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Next to your shoes, arguably the most important piece of gear for a comfortable backpacking trip is your backpack - one that is the right size for you and your gear, is a comfortable fit, and appropriate for the type of trip you're headed out on.

  Backpack - Gregory Forester/Triconi - torso (L) Medium volume capacity

3 Days - $29.00 
7 Days - $35.00 
14 Days - $39.00 
21 Days - $42.00 
1 Month - $45.00
This is a great pack for weekend and even week+ trips. We carry three different versions of this model to accommodate virtually any size backpacker – small, medium and long torsos – as explained later.

The packs in this series are rated for up to 40 pounds of gear, but if packed carefully with a balanced load, will satisfactorily carry more pounds than that. But 40 pounds should be way more than enough to get you thru any common 3 – 5 day trip, especially in moderate weather when you don’t have to carry so much in the way of extra clothes. I’ve been out for 8-day trips with this backpack, and that included a space-eating bear canister. Most of our renters won’t need anything bigger. This is also our recommended pack for European travels.

The Triconi is Gregory’s successor to its Forester model, with perhaps more padding in the support belts, but a bit less capacity. The medium torso versions in this series have capacities of 3,600 to about 4,000 cubic inches; long’s are more; small’s are less. If you have a preference between the Forester or Triconi, you can specify so in the “comments box” of the shopping cart; otherwise we send what we have available. You won’t be disappointed either way.

If you do need a slightly larger backpack to carry heavier loads – say between 45 and 55 pounds - we have those as well. Check out our high-capacity packs.

We also have a few packs available that are designed for women, although nearly all packs are reasonably unisex in comfort, form and function.
  Backpack - Gregory Forester/Triconi - torso (m) Medium volume capacity

3 Days - $29.00     
7 Days - $35.00     
14 Days - $39.00     
21 Days - $42.00     
1 Month - $45.00    
Backpack - Gregory Forester/Triconi - torso (s) Medium volume capacity

3 Days - $29.00    
7 Days - $35.00    
14 Days - $39.00   
21 Days - $42.00 
1 Month - $45.00    
  Backpack - Gregory Shasta - torso (L) Hi-volume Capacity

3 Days - $29.00     
7 Days - $35.00     
14 Days - $39.00     
21 Days - $42.00     
1 Month - $45.00    
This pack will readily handle up to 55-60 pounds of gear, which is a lot. You could pack for several people on a weekend trip with that much weight, or could be out a couple of weeks on your own without needing more supplies.

If you only need to carry 40 pounds or less, and/or for weekend and week-long trips, we suggest instead the Gregory Forester.

We also have a few packs available that are designed for women, although nearly all packs are reasonably unisex in comfort, form and function.

We carry models from two manufacturers in this line – the Gregory Shasta and the Kelty Satori. The difference between the two to hikers often boils down to just fit and preferences. You can stuff away your gear in one or two compartments in the Shasta; the Kelty has more external pockets if you like that feature. The Shasta may be bit more adjustable in the fitting; the Kelty can be stripped down in capacity and weight for shorter, lighter trips. Neither will disappoint.
  Backpack - Gregory Shasta - torso (M) Hi-volume Capacity

3 Days - $29.00 
7 Days - $35.00 
14 Days - $39.00 
21 Days - $42.00 
1 Month - $45.00
  Backpack – Designed for Women 15-17" Capacity 4700"

3 Days - $29.00     
7 Days - $35.00     
14 Days - $39.00     
21 Days - $42.00     
1 Month - $45.00    
Backpack – Designed for Women 15-17" Capacity 4700"

Although nearly all packs are reasonably unisex in comfort, form and function, we do have models from two manufacturers that have been designed specifically for women – the Gregory Deva and the Kelty Satori.
 

