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Mountain Hardwear
$300.00 $224.95 at Sierra Trading Post

Thereand#39;s no need to fire up the grill for heat when youand#39;ve got the down-insulated warmth of Mountain Hardwearand#39;s 3...2and#176;F Hibachi sleeping bag. Q-Shield Downand#174; in a comfort mummy cut keeps you warm without weighing you down, even in damp conditions. Available Colors: BACKCOUNTRY GREEN. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$275.00 $204.95 at Sierra Trading Post

A great choice for mild, damp nights, Mountain Hardwearand#39;s 15and#176;F Hibachi down sleeping bag features water-repellent Q.S...hield Downand#174; that keeps you warm even when wet. Available Colors: GRAPHITE. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$750.00 $562.50 at Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwear's 20and#176;F Spectre down sleeping bag features a waterproof breathable DRY Q Elite shell, ultralight 800 fill ...power down insulation and an internal two-piece draft collar to ensure sound nights of sleep throughout your whole expedition. Available Colors: BACKCOUNTRY GREEN. Sizes: LEFT HAND. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$239.95 $179.96 at Backcountry.com

Even if you're Ueli Steck, you can't carry the wrong pack and expect to reach all your objectives smoothly and easily (actually, U...eli could probably climb K2 in 17 minutes toting a duffel bag, but still.) For serious mountaineers and climbers who aren't quite as nuts as Ueli, Mountain Hardwear made the Direttissima 50 Backpack, which lets you customize the support, weight, and volume so you can use it as an approach pack or a small, light bag for the summit push. When you've set up base camp, pop out the body-conforming HardWave framesheet, aluminum stay, padded waist belt, and top pocket to shave a serious amount of weight, and attach the thin webbing belt for lightweight support on those tough technical pitches. The Direttissima comes with tons of gear-carrying options, from a zippered back compartment to a crampon stash pocket to lash points and compression straps, so you can always have what you need accessible, and is made of rugged nylon and X-Ply Ripstop, so squeeze chimneys, crampon points, and tree branches won't poke holes in your hopes and dreams. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$239.95 $179.96 at Backcountry.com

Even if you're Ueli Steck, you can't carry the wrong pack and expect to reach all your objectives smoothly and easily (actually, U...eli could probably climb K2 in 17 minutes toting a duffel bag, but still.) For serious mountaineers and climbers who aren't quite as nuts as Ueli, Mountain Hardwear made the Direttissima 50 Backpack, which lets you customize the support, weight, and volume so you can use it as an approach pack or a small, light bag for the summit push. When you've set up base camp, pop out the body-conforming HardWave framesheet, aluminum stay, padded waist belt, and top pocket to shave a serious amount of weight, and attach the thin webbing belt for lightweight support on those tough technical pitches. The Direttissima comes with tons of gear-carrying options, from a zippered back compartment to a crampon stash pocket to lash points and compression straps, so you can always have what you need accessible, and is made of rugged nylon and X-Ply Ripstop, so squeeze chimneys, crampon points, and tree branches won't poke holes in your hopes and dreams. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$239.95 $179.96 at Backcountry.com

Even if you're Ueli Steck, you can't carry the wrong pack and expect to reach all your objectives smoothly and easily (actually, U...eli could probably climb K2 in 17 minutes toting a duffel bag, but still.) For serious mountaineers and climbers who aren't quite as nuts as Ueli, Mountain Hardwear made the Direttissima 50 Backpack, which lets you customize the support, weight, and volume so you can use it as an approach pack or a small, light bag for the summit push. When you've set up base camp, pop out the body-conforming HardWave framesheet, aluminum stay, padded waist belt, and top pocket to shave a serious amount of weight, and attach the thin webbing belt for lightweight support on those tough technical pitches. The Direttissima comes with tons of gear-carrying options, from a zippered back compartment to a crampon stash pocket to lash points and compression straps, so you can always have what you need accessible, and is made of rugged nylon and X-Ply Ripstop, so squeeze chimneys, crampon points, and tree branches won't poke holes in your hopes and dreams. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$98.95 $74.21 at Backcountry.com

The Mountain Hardwear Agama Backpack fully capable of getting you to school or work and back again. Come the weekend, pull out the... papers and books and switch out the laptop for a hydration reservoir, and you're ready for a day in the backcountry. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$249.95 $187.46 at Backcountry.com

