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$469.95 at Backcountry.com

You greet those chilly mornings while you're camping like a mummy coming out of a coffin, as slow as death itself. But instead of ...dirty toilet paper wrapped around you, you have the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag keeping you nice and toasty while you make breakfast. All you need to do is push your arms through the zipperless armports and slide your feet through the center-two way zipper. Then attach the footbox to the bag just above your knees so it doesn't drag on the ground while you walk around. You don't have to worry about cold drafts seeping through the zipperless armports while you're sleeping because they prevent air from coming in and out. Stuffed with 800-fill duck down insulation, this bag is light enough for backpacking trips and warm enough for temperatures as low as 15F, and Sierra Designs added its proprietary DriDown treatment to the down for water-resistant protection that helps keep you dry if it's misting out as you're making breakfast all bundled up. The Mobile Mummy's unique design also lets you sleep on your side and stomach as well as your back. Sierra Designs made the shell out of ripstop for durability that remains lightweight, and the liner out of taffeta to keep you nice and cozy all night long. When you're up and about in this bag, its design makes sure the bag rests on your shoulders like a jacket instead of falling uncomfortably on your head. Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.95 $194.97 at Backcountry.com

From week-long backpacking trips to quick fall overnighters, the Sierra Designs Eleanor 24 Women's Sleeping Bag will keep you warm..., comfy, and happy. It's made of tough-but-soft nylon and filled with 700-fill DriDown insulation that'll repel moisture and stay warm and lofty even if it gets a little soggy in your tent or you sleep through a heavy dew. The ergonomic head and footbox are designed to efficiently seal in heat, while the zipper and collar are both outfitted with draft tubes to make sure you don't lose warmth through the cracks. Sierra Designs also engineered the zipper to resist snagging, incorporated pad locks to prevent you from sliding off your sleeping pad and waking up on the ground, and included both stuff and storage sacks so you can take care of your bag properly. Read More

Sierra Designs
$319.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Backcountry Quilt 800 Sleeping Bag is an excellent companion for ultralight backpacking trips. With 800-fill du...ck down insulation stuffed throughout this quilt, you'll stay warm in this sleeping bag, even in temperatures as low as 30F. Compared to other backpacking quilts, this one has an oversized design for increased comfort that helps prevent you from slipping out of it while you're sleeping. It also has some unique features designed for comfort on cold nights, like a comfy hideaway hood and corner 'mitts' that help you pull the bag around you if you're a side sleeper and keep your hands toasty. The quilt weights a mere pound and a half to appease all you ultralight backpackers out there; just be sure to bring a sleeping pad if you want some insulation under your body during your trip. Sierra Designs made the Backcountry Quilt's shell out of ripstop for durability that keeps the bag light, and the liner out of taffeta for extra comfort while you rest. Sierra Designs treated the insulation with DriDown to give the bag water-resistant protection so you stay dry when condensation seeps in through your tent. Read More

Sierra Designs
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Women's 30 Degree Down Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag takes sleeping bag comfort to new heights. You know where ...the mummy part comes from: it's a great form for a sleeping bag. The 31F comfort rating and 800-fill down make it work well for shoulder-season trips and high-altitude summer camping, and the DriDown means even if the down happens to get damp, it's treated to resist moisture and maintain warmth. Now to the Mobile part; this is where Sierra Designs has gotten quite innovative. Everyone knows how much it sucks to have to get out of your bag for that first cup of morning coffee. Now you don't have to. Sierra Designs added arm holes near the shoulders so you can perform all your morning duties from making coffee, to starting the bacon, to bathroom breaks. Just unzip the bottom of the bag and stick your legs out, then walk around like a funny-looking worm-zombie. To make sure that you're not dragging the bottom of the bag in the dirt, Sierra Designs added toggles so the bottom can be tucked up behind you while you're walking around. Read More

Sierra Designs
$379.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag has some unique features that'll knock your socks off. Or rather, that'll let you keep y...our socks and shoes on. Like many down mummy bags, the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag is light enough for backpacking trips and warm enough for temperatures as low as 30F. Stuffed with 800-fill duck down insulation, this lightweight bag has an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, and it stuffs into a small corner of your pack so you can easily bring it along. Unlike many down bags, however, Sierra Designs added its proprietary DriDown treatment to the down for water-resistant protection if you're camping in wet environments. And unlike most mummy bags, the Mobile's unique design allows you to sleep on your side and stomach as well as your back. Sierra Designs also reinforced the hood and draft collar with insulation to prevent cold-air drafts while you sleep. Ok--now for the socks and shoes part. Unlike almost all sleeping bags, this bag can travel with you out of the tent and around the camp so you can be warm when you're star-gazing at night and when you're sipping your breakfast beverage and watching the sunrise in the morning. To gain mobility, just push your arms through the zipperless armports and slide your feet through the center, two-way zipper. Then attach the footbox to the bag just above your knees so it doesn't drag on the ground while you walk around. When you're up and about in this bag, its design makes sure the bag rests on your shoulders like a jacket instead of resting uncomfortably on the hood. Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.95 $194.97 at Backcountry.com

