Updated Dec 2021 :
Down is one of the best insulators there is; it's light in weight and traps heat efficiently. Enough to keep even the coldest cozy.
Lightweight and windproof with a 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell and 800-fill-power Advanced Global Traceable Down.
Wool is an amazing insulator AND helps with absorbing moisture which is perfect for feet.
Full cushioning on the entire sock adds warmth and protection so you can go farther on every hike. Merino wool content is ZQ certified to ensure sustainability.
This may be one of the most important essentials. When sleeping you lose your body heat to the cold ground which is why this base is vital to keeping you warm at night!
Primaloft insulation which gives it an R-value of 4.5 for increased warmth, and a quick inflation valve makes blowing it up or deflating it a breeze.
Like an extra blanket on a bad a liner inside your bag adds an additional layer of insulation and adds degrees of warmth to your sleeping bag.
Premium AA-grade ripstop silk keeps you unbelievably comfortable for how durable it is, and comfort stretch panels allow this liner to move with every toss and turn.
More wool! As mentioned before wool is a great insulator and there is nothing warmer than a pair of wool pajamas. Plus it dries quickly and keeps it's insulating properties when wet.
Heavier merino wool knit provides us significant warmth, ventilation, and odor resistance for a cozy, pampered feel while we brave the coldest winter chills.
Another essential! Literally designed to keep a cap on your body heat. It not only keeps your head and ears warm from cold weather but your entire body as well.
Trap in heat with the SmartWool Beanie. Exclusively constructed with merino wool, this hat is a 4.0 student when it comes to regulating your temperature.
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