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  1. Staff picks: Our camp kitchen set-ups

    Staff picks: Our camp kitchen set-ups

    It seemed like a simple ask—‘what’s your go-to camp kitchen set-up?’

    Not at Sea to Summit.

    This seemingly innocent question resulted in weeks of inter-office debating (the ups-and-downs of sporks, collapsible vs.

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  2. How three women are tackling climate change in the wilds of Patagonia

    How three women are tackling climate change in the wilds of Patagonia

    The wild and remote Southern Patagonian Ice Field are the largest—and most unexplored regions—in the southern hemisphere outside of Antarctica. For many adventurers, they’re one of the last great unexplored frontiers.

    They’re also melting into the ocean

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  3. 19 Things I’ve learned while bikepacking the world

    19 Things I’ve learned while bikepacking the world

    I didn't know anything when I started bikepacking—besides how to tighten a few bolts here and there, change the chain, put some lube on it and hope everything will work out.

    Travelling the world on two wheels has taught me a lot—from
    bike mechanics and one pot wonders,

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  4. UNDERSTANDING DOWN, LOFT + FILL POWER

    UNDERSTANDING DOWN, LOFT + FILL POWER

    Down is one of the oldest insulations around—and yet it’s still arguably the best.

    It’s also one of the most misunderstood materials. Most people kind of know what it is and how it works but when faced with a room full of down sleeping bags, jackets and ‘loft ratings,’ things

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  5. Which dry bag should I choose?

    Which dry bag should I choose?

    Which dry bag should I choose for my next [insert activity] adventure? We get asked that a lot here.

    And fair enough. We make a lot of dry storage solutions at Sea to Summit—from ultralight Nano Dry Sacks to burly

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  6. WHAT’S A SLEEP SYSTEM?

    WHAT’S A SLEEP SYSTEM?

    Us outdoor gear designers, we talk a lot about ‘sleep systems’ these days.

    It’s just a natural evolution of the design process. When
    you’ve spent as much time engineering sleeping products as we have, you have a
    lot of time to think about how one component

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  7. HOW TO WASH A SYNTHETIC SLEEPING BAG

    HOW TO WASH A SYNTHETIC SLEEPING BAG

    A stinky sleeping bag won't make you any friends in the wild—or keep you very warm.

    The dirt and body oils on the fabric of your synthetic sleeping bag can find their way through to the synthetic fill, affecting its ability to loft up and keep you warm.

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  8. HOW TO WASH A DOWN SLEEPING BAG

    HOW TO WASH A DOWN SLEEPING BAG

    The funk of a well-loved sleeping bag can really take away from the fresh air of the outdoors.

    But more importantly, the dirt and body oils on the shell fabrics can find their way through to the down fill, affecting its ability to loft up and keep you warm.

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  9. HOW TO REPAIR YOUR SLEEPING MAT

    HOW TO REPAIR YOUR SLEEPING MAT

    Don’t let a leaky sleeping mat get you down. Here’s everything you need to know to fix a puncture or tear in your Air Sprung Cell or Self-Inflating mat.

    While our mats are manufactured and rigorously tested to be some
    of the strongest out there—a sharp rock or rogue

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  10. HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST SLEEPING BAG FOR YOU

    HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST SLEEPING BAG FOR YOU

    No sleeping bag is right for everyone but finding the right one for you is a game-changer.

    After all, a good sleeping bag is going to give you the rest and recovery you need to keep exploring—and see you through overnight adventures for years to come.

    There's a lot more to consider than reviews or budget when choosing this vital bit of gear. From where you’re

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