Sound the alarm: the Mountain Hardwear Heratio Women's 32-Degree Down Sleeping Bag is setting sleepers on fire (in a good way, min...d) and this three-alarm blaze of warmth and comfort doesn't show any signs of slowing down. You can't put it out with water, since the 650-fill down's been treated with Q. Shield to resist water, and the tough nylon shell has a DWR coating to further keep the wet at bay. Neither can you just expect everything to cool down on its own, since the ThermoTrap baffle system keeps down in place for increased warmth and the women's-specific mummy shape provides extra insulation around the torso and feet, where ladies need it most. The Heratio's rated to be comfortable down to 32, making it a perfect, lightweight late spring, summer, and early fall bag for campers, backpackers, and sleeping enthusiasts. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$219.95 $153.96 at Backcountry.com

Due to its Thermal. Q synthetic insulation and water-resistant DWR finish, the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 20 Sleeping Bag is a solid... choice for cool temperatures and damp, high-humidity conditions. The innovative Lamina construction eliminates the cold spots caused by standard baffle stitching, the tailored hood and face gasket ensure that precious body heat stays in, and the comfort mummy cut allows for a little more movement than standard mummy cuts. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$219.95 $153.96 at Backcountry.com

Due to its Thermal. Q synthetic insulation and water-resistant DWR finish, the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 20 Sleeping Bag is a solid... choice for cool temperatures and damp, high-humidity conditions. The innovative Lamina construction eliminates the cold spots caused by standard baffle stitching, the tailored hood and face gasket ensure that precious body heat stays in, and the comfort mummy cut allows for a little more movement than standard mummy cuts. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$326.40 $195.84 at Backcountry.com

Mountain Hardwear makes a lot of sleeping bags, so it's saying something that the Phantom 32 Degree Women's Down Bag is the most p...opular down bag the company sells. Upon closer inspection, though, it's not particularly surprising. After all, the Phantom's loaded up with 800-fill Piumino down that packs down to practically nothing without losing any of its loft, and uses tightly-spaced baffles to keep the insulation where it belongs so you don't wake up in the middle of the night lying in a puddle of sweat with your feet frozen into a block of ice. In fact, the Phantom's expressly designed to keep your feet cozy, with a special footbox that encourages natural foot position for serious warmth and comfort when you're drifting around in dreamland, and although it's only a two-plus season bag, it has winter-ready features like a draft tube along the zipper and a six-chambered hood that maintains even loft around your head to keep your brain warm for increased dreaming power. All this, and we haven't even touched on the most important feature that the Phantom has, or, more precisely, doesn't have: weight. Despite all these warm and comfortable details, it checks in a miniscule, a microscopic, a minimal 1. 7 pounds, which is probably the same weight as the lunch you just ate. High-loft down is renowned for being ultralight, and the Phantom's mummy shape eliminates any extra fabric (although the soft taffeta lining and ripstop nylon exterior are pretty nice) that would weigh you down on the trail. Even the face gasket is filled with the same 800-fill down, so you'll be toasty during all your spring, summer, and early fall camping, stargazing, and road-tripping. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$799.95 $639.96 at Backcountry.com

Plan your trip, gather your expedition partners, and set off into the mountains with the Mountain Hardwear Banshee Sleeping Bag. T...he Banshee sleeping bag is worthy of the elite cold-weather camper, and as such it boasts a fully waterproof breathable shell on the outside and water-repellent down insulation on the inside. Water repellency allows this down insulation to resist moisture and maintain high loft in wet weather--a trait uncommon to other varieties of down insulation. Go deep into the mountains with this zero-degree sleeping bag and slumber soundly while nasty weather rages around you. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$139.95 $104.96 at Backcountry.com

Reliable and warm, the Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20 Sleeping Bag makes the perfect companion for sleeping through chilly shoulder-s...eason nights. Take this synthetic-insulated bag backpacking or camping when you're going out into the woods during dry or mild weather. Offset quilt construction eliminates cold spots, the nylon shell makes this sleeping bag highly packable, and the roomy footbox ensures comfort all the way down to your toes. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$254.95 $191.21 at Backcountry.com

For a lightweight summer bag that will perform in wet and humid conditions, look no further than the Mountain Hardwear Ultralamina... 32 Sleeping Bag. At just under two pounds with a stuffed size of 6 by 10 inches, this bag won't weigh you down or occupy too much pack space. Plus, the lofty Thermal. Q synthetic insulation maintains its warmth in wet conditions. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$254.95 $191.21 at Backcountry.com

For a lightweight summer bag that will perform in wet and humid conditions, look no further than the Mountain Hardwear Ultralamina... 32 Sleeping Bag. At just under two pounds with a stuffed size of 6 by 10 inches, this bag won't weigh you down or occupy too much pack space. Plus, the lofty Thermal. Q synthetic insulation maintains its warmth in wet conditions. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$326.40 $195.84 at Backcountry.com

