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Camping Gear & Clothing Black Friday Shopping List

Check out our quick Black Friday shopping list for the camper in your family. No matter if you live in the Southeast or Midwest or Northeast we have them covered!

Cold Weather Camping - Mountain Edition

Many adventurous campers continue camping on mountainsides well into the winter. Read up on what you’ll need to prepare yourself for such harsh conditions.

Sleeping Bags for Deep Winter Camping

The most adventurous campers don’t take a break from sleeping outdoors, no matter the season. Pack the right sleeping bag if you’re camping outdoors during winter and read which bags can help you the most.

Snowshoe Options

Since its inception, snowshoes have become diverse in user base as well as its intended use. Read our post on the snowshoeing options available for a diverse pool of enthusiasts.

Winter Camping Tents

Camping during the winter months can be as rewarding as it is in the summer but it’s crucial to prepare accordingly with the right tent. Read our post and learn which tents can help you enjoy winter camping.

What is Frostbite

Frostbite, or congelatio, is defined as body tissue injury caused by exposure to extreme cold, causing ice crystals to form under the skin and blood vessels, which may result in gangrene. Learn more about the symptoms within our post.

Winter Footwear

The cold weather is settling in and winter is right around the corner. That doesn’t mean you can’t go outside; rather, there are ways to keep warm, particularly your feet. Take a look at our post and see how you can keep your feet warm.

Preventing Winter Dehydration

While you’re exploring the outdoors, it’s crucial to never disregard dehydration during the winter months. Read our blog post for tips on how to prevent winter dehydration.

5 Things to NOT Let into Your Boots

Read up on the top 5 things you should actively avoid getting caught in your boot while you’re out and about.

Safety Tips for Walking on Ice

Ice may be a miracle of nature, but an ice adventure still warrants caution and safety. If you are ice skating, snowshoeing, fishing, or snowmobiling – it is important to know how to gauge the safety of a frozen body of water.