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  • Women's Clothing (21)
    • Women's Jackets (21)

      Women's jackets for hiking and backpacking in rain, snow or cold weather

    • Women's Shirts (2)

      Women's camping shirts and t-shirts

  • Men's Clothing (27)
    • Men's Jackets (25)

      Men's jackets for hiking and backpacking in rain, snow or cold weather

    • Men's Pants (2)

      Men's hiking pants and convertible pants for hiking and backpacking

  • Boots & Shoes (5)
    • Women's (1)

      The best hiking boots, trail shoes and footwear for women

    • Men's (3)

      The best hiking boots, trail shoes and footwear for men

    • Backpacking Boots (2)

      Backpacking boots are the sturdiest and most supportive boots for carrying heavy loads over a long distance

    • Hiking Boots (2)

      Hiking boots provide comfort, protection and support on rugged trails

    • Hiking & Trail Shoes (1)

      Hiking and trail shoes are best for light hiking and trail running

  • Accessories & Gifts (7)
    • Gifts (7)

      Selections for the outdoor enthusiast on your list

  • Backpacks (32)
    • Daypacks (up to 2700 cubic inches) (7)

      Designed to tote a single day's worth of gear, clothes or books, daypacks are perfect for the trail, around town or the classroom.

    • Vest Packs, Running Vests and Running Belts (1)

      Form-fitting, fast-and-light running packs, vests and belts.

    • 2100-3300 cu. in. (13)

      These packs are sized for overnights or a weekend with smaller lightweight gear.

    • 2700-4300 cu. in. (18)

      Ideally sized to carry an average tent, sleeping bag and a typical weekend's worth of food and gear.

    • 3600-5600 cu. in. (15)

      Larger packs for trips of 3 or more days or weekends with lots of gear.

    • Extended Trip Packs (4300+ cubic inches) (10)

      Ideal for excursions of 5 or more days, our largest pack offerings are built to carry heavy loads over long distances.

    • Ultralight Packs (3)

      Lightweight fabrics and streamlined designs for fast and light hiking and backpacking.

    • Internal Frame Packs (25)

      Integrated framework provides maneuverability on or off the trail.

    • External Frame Packs (4)

      Stability for heavy-hauling and backpacking on established trails.

    • Women's Packs (7)

      High-performance designs for the female hiker and backpacker.

    • Child Carriers (2)

      Maintain your on-the-go lifestyle and introduce your child to the joys of hiking with these backpack-style child carriers.

    • Hydration Packs (1)

      These backpacks feature reservoirs and drinking tubes for built-in hydration.

  • Camp Furniture (1)
    • Camp Tables (1)

      Camp tables, stands and sinks for that home away from home campsite

  • Child Carriers (2)
    • Backpack-Style Child Carriers (2)

      Combining the support and weight-distribution principles found on backpacks with the safety features needed to protect your child, these carriers are for children old enough to sit up by themselves.

    • Premium Child Carriers (1)

      These carriers combine the most supportive, comfortable suspension systems available with an array of features to provide top-line performance.

    • Intermediate Child Carriers (2)

      Balancing performance, features and price, these carriers provide a step up in support and stability from basic child carriers.

    • Basic Child Carriers (1)

      Functional and economically-priced, these carriers are designed to safely and securely carry your child, but do not include all of the higher-end features found on more expensive carriers.

    • Fully-Framed Carriers (2)

      Incorporating lightweight aluminum frames to provide rigid support and stability, these carriers effectively carry heavy loads, including your child, diapers, bottles and other supplies.

  • Lights & Lanterns (1)
    • Headlamps (1)

      Compact and lightweight, headlamps conveniently offer hands-free illumination, allowing you to fully concentrate on other tasks and casting light wherever you turn your head.

    • LED (1)

      Short for “Light Emitting Diodes”, battery-powered LED lamps have a longer life than incandescent bulbs, efficiently use less electricity and are more versatile in that they can be built in varying shapes and color.

  • Sleeping Bags (4)
    • 35 Degree+ (1)

      Single-Season bags for use in summer or warm climates

    • 20-40 Degree (2)

      Down and synthetic bags for three-season backpacking and camping

    • 0-25 Degree (2)

      Versatile, cold-rated three-season sleeping bags

    • Down Fill (2)

      Extremely lightweight and compressible fill material; best suited to dry climates due to reduced performance when wet

    • Synthetic Fill (2)

      Affordable alternative to down fill; maintains insulating qualities even when wet

    • Mummy Bags (2)

      Tapered cut shaves weight and increases thermal efficiency

    • Rectangular & Semi-Rectangular Bags (2)

      Provides roomy comfort for car and family camping

    • Liners & Overbags (1)

      Protect the interior of your bag and increase its temperature range

    • Ultra-Lightweight Bags (1)

      Streamlined designs, with lightweight fabrics and fill make these the lightest offerings available

  • Sleeping Pads (2)
    • Camping Mattresses (1)

      Providing maximum sleeping comfort and warmth, these pads are ideal for camping when you don’t need to haul gear in a backpack.

    • Air Pads (1)

      These inflatable pads use air for cushioning. They’re lightweight and pack smaller than closed-cell foam or self-inflating mattresses.

    • Self-inflating Mattresses (1)

      Open-cell foam absorbs air to self-inflate. These pads are more comfortable than closed-cell foam and don’t have the “bounciness” of air mattresses.

    • Multi-Purpose Mattresses (1)

      Light enough for backpacking, yet comfortable enough for car camping, these pads strike a balance between the extremes of weight and comfort.

    • Backpacking Mattresses (1)

      Ideal for hikers who are willing to sacrifice a little comfort for a lighter weight and smaller stuff size.

    • Ultralight Pads (1)

      Extreme lightweight pads for hikers and climbers who care far more about light weight and small stuff size than they do about comfort.

    • 4-Season Mattresses (2)

      Thicker pads provide more insulation in cold weather and more cushioning comfort in warm weather.

  • Snowshoes (3)
  • Tents (17)
  • Travel (2)
    • Travel Backpacks (1)

      Convertible offerings that double as luggage for air or train travel and a fully-functional backpack once you’ve arrived at your travel destination and the adventure really begins.

    • Duffels & Sports Bags (1)

      A wide array of duffel bags, wheeled duffels and sports bags for hauling clothes and gear for travel abroad, an outdoor adventure or a visit to the gym.

    • Luggage & Carry-On Bags (1)

      Traditional and non-traditional offerings for extended travel, overnight or weekend trips and for carry-on usage.

  • Trekking Poles (12)
    • Trekking Pole Sets (12)

      Poles for hiking, backpacking or snowshoeing.

    • Carbon Poles (4)

      Advanced carbon materials for the ultimate in weight reduction.

    • Ultralight Poles (4)

      Lighter than standard poles, these lightweight designs optimize swing weight for less fatigue.

    • Poles with Anti-Shock (2)

      Impact-cushioning anti-shock systems reduce strain on ligaments and joints.

    • Rugged-Use Poles (6)

      Tough and durable poles for any terrain.

    • Snowshoeing Poles (4)

      While most trekking poles accept add-on baskets for showshoeing, these snowshoe poles have been specifically tuned for use in the snow.

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