Backpacking Trowel – for backpacking sanitation

$2.75    

Strong enough to dig yourself a “cathole” in even pretty tough ground, but only weighs 2 ounces. About 11” long and 3” wide – wrap in a plastic bag with your TP and keep outside your pack in a mesh compartment or elsewhere away from your food. And when you've done your business, make use of hand cleaner - your partner whose bag of trail mix you dig into will appreciate it.
  Bear Canisters – Animal-Resistant Food Containers

3 Days - $12.00     
7 Days - $17.00     
14 Days - $25.00     
21 Days - $31.00     
1 Month - $36.00    
Bear Canisters – Animal-Resistant Food Containers When traveling in bear country, the number one precaution you can take is keeping your food inaccessible to bears. That is after all, what they are interested in - there’s no research yet that suggests they think we humans taste like chicken, but they definitely like trail mix, energy bars and the other tasty things we tend to carry in our packs. And a little nighttime raid into camp can be the perfect time for a bear to enjoy some of your food if you don’t take precautions.
  Car Camping Sleeping Bag - 20 degree, regular length

3 Days - $15.00     
7 Days - $21.00     
14 Days - $28.00     
21 Days - $34.00     
1 Month - $39.00    
We have a variety of models of warm, toasty sleeping bags that are best for car camping where weight and volume aren't an issue. These are quality bags from Kelty like the Clear Creek and Sonora models, which when coupled nicely with our Car Camping Mattress Pad ensure a comfortable night's sleep at the campground.
  Cookware - MSR Titan Titanium Kettle

3 Days - $7.00     
7 Days - $10.00     
14 Days - $12.00     
21 Days - $14.00     
1 Month - $16.00    
This is the best thing going for boiling water on the trail – the primary lead-up to dining on anything other than snacks or sandwiches. Whether for adding boiling water to a pre-packaged freeze-dried mix or for coffee or tea, this versatile “kettle” gets the job done. Featherweight at 4.2 ounces, this titanium large cup/small pot/mug holds 3 cups of liquid, and readily conducts heat to the water for a fast boil.
  Cookware – Cook-Sets and Stainless Steel Pots

3 Days - $9.00     
7 Days - $13.00     
14 Days - $15.00     
21 Days - $17.00     
1 Month - $19.00    
For whatever reason, things taste better on the trail. A simple cheese sandwich, something I wouldn’t touch at home, can taste out-of-this world a couple of days into a long hike. And many of the premixed food packages that are now available to backpackers are actually quite tasty. But with the right backpacking stove and cookware, just about anything from the grocery shelves can be served up.
  Granite Gear Traditional #4 Portage Pack - Regular

7 Days - $30.00     
14 Days - $34.00     
21 Days - $37.00     
1 Month - $40.00    
Designed and built to be the ultimate canoe-tripping packs. The anatomically designed harness system and foam padded back panel hugs your body and puts the weight of the load close to your back and on your hips. Heavy-duty side lift handles and haul loop make lifting the pack out of the canoe and putting it on your back easy. This pack is large enough to swallow a lot of gear, about 6,000 cubic inches worth and measures 26"x27"x8.5".
  Hiker Pump Water Filter

3 Days - $14.00     
7 Days - $18.00     
14 Days - $22.00     
21 Days - $25.00     
1 Month - $27.00    
Despite its cool, clear refreshing look, most water available in the backwoods today is not safe to drink unless treated. Various chemicals, bacteria, viruses and plain old mud can turn a simple thirst quencher into gut-wrenching time a few days later as the bugs make their way thru you.
  Lanterns - for car camping/backpacking

3 Days - $4.00     
7 Days - $7.00     
14 Days - $9.00     
21 Days - $11.00     
1 Month - $12.00    
We have a basic, but quite effective battery operated lantern that is best for car camping where weight is not an issue, and a 3-ounce compact tea light candle (pictured) that would be a better choice for a backpacking trip. These are great for what they are, but we want you to know that neither will cast as bright a glow as a propane-fueled big lantern some campers use. Those are too fragile and impractical for renting.
  Leatherman Squirt P4 Multi-Use Tool