From week-long backpacking trips to quick fall overnighters, the Sierra Designs Eleanor 24 Women's Sleeping Bag will keep you warm..., comfy, and happy. It's made of tough-but-soft nylon and filled with 700-fill DriDown insulation that'll repel moisture and stay warm and lofty even if it gets a little soggy in your tent or you sleep through a heavy dew. The ergonomic head and footbox are designed to efficiently seal in heat, while the zipper and collar are both outfitted with draft tubes to make sure you don't lose warmth through the cracks. Sierra Designs also engineered the zipper to resist snagging, incorporated pad locks to prevent you from sliding off your sleeping pad and waking up on the ground, and included both stuff and storage sacks so you can take care of your bag properly. Read More

Sierra Designs
$519.95 at Backcountry.com

If you dread those mornings at camp when it's too cold to leave your warm sleeping bag, then the Sierra Designs Women's Mobile Mum...my 800 Sleeping Bag is for you. Like many down mummy bags, this bag is light enough for backpacking trips and warm enough for temperatures as low as 15F. Stuffed with 800-fill duck down insulation, this lightweight bag has an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, and its stuffs into a small corner of your pack so you can easily bring it anywhere. Unlike most down bags, however, Sierra Designs added its proprietary DriDown treatment to the down for water-resistant protection if you're camping in wet environments. And unlike most mummy bags, the Mobile's unique design includes a women-specific fit that allows you to sleep on your side and stomach as well as your back. Let's get back to those cold mornings. Instead of getting out of your bag to shiver your buns off, you can push your arms through the zipperless armports, slide your feet through the center, two-way zipper, and then attach the footbox to the bag just above your knees and walk around the campsite with the same wonderful warmth you slept in. When you're up and about in this bag, its design makes sure the bag rests on your shoulders like a jacket instead of resting uncomfortably on the hood. Sierra Designs reinforced the hood, zipper, armports, and draft curtains to prevent any cold-air drafts from seeping in while you sleep. Read More

Sierra Designs
$349.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag has some unique features that'll knock your socks off. Or rather, that'll let you keep y...our socks and shoes on. Like many down mummy bags, the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag is light enough for backpacking trips and warm enough for temperatures as low as 30F. Stuffed with 800-fill duck down insulation, this lightweight bag has an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, and it stuffs into a small corner of your pack so you can easily bring it along. Unlike many down bags, however, Sierra Designs added its proprietary DriDown treatment to the down for water-resistant protection if you're camping in wet environments. And unlike most mummy bags, the Mobile's unique design allows you to sleep on your side and stomach as well as your back. Sierra Designs also reinforced the hood and draft collar with insulation to prevent cold-air drafts while you sleep. Ok--now for the socks and shoes part. Unlike almost all sleeping bags, this bag can travel with you out of the tent and around the camp so you can be warm when you're star-gazing at night and when you're sipping your breakfast beverage and watching the sunrise in the morning. To gain mobility, just push your arms through the zipperless armports and slide your feet through the center, two-way zipper. Then attach the footbox to the bag just above your knees so it doesn't drag on the ground while you walk around. When you're up and about in this bag, its design makes sure the bag rests on your shoulders like a jacket instead of resting uncomfortably on the hood. Read More

Sierra Designs
$319.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Backcountry Quilt 800 Sleeping Bag is an excellent companion for ultralight backpacking trips. With 800-fill du...ck down insulation stuffed throughout this quilt, you'll stay warm in this sleeping bag, even in temperatures as low as 30F. Compared to other backpacking quilts, this one has an oversized design for increased comfort that helps prevent you from slipping out of it while you're sleeping. It also has some unique features designed for comfort on cold nights, like a comfy hideaway hood and corner 'mitts' that help you pull the bag around you if you're a side sleeper and keep your hands toasty. The quilt weights a mere pound and a half to appease all you ultralight backpackers out there; just be sure to bring a sleeping pad if you want some insulation under your body during your trip. Sierra Designs made the Backcountry Quilt's shell out of ripstop for durability that keeps the bag light, and the liner out of taffeta for extra comfort while you rest. Sierra Designs treated the insulation with DriDown to give the bag water-resistant protection so you stay dry when condensation seeps in through your tent. Read More