Mountain Hardwear makes a lot of sleeping bags, so it's saying something that the Phantom 32 Degree Women's Down Bag is the most p...opular down bag the company sells. Upon closer inspection, though, it's not particularly surprising. After all, the Phantom's loaded up with 800-fill Piumino down that packs down to practically nothing without losing any of its loft, and uses tightly-spaced baffles to keep the insulation where it belongs so you don't wake up in the middle of the night lying in a puddle of sweat with your feet frozen into a block of ice. In fact, the Phantom's expressly designed to keep your feet cozy, with a special footbox that encourages natural foot position for serious warmth and comfort when you're drifting around in dreamland, and although it's only a two-plus season bag, it has winter-ready features like a draft tube along the zipper and a six-chambered hood that maintains even loft around your head to keep your brain warm for increased dreaming power. All this, and we haven't even touched on the most important feature that the Phantom has, or, more precisely, doesn't have: weight. Despite all these warm and comfortable details, it checks in a miniscule, a microscopic, a minimal 1. 7 pounds, which is probably the same weight as the lunch you just ate. High-loft down is renowned for being ultralight, and the Phantom's mummy shape eliminates any extra fabric (although the soft taffeta lining and ripstop nylon exterior are pretty nice) that would weigh you down on the trail. Even the face gasket is filled with the same 800-fill down, so you'll be toasty during all your spring, summer, and early fall camping, stargazing, and road-tripping. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$179.95 $125.96 at Backcountry.com

Summer backpacking and camping call for a toasty, reliable sleeping bag like the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 45. Ideal for warm weath...er and dry conditions, this versatile sleeping bag features a comfortable mummy-shape cut, durable shell material with a water-resistant coating, and a baffle construction that guarantees that the synthetic insulation will maintain maximum loft. You'll be happy to have the Lamina when you need to keep your sleeping kit simple and when an expedition-weight bag would be overkill. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$249.95 $187.46 at Backcountry.com

Sound the alarm: the Mountain Hardwear Heratio Women's 32-Degree Down Sleeping Bag is setting sleepers on fire (in a good way, min...d) and this three-alarm blaze of warmth and comfort doesn't show any signs of slowing down. You can't put it out with water, since the 650-fill down's been treated with Q. Shield to resist water, and the tough nylon shell has a DWR coating to further keep the wet at bay. Neither can you just expect everything to cool down on its own, since the ThermoTrap baffle system keeps down in place for increased warmth and the women's-specific mummy shape provides extra insulation around the torso and feet, where ladies need it most. The Heratio's rated to be comfortable down to 32, making it a perfect, lightweight late spring, summer, and early fall bag for campers, backpackers, and sleeping enthusiasts. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$159.95 $111.96 at Backcountry.com

Summer backpacking and camping call for a toasty, reliable sleeping bag like the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 45. Ideal for warm weath...er and dry conditions, this versatile sleeping bag features a comfortable mummy-shape cut, durable shell material with a water-resistant coating, and a baffle construction that guarantees that the synthetic insulation will maintain maximum loft. You'll be happy to have the Lamina when you need to keep your sleeping kit simple and when an expedition-weight bag would be overkill. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$159.95 $111.96 at Backcountry.com

Summer backpacking and camping call for a toasty, reliable sleeping bag like the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 45. Ideal for warm weath...er and dry conditions, this versatile sleeping bag features a comfortable mummy-shape cut, durable shell material with a water-resistant coating, and a baffle construction that guarantees that the synthetic insulation will maintain maximum loft. You'll be happy to have the Lamina when you need to keep your sleeping kit simple and when an expedition-weight bag would be overkill. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$849.95 $679.96 at Backcountry.com

Plan your trip, gather your expedition partners, and set off into the mountains with the Mountain Hardwear Banshee Sleeping Bag. T...he Banshee sleeping bag is worthy of the elite cold-weather camper, and as such it boasts a fully waterproof breathable shell on the outside and water-repellent down insulation on the inside. Water repellency allows this down insulation to resist moisture and maintain high loft in wet weather--a trait uncommon to other varieties of down insulation. Go deep into the mountains with this zero-degree sleeping bag and slumber soundly while nasty weather rages around you. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$179.95 $125.96 at Backcountry.com

Summer backpacking and camping call for a toasty, reliable sleeping bag like the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 45. Ideal for warm weath...er and dry conditions, this versatile sleeping bag features a comfortable mummy-shape cut, durable shell material with a water-resistant coating, and a baffle construction that guarantees that the synthetic insulation will maintain maximum loft. You'll be happy to have the Lamina when you need to keep your sleeping kit simple and when an expedition-weight bag would be overkill. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$219.95 $153.96 at Backcountry.com