3 Days - $5.00     
7 Days - $10.00     
14 Days - $12.00     
21 Days - $14.00     
1 Month - $16.00    
This is the best thing to have in your pocket when backpacking this side of a bag of M & M’s. Great for digging mud out from under your fingernails; pulling cactus spines out of your tush; cutting wire and all kinds of little projects that pop up when camping. Measuring only 2.25” in length and weighing only 2 ounces, this ultra-compact Leatherman P4 is tough as nails. Tools include needlenose pliers, a straight knife, wire cutters, three screwdrivers, a file, opener and an awl.
  Light – Head-Band Style

3 Days - $5.00     
7 Days - $8.00     
14 Days - $10.00     
21 Days - $11.00     
1 Month - $12.00    
Like computers and sneakers, flashlights have come a long way in the last 20 years. Now you can get strong, hands-free lighting in a tiny package that matches the output of those giant tin-can flashlights you had as a kid.
  MSR Canister Stove Fuel

$5.00    
This is the fuel canister for the Pocket Rocket, our featured backpacking stove. It contains 8 ounces of a blend of Iso-butane and propane, a very efficient-burning fuel that’s easy to work with, relatively odorless and mess free.
  Rent a Garmin eTrex handheld GPS - Perfect for basic hiking, Geocaching and Outdoor activity

3 Days - $25.00     
7 Days - $32.00     
14 Days - $35.00     
21 Days - $37.00     
1 Month - $39.00    
You can stay a map-and-compass purist if you want, but looking down at a GPS unit, and within a few seconds knowing exactly where you are, how far it is to the next camp or landmark, how much elevation change you have left, and how much longer it will take is pretty nifty to me. The eTrex is also the easiest to use and is great for group training, company and youth events and geocaching.
  Rent a Garmin eTrex handheld GPS - Perfect for basic hiking, Geocaching and Outdoor activity

3 Days - $25.00     
7 Days - $32.00     
14 Days - $35.00     
21 Days - $37.00     
1 Month - $39.00    
You can stay a map-and-compass purist if you want, but looking down at a GPS unit, and within a few seconds knowing exactly where you are, how far it is to the next camp or landmark, how much elevation change you have left, and how much longer it will take is pretty nifty to me. The 60cx is a high-quality, well-reviewed product from one of the world’s top manufacturers of GPS units.
  Rent a GPS for Bicycle travels and tours

7 Days - $89.00     
14 Days - $129.00     
21 Days - $161.00     
1 Month - $191.00    
Includes Garmin Nuvi 370 w/ Special Bicycle mount. Available in many destinations. Let us know where you are needing the unit when you order.

Rent a Garmin Nuvi 370 - Pocket Sized Auto/Handheld GPS unit for travel to Europe and local.
  Rent a Magellan CrossoverGPS (North America - 2500T) with Topo, Ocean & Streetmaps

3 Days - $39.00     
7 Days - $49.00     
14 Days - $59.00     
21 Days - $67.00     
1 Month - $72.00    
If you only want to take one GPS unit for a variety of travels, this is probably the one. It combines some features of our Handheld GPS units and some features of a typical car navigation unit , and then adds some marine mapping features, into one compact, handy navigational device. 
  Rent a SPOT GPS Personal Tracker & Locator Beacon

3 Days - $39.00     
7 Days - $49.00     
14 Days - $59.00     
21 Days - $66.00     
1 Month - $71.00    
I left home about 35 years ago, but that doesn't mean my mother doesn't still worry about me when I go out on backpacking trips. Maybe in your case it's your spouse, or the employees at work that want to make sure you make it back in time to sign payroll checks. For their peace of mind, the SPOT Personal Satellite Messenger is just the thing.
  Rent a Universal A/C Travel Adapter & Surge Protector

7 Days - $6.00     
14 Days - $9.00     
21 Days - $11.00     
1 Month - $13.00    
The Plexus Universal Travel Power Adapter is the perfect Companian for people who travel around alot.
This design will work in over 150 Countries Including The UK, Europe, USA, Australia, China, Japan, Thailand, Plus Many More.
  Rent an Unlocked Samsung D900 - World Cell Phone for International Travel