Sierra Designs
$499.95 at Backcountry.com

You greet those chilly mornings while you're camping like a mummy coming out of a coffin, as slow as death itself. But instead of ...dirty toilet paper wrapped around you, you have the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag keeping you nice and toasty while you make breakfast. All you need to do is push your arms through the zipperless armports and slide your feet through the center-two way zipper. Then attach the footbox to the bag just above your knees so it doesn't drag on the ground while you walk around. You don't have to worry about cold drafts seeping through the zipperless armports while you're sleeping because they prevent air from coming in and out. Stuffed with 800-fill duck down insulation, this bag is light enough for backpacking trips and warm enough for temperatures as low as 15F, and Sierra Designs added its proprietary DriDown treatment to the down for water-resistant protection that helps keep you dry if it's misting out as you're making breakfast all bundled up. The Mobile Mummy's unique design also lets you sleep on your side and stomach as well as your back. Sierra Designs made the shell out of ripstop for durability that remains lightweight, and the liner out of taffeta to keep you nice and cozy all night long. When you're up and about in this bag, its design makes sure the bag rests on your shoulders like a jacket instead of falling uncomfortably on your head. Read More

Sierra Designs
$469.95 at Backcountry.com

You greet those chilly mornings while you're camping like a mummy coming out of a coffin, as slow as death itself. But instead of ...dirty toilet paper wrapped around you, you have the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag keeping you nice and toasty while you make breakfast. All you need to do is push your arms through the zipperless armports and slide your feet through the center-two way zipper. Then attach the footbox to the bag just above your knees so it doesn't drag on the ground while you walk around. You don't have to worry about cold drafts seeping through the zipperless armports while you're sleeping because they prevent air from coming in and out. Stuffed with 800-fill duck down insulation, this bag is light enough for backpacking trips and warm enough for temperatures as low as 15F, and Sierra Designs added its proprietary DriDown treatment to the down for water-resistant protection that helps keep you dry if it's misting out as you're making breakfast all bundled up. The Mobile Mummy's unique design also lets you sleep on your side and stomach as well as your back. Sierra Designs made the shell out of ripstop for durability that remains lightweight, and the liner out of taffeta to keep you nice and cozy all night long. When you're up and about in this bag, its design makes sure the bag rests on your shoulders like a jacket instead of falling uncomfortably on your head. Read More

Sierra Designs
$519.95 at Backcountry.com

If you dread those mornings at camp when it's too cold to leave your warm sleeping bag, then the Sierra Designs Women's Mobile Mum...my 800 Sleeping Bag is for you. Like many down mummy bags, this bag is light enough for backpacking trips and warm enough for temperatures as low as 15F. Stuffed with 800-fill duck down insulation, this lightweight bag has an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, and its stuffs into a small corner of your pack so you can easily bring it anywhere. Unlike most down bags, however, Sierra Designs added its proprietary DriDown treatment to the down for water-resistant protection if you're camping in wet environments. And unlike most mummy bags, the Mobile's unique design includes a women-specific fit that allows you to sleep on your side and stomach as well as your back. Let's get back to those cold mornings. Instead of getting out of your bag to shiver your buns off, you can push your arms through the zipperless armports, slide your feet through the center, two-way zipper, and then attach the footbox to the bag just above your knees and walk around the campsite with the same wonderful warmth you slept in. When you're up and about in this bag, its design makes sure the bag rests on your shoulders like a jacket instead of resting uncomfortably on the hood. Sierra Designs reinforced the hood, zipper, armports, and draft curtains to prevent any cold-air drafts from seeping in while you sleep. Read More

Sierra Designs
$259.95 at Backcountry.com

Rainy weather and high humidity, once the sworn enemy of down-filled sleeping bags, are no longer cause for concern with the Sierr...a Designs Zissou 23 700-Fill DriDown Sleeping Bag. The DriDown technology coats each individual fiber with a hydrophobic finish, allowing the insulation to stay 10 times drier and twice as lofty as untreated down in wet and humid conditions. So whether you're trekking in the rainy northwest or exploring dew-soaked Appalachia, the Zissou will have you sleeping comfortably all the way down to a chilly 23F. Read More

