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Understanding the Underestimated Camp Quilt

In this series (Part 1, 2, 3), we’ve focused all our attention on understanding the subtleties of finding the perfect sleeping bag. But what if you’re in search of more adjustability and versatility than a traditional sleeping bag offers. For…

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Choosing the Right Fit for Sleeping Bags

OK, so now you understand EN Temperature Ratings and have selected a sleeping bag that will keep you warm on your adventures, plus you’ve weighed the pros and cons of down versus synthetic insulation and made your decision. What’s next?…

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Down Vs. Synthetic Sleeping Bags

Skiing versus snowboarding. Mountain biking versus road biking. Tupac versus Biggie. Who hasn’t engaged in these bottomless debates? Perhaps the mother of all campfire arguments, however, is the age-old synthetic versus down sleeping bag scenario. In this installment of Choosing…

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A Better Sleep System

After each adventure, we return home with newfound wisdom. Sometimes this takes the form of a new skill or items to add or subtract from our packing list. Sometimes, it’s a realization that changes your outdoor experiences forever. In this…

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Into The Wind

The elements are relentless anywhere you go and Iceland is no exception. Although the fjords and stunning views evoke a sense of calm, powerful winds, and stinging cold can instantly shatter your pre-adventure expectations. After all, that’s why they call…

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Conquering “You’ll Nevers” with Heather Laptalo

Being told you shouldn’t do something is tough, but when multiple doctors tell you that you’ll never do something, most people nod their head and begin adjusting their lives. Not Heather. She’s skied, ran and climbed through countless obstacles, both…

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Choosing an Adventure Partner

By Bethany Hughes The weight of the pack on my back, the sun-warmed rock, small tufts of grass growing from the cracks where my fingertips gripped, my sweating palms, the glacial blue waters of Lago Viedma lapping 15 feet below….

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In The Land of Ice and Fire

A place where trolls exist, where the land is magical and the people are hard as  F*$%… how could I say no? In this edition of Therm-a-Rest Explore, photographer Robin O’Neil regales us with her tales of skiing and overlanding…

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