7 Days - $49.00     
14 Days - $69.00     
21 Days - $87.00     
1 Month - $102.00    
Looking for the smart, easy, cost effective way to stay in touch with your business or loved ones while traveling internationally? Here is a step by step solution.
  SD Card for Magellan RoadMate 300/360 - Full North America

$69.99    
Pre-loaded SD card products are a convenient way to buy pre-defined map regions for your GPS. Simply insert this SD card into your Magellan RoadMate 300 or 360 for total North American map detail. This card includes extensive points of interest and detailed, seamless maps of all 50 states, Canada, and Puerto Rico. With this card you will no longer have to download maps and regions from the Magellan CD's or deal with multiple regional SD cards.
  SkyScout - Celestron GPS portable star finder

3 Days - $39.00     
7 Days - $49.00     
14 Days - $59.00     
21 Days - $67.00     
1 Month - $73.00    
Whether for fun, a youth event, education or for the sheer joy of knowing what you are looking at, SkyScout is the latest in GPS star searching.

When I was a kid, finding a star would invlove looking at a book, getting coordinates then referencing them with the time and date. Once I finally figured out which star was which, I would have to reference an encyclopedia to learn about it.
 

Sleeping Bag - Kelty 20' Long; Cool Weather

3 Days - $20.00     
7 Days - $26.00     
14 Days - $33.00     
21 Days - $39.00     
1 Month - $44.00    

This sleeping bag is designed for campers taller than say 6’2 or so. It has the same basic style and features of our 25/30-degree regular fit model. Both are lightweight, synthetic-fill bags that meet the needs of most backpackers in cool to moderate weather conditions. These are the lightest and least expensive adult bags we carry, thus perfect for the weight- or budget-conscious.
  Sleeping bag - Kelty Lightyear 25 cool weather

3 Days - $15.00     
7 Days - $21.00     
14 Days - $28.00     
21 Days - $34.00     
1 Month - $39.00    
There are two bags in this series, this one, rated at 25 degrees, and the 40/45-degree version. Both are lightweight, synthetic-fill bags that meet the needs of most backpackers in cool to moderate weather conditions. These are the lightest and least expensive adult bags we carry, thus perfect for the weight- or budget-conscious.
  Sleeping Bag - Kelty Lightyear 45 degree warm weather

3 Days - $15.00     
7 Days - $21.00     
14 Days - $28.00     
21 Days - $34.00     
1 Month - $39.00    
There are two bags in this series, this one, rated at 40/45 degrees, and the 25/30-degree version. Both are lightweight, synthetic-fill bags that meet the needs of most backpackers in cool to moderate weather conditions. These are the lightest and least expensive adult bags we carry, thus perfect for the weight- or budget-conscious.
  Sleeping Bag - Kelty Little Creek 30 degree youth

3 Days - $15.00     
7 Days - $21.00     
14 Days - $28.00     
21 Days - $34.00     
1 Month - $39.00    
Rent this sleeping bag for the younger camper for temps down to 20 – 30 degrees or warmer. It’s rated as a 30-degree bag, but with a good mattress and tent, this bag should work OK a few degrees cooler as a lot of kids seem to sleep warmer than adults. For warmer weather, the young one can always just unzip the bag a bit to allow cooler outside air in.
   Sleeping Bag - Kelty Tech Mummy Synthetic Liner/Summer night bag

3 Days - $15.00     
7 Days - $21.00     
14 Days - $28.00     
21 Days - $34.00     
1 Month - $39.00    
Here’s something handy we offer that when used as a standalone cover isn’t quite a sleeping bag, but is better than trying to go without anything around you. It can also be used as a liner to increase the insulation effectiveness of any sleeping bag we carry.
   Sleeping Bag - Sierra Designs Dreamweaver Flex Women's 15 degree, regular length