Sierra Designs
$599.95 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs mixed the most convenient camping features it could think of into the ultralight Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag for ...backpackers. Stuffed with 800-fill down insulation, the Mobile Mummy brings lofty warmth without the weight in freezing temperatures, and Sierra Designs treated the down with DriDown to help the bag stay drier and warmer and to dry quicker if it gets wet. The Mobile Mummy moves with you throughout the night, so you can toss and turn on your side, back, or front without this bag holding you back and waking you up. Sierra Designs styled the Mobile Mummy with zipperless arm ports so you can sip morning coffees, read a book, or cook breakfast before getting out of bed. A stowable footbox lets you walk around the campsite without the cold temps bothering you, and the jacket-like hood has a snug fit that moves with your head. The central zipper is full-length for easy on and off, and a two-way zipper adds ventilated comfort if you get too warm at night. Draft tubes cover the arm ports, collar, and zipper so you don't feel any cold breezes. Read More

Sierra Designs
$679.95 at Backcountry.com

Ultralight backpacking with the utmost camping convenience calls for the Sierra Designs Women's Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag. Stu...ffed with 800-fill down insulation, the Mobile Mummy brings lofty warmth without the weight in freezing temperatures, and Sierra Designs treated the down with DriDown to help the bag stay drier and warmer and to dry faster when wet. The Mobile Mummy moves with you throughout the night, so you can toss and turn on your side, back, or front without this bag holding you back and waking you up. Sierra Designs styled the Mobile Mummy with zipperless arm ports so you can sip morning coffees, read books, or cook breakfast before getting out of bed. A stowable footbox lets you walk around the campsite without the cold temps bothering you, and the jacket-like hood has a snug fit that moves with your head. The central zipper is full-length for easy on and off, and a two-way zipper adds ventilated comfort if you get too warm at night. Draft tubes cover the arm ports, collar, and zipper so you don't feel any cold breezes. Read More

Sierra Designs
$679.95 at Backcountry.com

Ultralight backpacking with the utmost camping convenience calls for the Sierra Designs Women's Mobile Mummy 800 Sleeping Bag. Stu...ffed with 800-fill down insulation, the Mobile Mummy brings lofty warmth without the weight in freezing temperatures, and Sierra Designs treated the down with DriDown to help the bag stay drier and warmer and to dry faster when wet. The Mobile Mummy moves with you throughout the night, so you can toss and turn on your side, back, or front without this bag holding you back and waking you up. Sierra Designs styled the Mobile Mummy with zipperless arm ports so you can sip morning coffees, read books, or cook breakfast before getting out of bed. A stowable footbox lets you walk around the campsite without the cold temps bothering you, and the jacket-like hood has a snug fit that moves with your head. The central zipper is full-length for easy on and off, and a two-way zipper adds ventilated comfort if you get too warm at night. Draft tubes cover the arm ports, collar, and zipper so you don't feel any cold breezes. Read More

Sierra Designs
$79.95 $51.97 at Backcountry.com

With the Sierra Designs Yahi Annex 4 plus 2 Footprint you can finally protect the bottom of your tent against sharp hazards that l...ie hidden in tent spots, waiting to strike and tear holes in your shelter. This footprint was cut specifically to match the size and shape of your Yahi Tent and it connects directly to the Jake's Foot attachment points. A water-resistant coating fends off the elements to help your tent stay dry. Read More

Sierra Designs
$699.95 $489.96 at Backcountry.com

Stash up to six people inside the Sierra Design Yahi Annex 6 Plus 2 Tent. More than six feet of vertical headroom means that you c...an stand up to change in the morning and ample ventilation helps you sleep comfortably at night. An easy-to-pitch pole structure makes it simple for adults or kids to help set up this three-season tent, and do so without error. Full-coverage weatherproofing includes a large, waterproof vestibule that streches out and over the roomy vestibule. Suddenly camping with the family, and the family's family, just became simple. Read More

Sierra Designs
$359.95 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs' lightweight Mountain Guide Tarp is a durable shelter for winter expeditions and summer alpine campsites. This full...y seam taped tarp protects you from the burliest conditions with reliable waterproofing. In winter, dig out a 10-inch snow pit and extend the telescoping center pole to provide more head room. For summer adventures, open the adjustable access port with the roll-back door to ensure sufficient ventilation. The Mountain Guide also features a roof vent to prevent over-condensation, snow flaps for additional protection in winter's weather, and reflective guy out points for an easier setup. Read More