Due to its Thermal. Q synthetic insulation and water-resistant DWR finish, the Mountain Hardwear Lamina 20 Sleeping Bag is a solid... choice for cool temperatures and damp, high-humidity conditions. The innovative Lamina construction eliminates the cold spots caused by standard baffle stitching, the tailored hood and face gasket ensure that precious body heat stays in, and the comfort mummy cut allows for a little more movement than standard mummy cuts. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$115.00 $92.00 at Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwear's Goat 20and#176;F sleeping bag features a drawcord adjustment system that allows the bag to grow with your litt...le tyke and Thermic MX insulation for years of warm nights under the stars. Available Colors: BOX STAINLESS, BOX DEWBERRY, BLUE RIDGE, BAY BLUE. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$140.00 $111.95 at Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwearand#39;s 20and#176;F Pinole long sleeping bag features offset quilt construction and Thermal.Q insulation to maxi...mize loft, compressibility and warmth in a lightweight package thatand#39;s fit for the backcountry. Available Colors: BLUE RIDGE. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$130.00 $104.00 at Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwear's 20and#176;F Pinole sleeping bag features offset quilt construction and Thermic MX insulation to maximize loft,... compressibility and warmth in a lightweight package that's fit for the backcountry. Available Colors: BOX TITANIUM, BLUE RIDGE. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$130.00 $104.00 at Sierra Trading Post

A great all-around bag for sleeping under the stars, Mountain Hardwearand#39;s Petaluma sleeping bag has a quilted design that hel...ps prevent cold spots and Thermal.Q insulation to keep you warm long after the campfire has burned out. Available Colors: JEWEL. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$255.00 $204.00 at Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwearand#39;s 32and#176;F UltraLaminina sleeping bag thrives in cool, damp conditions with the warmth of ultra-compres...sible Thermal Q insulation and a performance long mummy cut. Available Colors: BACKCOUNTRY GREEN. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$330.00 $239.95 at Sunny Sports

Head into the wild blue yonder with two buddies and the Mountain Hardwear LightWedge DP 3 3-Person 3-Season Tent. The DP3 weighs u...nder 6 pounds, so you can split up the weight for a not-so-grand total of under two pounds each. The real beauty of the LightWedge DP3 is its ability to hold back Mother Nature's nastiest mood swings. Tested in Mountain Hardwear's Rain Room under brutal downpour conditions for 24 hours, the LightWedge DP3 is guaranteed watertight so you can rest easy, even if a squall kicks up at 4 AM. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$199.95 $149.96 at Backcountry.com

On clear summer nights when your greatest airborne threat is swarming mosquitoes, pitch the Nothing But Net 4 Screen Room. The bug...-proof mesh provides exceptional ventilation and allows you and three friends to gaze at shooting stars far removed from light-polluting urban glow. Even better, the entire set-up weighs in at just three pounds. To set up this shelter, slip the single pole into the top of the canopy, stake the corners down, and use your expandable trekking pole as the center support. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$129.95 $90.96 at Backcountry.com

Protect your Hoopla 4 Tent with the Mountain Hardwear Hoopla 4 Footprint. This lightweight ground cloth protects your tent floor f...rom wear and tear and helps add water repellency when a storm rolls in. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$199.95 $149.96 at Backcountry.com

On clear summer nights when your greatest airborne threat is swarming mosquitoes, pitch the Nothing But Net 4 Screen Room. The bug...-proof mesh provides exceptional ventilation and allows you and three friends to gaze at shooting stars far removed from light-polluting urban glow. Even better, the entire set-up weighs in at just three pounds. To set up this shelter, slip the single pole into the top of the canopy, stake the corners down, and use your expandable trekking pole as the center support. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$374.95 $281.21 at Backcountry.com

The Mountain Hardwear Hoopla 4 is a minimalist shelter that accommodates 4 and weighs an incredible 1 pound 10 ounces. The Hoopla ...uses Mountain Hardwear's Trussring Technology that maximizes interior space while using the tent fabric as the frame to minimize weight. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$374.95 $281.21 at Backcountry.com

The Mountain Hardwear Hoopla 4 is a minimalist shelter that accommodates 4 and weighs an incredible 1 pound 10 ounces. The Hoopla ...uses Mountain Hardwear's Trussring Technology that maximizes interior space while using the tent fabric as the frame to minimize weight. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$274.95 $191.99 at Moosejaw

