From sleeping bags to sleeping pods and everything in between, here’s what you need to bring some coziness to the great outdoors.
Rumpl The Original Puffy Blanket
When your comforter from sixth grade just won’t cut it for mountainside chilling, replace it with this 600-fill down blanket. The exterior fabric is ripstop nylon that’s treated with DWR (Durable Water Repellent), so it resists moisture and damage. It also compresses pretty darn small, so you can stuff it in your backpack and spread it out when you find the perfect stargazing spot on a chilly night.
Intex Prestige Downy Airbed Kit With Handheld Battery Pump
The key to a good air mattress while camping is recognizing before you get to the campsite that you probably won’t have electricity. Thankfully this twin airbed comes with a handheld electric pump — just don’t forget six C batteries. This Intex is offered in full- and queen-sized options, with a price tag that is definitely worth it for a better night’s sleep. Just be sure your campsite is cactus-free.
Teton Sports Mammoth Queen-Size Double Sleeping Bag
Grab your boo and your sleeping bag, too. This queen-size double bag has plenty of space for two, and can keep you warm in temperatures as low as zero degrees. It has a super soft poly-fleece liner that feels like your winter sheet set. And it comes with a stuff sack, so you won’t have to fumble with trying to roll up this behemoth when it’s time to hit the road.