Sierra Designs
$649.95 $422.47 at Backcountry.com

Sleep up to six people inside the Yahi Annex 4 Plus 2 Tent. Sierra designs gave this three-season shelter more than five feet of v...ertical headroom, so you can finally stand up inside your basecamp tent. Full-coverage protection from the elements includes sealed seams, a bathtub-style floor and a rain fly that stretches over the front door to provide extra vestibule space. And when it's time to set things up, you'll find that this tent pitches quickly and easily enough so anyone can help. Read More

Sierra Designs
$359.95 $233.97 at Backcountry.com

As the thunder rolls in the distance, it's nice to know you have a safe backcountry home like the Sierra Designs Lightning 2 UL 2-...Person 3-Season Tent ready to go at a moments' notice. If the storm's catching you up in a hurry, the Lightning's freestanding, double-pole design lets you set it up anywhere in minutes, and the hybrid single/double-wall design reduces weight, making it easy to scamper off the ridges and find some cover. When the rain starts to fall, the nylon fly and floor will keep you bone-dry, while the mesh walls and covered foot vent will keep air moving so you don't have to sit in a stagnant pool of boot-stink and sticky air. Along with its superlight hybrid wall design, the Lightning's defining features are the dual gear closets, which zip open and separate boots, packs, and smelly gear from the sleeping area, so you can spread out while keeping your gear close at hand. Since this eliminates the need for a vestibule, the door is extra-wide, with enough room to accommodate two people sitting side-by-side, and saves weight compared to a standard two-door design, so the Lightning weighs in at under four pounds, fully packed. Read More

Sierra Designs
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

If you're looking for a little more elbow room than a two-person tent for your car camping or backpacking adventures, then look no... further than the Sierra Designs Flash 3 Tent. This tent snugly fits three people or gives a luxurious amount of space for two. Its unique hybrid-wall construction blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's light like a single-wall but still weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and its steep walls and high ceiling give more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. The gear closets also have plenty of room for multiple backpacks and several pairs of shoes, and Sierra Designs placed each closet perpendicular to the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra Designs built this tent's fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it superlight, the body out of mesh for ventilation, and the floor out of nylon taffeta for durability. There are three DAC Pressfit poles that are incredibly light and surprisingly strong, and the 15-in integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. You'll be completely content with this tent if you're camping in a warm desert during the early weeks of fall and finishing the season with a backpacking adventure across the Tetons. Read More

Sierra Designs
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

It's surprising how comfortable the Sierra Designs Flashlight 1 Tent is considering how light it is. The designers at Sierra Desig...ns blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--which they call hybrid construction--in order to give you a tent that's as light as a single-wall tent but still weather-protective like a double-wall tent. This unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional solo tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has an eight-inch awning that gives you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop door has a large opening so you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your own sleeping bag. The gear closets store your gear on the sides of the tent (away from the door) so you don't have to climb over your shoes and pack each time you get in and out. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it light, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but a tunnel between the end of the tent (where your feet are) and the door maximizes airflow in order to keep you cool while you sleep on a warm summer's night. This non-freestanding tent comes with a superlight DAC Pressfit pole and two vertical poles that you can replace with your trekking poles if you want to shave six ounces off your load. Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.95 at Backcountry.com

Whether you're setting up camp in the middle of the wilderness or at a campsite, the Sierra Designs Flash 2 Tent brings the luxury... without a bunch of added weight. This tent's unique hybrid-wall construction blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's light like a single-wall but still weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives more space than most backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, both doors are wide enough for you and your buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too harsh for you to explore the outdoors. The gear closets also have enough room for multiple backpacks and several pairs of shoes, and Sierra Designs placed each closet perpendicular to the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra Designs built this tent's fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it superlight, the body out of mesh for ventilation, and the floor out of nylon taffeta for durability. There are two DAC Pressfit poles that are incredibly light and surprisingly strong, and the 15-in integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. Whether you're hiking through Grand Canyon or simply camping at one of the sites in the Tetons, this tent makes an excellent companion. Read More

Sierra Designs
$359.95 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs' lightweight Mountain Guide Tarp is a durable shelter for winter expeditions and summer alpine campsites. This full...y seam taped tarp protects you from the burliest conditions with reliable waterproofing. In winter, dig out a 10-inch snow pit and extend the telescoping center pole to provide more head room. For summer adventures, open the adjustable access port with the roll-back door to ensure sufficient ventilation. The Mountain Guide also features a roof vent to prevent over-condensation, snow flaps for additional protection in winter's weather, and reflective guy out points for an easier setup. Read More

