature Klymit employees, influencers, and others who inspire us to get outside. We will be sharing favorite hikes and camp spots, gear, recipes, and more. 

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Best Stuff Sack Ever: Klymit Maxfield Tent Review

Best Stuff Sack Ever: Klymit Maxfield Tent Review

Sturdy, roomy, and a breeze to pack up, the Maxfield two-person launches Klymit into the tent game with gusto!

Klymit’s recent entry into the tent biz is not a surprising one. But with its first run of development, the brand managed to secure a hold in the tent game with unique design elements that are both thoughtful and practical.

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Our Favorite Late Summer Dog Gear

Our Favorite Late Summer Dog Gear

Engearment breaks down it's must have picks for summer dogs. 

At Engearment, our adventure dogs love spending time outdoors as much as we do. And, just like us humans, sometimes dogs need gear upgrades too. Here’s a list of some of our favorite items to treat your fur baby this summer.

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Static V2 wins 2019 Men's Health Outdoor Award for Best Sleeping Pad

Static V2 wins 2019 Men's Health Outdoor Award for Best Sleeping Pad

When Men’s Health editors tested dozens of pieces of outdoor gear over the course of a month for the 2019 Outdoor Awards, one overarching principle quickly became apparent: The important innovations aren’t in new types of gear (Turns out a sleeping bag with arms and legs isn’t a slumber revelation—it’s just a puffy jumpsuit for not having sex in) but in new ways of making fundamental gear more lightweight and easier to transport and set up (Are tents almost too easy to set up now?). There’s so much at stake when you’re outside that everything has to perform, and, more importantly, everything has to have a clear purpose.