3 Days - $29.00     
7 Days - $39.00     
14 Days - $46.00     
21 Days - $52.00     
1 Month - $59.00    
I personally carry the men's version of this sleeping bag, so I know how well it works. It’s rated as a 15-degree bag, but I survived a zero night in a shelter on the AT in it. Not that I would suggest it for that again, but I did survive. (Hint – you should throw your water filter and a hand-warmer in your bag at night if it’s going to be way below freezing, as I learned the hard way.) But forget the extreme scenarios, I bought this one because you can sleep in all different directions in it – on your belly, curled up on your side, or stretched out on your back – and not get all tied up or fall out of your bag in doing so.
  Sleeping Bag - Sierra Designs Sandman Flex 15 degree, regular length

3 Days - $29.00     
7 Days - $39.00     
14 Days - $46.00     
21 Days - $52.00     
1 Month - $59.00    
This is the kind of sleeping bag I personally carry, so I know how well it works. It’s rated as a 15-degree bag, but I survived a zero night in a shelter on the AT in it. Not that I would suggest it for that again, but I did survive. (Hint – you should throw your water filter and a hand-warmer in your bag at night if it’s going to be way below freezing, as I learned the hard way.) But forget the extreme scenarios, I bought this one because you can sleep in all different directions in it – on your belly, curled up on your side, or stretched out on your back – and not get all tied up or fall out of your bag in doing so.
  Sleeping bag – Cold-weather (Kelty 0 - 15 degree)

3 Days - $20.00     
7 Days - $26.00     
14 Days - $32.00     
21 Days - $37.00     
1 Month - $42.00    
Odds are you won’t need our coldest-weather bags unless you’re camping during the winter and winter-fringe months. It rarely gets cold enough to need these bags during other months unless camping at really high elevations – maybe over 14,000’ in the summer for example. We have 2 models in this class – one rated as a 0 degree bag and one at 15 degrees. You can specify your preference in the “comments box” in the shopping cart. Reserve well ahead of time as we carry only a few of these.
  Stove - Coleman Two-Burner Base/Family Camp Stove

3 Days - $12.00     
7 Days - $15.00     
14 Days - $19.00    
This is the stove to use when you are car or base camping where weight and bulk are not issues. It’s not that heavy or bulky, but at 11 pounds, it’s probably too much to try to carry long distances. A better option for backpacking trips would be one or more of the small, lightweight canister stoves.
  Stove - Pocket Rocket Stove for backpacking

3 Days - $7.00     
7 Days - $9.00     
14 Days - $12.00    
When I think of stoves, I think of the big monster gas range thing Mom had when I was growing up. So “stove” seems something of a misnomer when talking about this little 3-ounce rocket that can boil water or fry an egg in just minutes. A “burner” is probably a better description, but the industry calls it a “stove”, and so will we.
  Telescope - Celestron 10 X 25 Extending Telescope

3 Days - $5.00     
7 Days - $9.00     
14 Days - $12.00    
Look cool as a Sea Captain when you whip out this hand telescope instead of clunky binoculars to see afar. A mere 5 ¼ inches when stored and weighing only 8 ounces, this powerful viewing aid comes from Celestron, a world leader in high-quality telescopes. Made of brass with leatherette trim; doesn’t take up much room in your pack, is more rugged than most binoculars and brings things in the distance up close. Almost too close in some cases I found – it takes some getting used to how powerful this tool is. Twist the telescope section closest to your eye to focus.
  Tent - 1-person MSR/ Sierra Designs Tent for Backpacking

3 Days - $25.00     
7 Days - $35.00     
14 Days - $39.00     
21 Days - $42.00     
1 Month - $45.00    
These tents are designed for only one person, typically for a backpacking trip where gear weight and size are an issue. If you want to share a tent with a friend (warning – make sure it’s a close friend with any 2-person tent), or want more room for yourself, check out our 2-person backpacking tents or the 2-person free standing tents. This tent requires staking, so if you’re going to be on sheer rock or frozen-solid terrain, prepare to work hard with the stakes, or use our 2-person free standing tents instead. We don’t carry a free-standing (no stakes needed) one-person tent.
  Tent - 2-person MSR Tent for Backpacking