Sierra Designs
$699.95 $419.97 at Backcountry.com

Falling somewhere between a hotel and a bivy sack, the Sierra Designs Mirage 2 Two-Person Three-Season Tent is all about helping y...ou enjoy a weekend outdoors when traveling light and packing small aren't really issues. The Mirage is basically two rooms--a rear compartment that easily fits two people and an enormous front vestibule/screen-porch that works as a kitchen, bug shelter, shady spot, bike garage, and gear storage area. There's an additional rear vestibule too, just in case. The polyester body sports almost countless vents and zippered mesh windows, while you can zip out the divider between the sleeping area and the vestibule if you really want to open things up. If things get a little rainy, the PU-coated fly rolls out to cover up all the mesh area, while the window covers zip up quickly to make sure your things stay dry. A whole mess of pockets keeps your things safe and off the ground, while reflective trim prevents you from tripping over your tent in the middle of the night and bringing the whole thing crashing to the ground. Read More

Sierra Designs
$269.95 at Backcountry.com

You could be climbing in the desert one week and backpacking across the Tetons the next--the Sierra Designs Lightning 2 Tent thriv...es both ways. Its unique hybrid wall construction blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's as light as a single-wall but still weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has a single drop door that--when opened--is large enough for you and your buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too harsh for you to leave the tent. The gear closets store your gear on the sides of the tent (away from the door) so you don't have to climb over your shoes and packs each time you get in and out. Sierra Designs built this tent's floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it as light as possible, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but a tunnel between the end of the tent (where your feet are) and the door maximizes airflow in order to keep you cool while you sleep on a warm summer's night. The single shock-corded pole helps you set up this freestanding tent, and the short fifteen-inch integrated awning poles maximize the door's opening without the added weight of more poles. Read More

Sierra Designs
$399.95 $279.96 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs took its most advanced two-person tent and made it even lighter for all you ultralight backpackers. What makes the ...Flash 2 UL Tent superlight is its external frame and hybrid wall construction, which blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's as light as a single-wall yet weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and its steep walls and high ceiling give more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, both doors are wide enough for you and your backpacking buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too dank for you to be outside. Even the gear closets have more room than you'd expect, with enough room for a pack and several pairs of shoes. To enhance your comfort, both closets are at opposite sides to the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra designs built both the fly and the floor out of nylon ripstop for durability without the weight, and the body feature no-see-um mesh that provides an ample amount of airflow for the warmer nights. The thin DAC NSL poles are surprisingly strong for how light they are, and the 15-in integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. Read More

Sierra Designs
$269.95 at Backcountry.com

You and your backpacking buddy are surprisingly comfortable with all the space you have in the lightweight Sierra Designs Flashlig...ht 2 Tent. The designers at Sierra Designs blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--which they call hybrid construction--in order to give you a tent that's as light as a single-wall tent but still weather-protective like a double-wall tent. This unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has two eight-inch awnings over both drop doors to give you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop doors have large openings so the two of you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your sleeping bags. Gear closets to the sides of the tent offer plenty of space for both of your backpacks and shoes so you two don't have to climb over your gear when you go to bed. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it light, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but the construction of the tent enhances airflow to keep you comfortable while you sleep during a hot summer night. This non-freestanding tent comes with a superlight DAC Pressfit pole and two vertical poles that you can replace with your trekking poles if you want to shave six ounces off your load. Read More

Sierra Designs
$699.95 $489.96 at Backcountry.com

Stash up to six people inside the Sierra Design Yahi Annex 6 Plus 2 Tent. More than six feet of vertical headroom means that you c...an stand up to change in the morning and ample ventilation helps you sleep comfortably at night. An easy-to-pitch pole structure makes it simple for adults or kids to help set up this three-season tent, and do so without error. Full-coverage weatherproofing includes a large, waterproof vestibule that streches out and over the roomy vestibule. Suddenly camping with the family, and the family's family, just became simple. Read More

Sierra Designs
$399.95 $279.96 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs took its most advanced two-person tent and made it even lighter for all you ultralight backpackers. What makes the ...Flash 2 UL Tent superlight is its external frame and hybrid wall construction, which blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's as light as a single-wall yet weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and its steep walls and high ceiling give more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, both doors are wide enough for you and your backpacking buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too dank for you to be outside. Even the gear closets have more room than you'd expect, with enough room for a pack and several pairs of shoes. To enhance your comfort, both closets are at opposite sides to the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra designs built both the fly and the floor out of nylon ripstop for durability without the weight, and the body feature no-see-um mesh that provides an ample amount of airflow for the warmer nights. The thin DAC NSL poles are surprisingly strong for how light they are, and the 15-in integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. Read More

