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Best Camping Tents

Camping gear manufacturers are always looking for new ways to innovate. The best camping tents are versatile, comfortable, and fun to use thanks to innovations like lightweight composite materials and innovative new designs. The latest generation of camping tents can handle a wide range of conditions while providing you with unmatched comfort.

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Arc’teryx Atom Lt Hoody

The Arc’teryx Atom Lt (lightweight) Hoody is a higher-end, synthetic insulated jacket that works well as a lighter micro puff shell. The smooth faced design of this windbreaker has an almost taffeta appearance but is made of durable nylon and coated in a DWR finish (durable water repellent) coating.

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Oregon Camping

Ultimate Guide to Camping in Michigan

The state of Oregon offers some of the lushest and most scenic camping destinations in the Pacific Northwest. Explore all that the Beaver State has to offer by visiting one of their world-famous campgrounds and parks.

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25 Brilliant Camping Hacks

Few experiences stack up to a great camping trip. Packing up all your stuff, taking a long journey to the outskirts of town, and setting up camp puts hair on your chest. That’s until you have to rough it.

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Best Camping Mattresses

Best Camping Mattresses

A camping trip is an amazing occasion to enjoy the outdoors, try some new things, and spend quality time with your family. It’s important to get a good night’s sleep to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible during your trip.

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Patagonia Houdini Jacket

Patagonia Houdini Jacket

The Patagonia Houdini jacket is a durable, wind-resistant, featherweight jacket for outdoor activity. Whether you’re backpacking, hiking, biking, sailing, or even backcountry skiing and need to add a windbreaker layer to your gear, the Houdini is worth checking out.

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