3 Days - $29.00     
7 Days - $35.00     
14 Days - $45.00     
21 Days - $53.00     
1 Month - $64.00    
These 2-person tents are the ones I often personally use – even on solo trips. It’s definitely heavier than a one-person backpacking tent - by nearly 2 pounds – but on shorter trips to me the weight is worth it to have plenty of room. But I’ve also used it for two – there’s room for two adults sleeping on  standard-size mattress pads, but it is cozy, and this tent offers no protection against a snoring partner.
  Tent – 2-Person Free-Standing Tent for Car Camping/Backpacking

3 Days - $22.00     
7 Days - $29.00     
14 Days - $35.00     
21 Days - $40.00     
1 Month - $44.00    
This two-person classic style is our least expensive tent – even less expensive than our  one-person tents – but it is more than adequate for the typical backpacking or car-camping trip for a couple. This tent is “free-standing”, which means there are no stakes required to hold it up, and it can be moved around after setup. This makes it great for rocky or hard ground where driving stakes might be a problem, or for those who want something really simple to pitch – unfold the two poles, attach the clips, and you’re done. But you're not going to blow away either; there are loops that can be staked with the provided pegs for better wind resistance. 

All of our “family camping” tents are solidly built to withstand punishing weather – to keep the elements outside where they belong. We have 4-person, 5-person, and 6-person capacity versions, mostly from Alps Mountaineering, a USA manufacturer that supplies a lot of Scout troops – we like them too. All are easy to setup – one person can have any size tent up and in use in a matter of minutes. There are 2 simple crossbars that hold up the body of the tent, and a third pole for the waterproof cover – the “fly”. These tents are free-standing (no stakes required), and can be moved around even after setup. However, any tent can be staked with the provided pegs if needed to better resist wind. Instructions are sewn into the stuff sack for reference when needed.

This is a two-wall tent: the tent body, which includes some mesh material on the walls and ceilings for maximum ventilation, plus a waterproof fly cover that goes over the body for protection against rain and provides more insulation. You can leave the fly off if assured of a dry evening. Each version of this tent has two doors, which allows easier in/out access for campers – no more stepping on each other on the way out for a middle-of-the-night bathroom break! These tents are our recommended versions for large group outings such as retreats, family reunions, and parties. We have served up camping gear for as many as 200 people at one event!
  Tent – 3-Person Family Tent for Car Camping

3 Days - $25.00     
7 Days - $35.00     
14 Days - $40.00     
21 Days - $45.00     
1 Month - $50.00    
  Tent – 4-Person Family Tent for Car Camping

3 Days - $29.00     
7 Days - $39.00     
14 Days - $45.00     
21 Days - $50.00     
1 Month - $54.00   
  Tent – 5-Person Family Tent for Car Camping

3 Days - $37.00     
7 Days - $45.00     
14 Days - $52.00     
21 Days - $58.00     
1 Month - $63.00    
  Tent – 6-Person Family Tent for Car Camping

3 Days - $45.00     
7 Days - $55.00     
14 Days - $59.00     
21 Days - $62.00     
1 Month - $65.00    
All of our “family camping” tents are solidly built to withstand punishing weather – to keep the elements outside where they belong. We have 4-person, 5-person, and 6-person capacity versions, mostly from Alps Mountaineering, a USA manufacturer that supplies a lot of Scout troops – we like them too. All are easy to setup – one person can have any size tent up and in use in a matter of minutes. There are 2 simple crossbars that hold up the body of the tent, and a third pole for the waterproof cover – the “fly”. These tents are free-standing (no stakes required), and can be moved around even after setup. However, any tent can be staked with the provided pegs if needed to better resist wind. Instructions are sewn into the stuff sack for reference when needed.
  Tent – Screen Tent for Sun / Bug Protection

3 Days - $29.00     
7 Days - $39.00     
14 Days - $45.00     
21 Days - $50.00     
1 Month - $53.00    
First thing – this tent is not recommended for overnight camping as it has no floor. This classic screen tent is intended for day use to keep out bugs, sun and rain at a camping, picnic or beach site. It is roomy enough to cover a picnic table, while providing 360-degree views.
  Thermarest Mattress Pads - Car Camping Series