Free Shipping! Mountain Hardwear Hibachi 45 Sleeping Bag - Regular / Left Zip - Grey - Mountain Hardwear Hibachi 45 Sleeping Bag -... in stock now. Products on Sale Are Discontinued Styles or Colors. The Mountain Hardwear Hibachi 45 Sleeping Bag is a down... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$599.95 $448.99 at Moosejaw

Free Shipping! Mountain Hardwear Hoopster 6 Person Tent - One Size - Orange - Mountain Hardwear Hoopster 6 Person Tent - in stock ...now. Products on Sale Are Discontinued Styles or Colors. The Mountain Hardwear Hoopster 6 Person Tent is a group shelter... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$339.95 $253.99 at Moosejaw

Free Shipping! Mountain Hardwear Drifter 4 DP Tent - 4 Person - Green - Mountain Hardwear Drifter 4 DP Tent - in stock now. Produc...ts on Sale Are Discontinued Styles or Colors. The Mountain Hardwear Drifter 4 DP Tent is a group tent for camping and... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$129.95 $102.99 at Moosejaw

Free Shipping! Mountain Hardwear Petaluma 20 Sleeping Bag - Regular / Right Zip - Blue - Mountain Hardwear Petaluma 20 Sleeping Ba...g - in stock now. Products on Sale Are Discontinued Styles or Colors. The Mountain Hardwear Petaluma 20 Sleeping Bag is a... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$254.95 $202.99 at Moosejaw

Free Shipping! Mountain Hardwear UltraLamina 32 Sleeping Bag - Long / Left Zip - Green - Mountain Hardwear UltraLamina 32 Sleeping... Bag - in stock now. Products on Sale Are Discontinued Styles or Colors. The Mountain Hardwear UltraLamina 32 Sleeping Bag... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$234.95 $186.99 at Moosejaw

Free Shipping! Mountain Hardwear Drifter 2 DP Tent - 2 Person - Green - Mountain Hardwear Drifter 2 DP Tent - in stock now. Produc...ts on Sale Are Discontinued Styles or Colors. The Mountain Hardwear Drifter 2 DP Tent is a camping and hiking tent for two... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$284.95 $212.99 at Moosejaw

Free Shipping! Mountain Hardwear Drifter 3 DP Tent - 3 Person - Green - Mountain Hardwear Drifter 3 DP Tent - in stock now. Produc...ts on Sale Are Discontinued Styles or Colors. The Mountain Hardwear Drifter 3 DP Tent is a three person tent for three... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$139.95 $110.99 at Moosejaw

Free Shipping! Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20 Sleeping Bag - Long / Left Zip - Blue - Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20 Sleeping Bag - in s...tock now. Products on Sale Are Discontinued Styles or Colors. The Mountain Hardwear Pinole 20 Sleeping Bag is a 20 degree... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$100.00 $65.00 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Mountain Hardwear's Snowtastic 18 backpack is streamlined enough for riding the chairlift and spacious enough for use ...outside the gates. The rear panel zips open for easy access and low-profile padding offer extra comfort. Available Colors:... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$357.00 $269.95 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Base camp gets an upgrade with Mountain Hardwear's Corners 3 tent. It's designed with corner pole hubs, arch stabilize...rs, fly vents and a UV-resistant window to maximize interior space, ventilation and natural light, ensuring a comfortable... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$275.00 $204.95 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . A great choice for mild, damp nights, Mountain Hardwear's 15°F Hibachi down sleeping bag features water-repellent Q.Sh...ield DownŽ that keeps you warm even when wet. Available Colors: GRAPHITE. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$350.00 $205.64 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Boasting vertical sidewalls and a unique shape, Mountain Hardwear's Archer 2 tent combines lightweight, durable constr...uction, a spacious interior and easy access with two side doors. Available Colors: HUMBOLDT/SILVER. Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$750.00 $562.50 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Mountain Hardwear's 20°F Spectre down sleeping bag features a waterproof breathable DRY Q Elite shell, ultralight 800 ...fill power down insulation and an internal two-piece draft collar to ensure sound nights of sleep throughout your whole... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$312.00 $215.93 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . There's no need to fire up the grill for heat when you've got the down-insulated warmth of Mountain Hardwear's 32°F Hi...bachi sleeping bag. Q-Shield DownŽ in a comfort mummy cut keeps you warm without weighing you down, even in damp... Read More

Mountain Hardwear
$115.00 $92.00 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Mountain Hardwear's Goat 20°F sleeping bag features a drawcord adjustment system that allows the bag to grow with your... little tyke and Thermic MX insulation for years of warm nights under the stars. Available Colors: BOX STAINLESS, BOX... Read More

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