Sierra Designs
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

It's surprising how comfortable the Sierra Designs Flashlight 1 Tent is considering how light it is. The designers at Sierra Desig...ns blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--which they call hybrid construction--in order to give you a tent that's as light as a single-wall tent but still weather-protective like a double-wall tent. This unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional solo tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has an eight-inch awning that gives you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop door has a large opening so you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your own sleeping bag. The gear closets store your gear on the sides of the tent (away from the door) so you don't have to climb over your shoes and pack each time you get in and out. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it light, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but a tunnel between the end of the tent (where your feet are) and the door maximizes airflow in order to keep you cool while you sleep on a warm summer's night. This non-freestanding tent comes with a superlight DAC Pressfit pole and two vertical poles that you can replace with your trekking poles if you want to shave six ounces off your load. Read More

Sierra Designs
$699.95 $419.97 at Backcountry.com

The Mirage tents from Sierra Designs offer all the features and space needed for a fun and successful weekend spent biking, boatin...g, hiking, climbing, or just relaxing with friends. Read More

Sierra Designs
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

If you're looking for a little more elbow room than a two-person tent for your car camping or backpacking adventures, then look no... further than the Sierra Designs Flash 3 Tent. This tent snugly fits three people or gives a luxurious amount of space for two. Its unique hybrid-wall construction blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's light like a single-wall but still weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and its steep walls and high ceiling give more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. The gear closets also have plenty of room for multiple backpacks and several pairs of shoes, and Sierra Designs placed each closet perpendicular to the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra Designs built this tent's fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it superlight, the body out of mesh for ventilation, and the floor out of nylon taffeta for durability. There are three DAC Pressfit poles that are incredibly light and surprisingly strong, and the 15-in integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. You'll be completely content with this tent if you're camping in a warm desert during the early weeks of fall and finishing the season with a backpacking adventure across the Tetons. Read More

Sierra Designs
$279.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Women's Mobile Mummy 600 Sleeping Bag allows you to enjoy the downy comforts of your sleeping bag while you str...oll about camp with a hot toddy in hand. The award-winning design of the Mobile Mummy bag places zipperless ports at the shoulders and at the foot of the bag; this allows you to fold back the bottom of the sleeping bag, leaving your feet free to take a little stroll. The jacket-styled hood fits snugly around your face, without any annoying cords or toggles hanging from it. For insulation, the bag is stuffed with a 600-fill hydrophobic down that will retain insulating properties if the bag happens to get wet. A draft collar, tube, and curtains at the arm ports and foot box prevent warm air from escaping when you're ready to hit the hay. Read More

Sierra Designs
$269.95 at Backcountry.com

You could be climbing in the desert one week and backpacking across the Tetons the next--the Sierra Designs Lightning 2 Tent thriv...es both ways. Its unique hybrid wall construction blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's as light as a single-wall but still weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has a single drop door that--when opened--is large enough for you and your buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too harsh for you to leave the tent. The gear closets store your gear on the sides of the tent (away from the door) so you don't have to climb over your shoes and packs each time you get in and out. Sierra Designs built this tent's floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it as light as possible, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but a tunnel between the end of the tent (where your feet are) and the door maximizes airflow in order to keep you cool while you sleep on a warm summer's night. The single shock-corded pole helps you set up this freestanding tent, and the short fifteen-inch integrated awning poles maximize the door's opening without the added weight of more poles. Read More

Sierra Designs
$299.95 at Backcountry.com

Whether you're setting up camp in the middle of the wilderness or at a campsite, the Sierra Designs Flash 2 Tent brings the luxury... without a bunch of added weight. This tent's unique hybrid-wall construction blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall constructions so you get a tent that's light like a single-wall but still weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives more space than most backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, both doors are wide enough for you and your buddy to sit side by side and cook some food or enjoy the view when the weather's too harsh for you to explore the outdoors. The gear closets also have enough room for multiple backpacks and several pairs of shoes, and Sierra Designs placed each closet perpendicular to the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra Designs built this tent's fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it superlight, the body out of mesh for ventilation, and the floor out of nylon taffeta for durability. There are two DAC Pressfit poles that are incredibly light and surprisingly strong, and the 15-in integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. Whether you're hiking through Grand Canyon or simply camping at one of the sites in the Tetons, this tent makes an excellent companion. Read More