3 Days - $12.00     
7 Days - $15.00     
14 Days - $19.00     
21 Days - $21.00     
1 Month - $23.00    
I know you see the guys on Westerns throw down a saddle and a blanket and blissfully doze off. Don’t buy that myth. If you try to save a few bucks and plan to just sleep directly on the tent floor, you’ll be in for one miserable night. Our Thermarest pads are just the solution to keep the bumps out of your back and the chills off your spine.
  Thermarest Mattress Pads - Extra Large Base Camp Series

3 Days - $17.00     
7 Days - $20.00     
14 Days - $24.00     
21 Days - $27.00     
1 Month - $30.00    
I know you see the guys on Westerns throw down a saddle and a blanket and blissfully doze off. Don’t buy that myth. If you try to save a few bucks and plan to just sleep directly on the tent floor, you’ll be in for one miserable night. Our Thermarest pads are just the solution to keep the bumps out of your back and the chills off your spine.
  Thermarest Mattress Pads - Lightweight 3/4

3 Days - $12.00     
7 Days - $15.00     
14 Days - $19.00     
21 Days - $21.00     
1 Month - $23.00    
I know you see the guys on Westerns throw down a saddle and a blanket and blissfully doze off. Don’t buy that myth. If you try to save a few bucks and plan to just sleep directly on the tent floor, you’ll be in for one miserable night. Our Thermarest pads are just the solution to keep the bumps out of your back and the chills off your spine.
  Thermarest Mattress Pads - Lightweight Backpacking Series

3 Days - $15.00     
7 Days - $19.00     
14 Days - $24.00     
21 Days - $27.00     
1 Month - $30.00    
I know you see the guys on Westerns throw down a saddle and a blanket and blissfully doze off. Don’t buy that myth. If you try to save a few bucks and plan to just sleep directly on the tent floor, you’ll be in for one miserable night. Our Thermarest pads are just the solution to keep the bumps out of your back and the chills off your spine.
  Thermarest Mattress Pads - Standard Backpacking Series

3 Days - $12.00     
7 Days - $15.00     
14 Days - $19.00     
21 Days - $22.00     
1 Month - $25.00    
I know you see the guys on Westerns throw down a saddle and a blanket and blissfully doze off. Don’t buy that myth. If you try to save a few bucks and plan to just sleep directly on the tent floor, you’ll be in for one miserable night. Our Thermarest pads are just the solution to keep the bumps out of your back and the chills off your spine.
  Trekking Poles (Set of 2) – for hiking support and balance

3 Days - $14.00     
7 Days - $19.00     
14 Days - $25.00     
21 Days - $30.00     
1 Month - $33.00    
Most customers think – “I don’t need hiking poles! Those are for older folks with bad knees, not me!” Think again.

Look at it this way, by answering these questions:

Do you ever grab the handrail when going up or down a stairway?

If you step onto the seat of a chair to reach something, do you first grab the back of chair for balance?

Who falls down more – two-legged or four-legged animals?
  Two-Burner Stove Propane Fuel

$3.50    
This is the fuel to use with our two-burner base camp stove. If you need fuel for the smaller Pocket Rocket Backpacking Stove, then follow this link for information on our canister fuels.
  Water Bladder - MSR Hydromedary 3-Liter Container

3 Days - $5.00     
7 Days - $7.00     
14 Days - $9.00     
21 Days - $10.00     
1 Month - $11.00    
One key to a happy backpacking experience is availability and convenient access to plenty of water. To make sure you have clean, potable water – that is, the de-bugged kind – you need to treat it with at least a pump water filter to be safe. But what do you do with the water after treatment? Some hikers carry plastic bottles to drink from, which are fine for short trips and day-hikes. For more convenience and carrying capacity though, we recommend a water “bladder”, which is a bag that will fit in or on your backpack with an attached hose you can draw water from.

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