Sierra Designs
$359.95 $251.96 at Backcountry.com

Sierra Designs took its lightest two-man tent and made it even lighter to appease the most minimalist backpackers out there. In th...e Flashlight 2 UL Tent, it blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--which they call hybrid construction--in order to give you a tent that's as light as a single-wall tent but still weather-protective like a double-wall tent. This unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has two eight-inch awnings over both drop doors to give you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop doors have large openings so the two of you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your sleeping bags. The gear closets to the sides of the tent offer plenty of space for both of your backpacks and shoes so you don't have to climb over each other's gear when you go to bed. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it light, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but the construction of the tent enhances its airflow to keep you comfortable on a warm summer's night. This non-freestanding tent comes with a superlight DAC Pressfit pole and two vertical poles that you can replace with your trekking poles if you want to shave six ounces off your load. Read More

Sierra Designs
$649.95 $422.47 at Backcountry.com

Sleep up to six people inside the Yahi Annex 4 Plus 2 Tent. Sierra designs gave this three-season shelter more than five feet of v...ertical headroom, so you can finally stand up inside your basecamp tent. Full-coverage protection from the elements includes sealed seams, a bathtub-style floor and a rain fly that stretches over the front door to provide extra vestibule space. And when it's time to set things up, you'll find that this tent pitches quickly and easily enough so anyone can help. Read More

Sierra Designs
$269.95 at Backcountry.com

You and your backpacking buddy are surprisingly comfortable with all the space you have in the lightweight Sierra Designs Flashlig...ht 2 Tent. The designers at Sierra Designs blended single-wall and double-wall constructions--which they call hybrid construction--in order to give you a tent that's as light as a single-wall tent but still weather-protective like a double-wall tent. This unique design helps you set this tent up quickly in bad weather, and it gives this tent more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. In fact, this tent has two eight-inch awnings over both drop doors to give you a dry space to cook comfortably in poor conditions, and the drop doors have large openings so the two of you can enjoy the view from the comfort of your sleeping bags. Gear closets to the sides of the tent offer plenty of space for both of your backpacks and shoes so you two don't have to climb over your gear when you go to bed. Sierra Designs built the floor out of ripstop for durability, the fly out of polyester taffeta to keep it light, and the body out of no-see-um mesh for ventilation. Not only do the walls provide a lot of ventilation, but the construction of the tent enhances airflow to keep you comfortable while you sleep during a hot summer night. This non-freestanding tent comes with a superlight DAC Pressfit pole and two vertical poles that you can replace with your trekking poles if you want to shave six ounces off your load. Read More

Sierra Designs
$239.95 at Backcountry.com

The Mobile Mummy 600 Sleeping Bag from Sierra Designs has all the features you want out of a dedicated backpacking bag. The 600-fi...ll duck DriDown combines the best of down, its warmth-to-weight ratio, with synthetic fill's ability to stay dry and still insulate when wet. A draft collar, tube and draft side curtains help to seal out the elements and preserve your body's natural heat, a must for efficiency in the backcountry. The centrally-placed, two-way zipper is easy to maneuver with either hand and can be zipped up from the bottom in order to gain some ventilation on warmer nights. Zipperless arm ports at the side allow you to wake up in the morning and make coffee, all without leaving the comfort of your sleeping bag and tent. The footbox at the bottom can be opened, letting your feet get out to breathe and cool down. Not only that, but it can be stowed up behind the bag, letting you walk around camp without dragging the bottom of the bag on the ground. Read More

Sierra Designs
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

On those really cold hiking days sometimes the only thing that keeps you going is knowing there's a warm sleeping bag waiting for ...you back at camp, but unless you plan on staring at the walls of your tent for the rest of the evening, you aren't really going to be able to enjoy the simple pleasures of your sleeping bag until you're conked out for the night. With the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy SYN Sleeping Bag you can enjoy the warmth and comfort of your bag as you stroll about camp while sipping a hot toddies, snacking on some gorp, and making a plan for tomorrow's adventure. The design of the Mobile Mummy is just as its name suggests, a mummy bag you can walk, talk, and eat in. This is achieved through zipperless arm and leg ports through which you can easily put your limbs. Each port is backed by a draft tube to prevent cold air from seeping through while you sleep, and the foot box easily attaches to toggles at the back of the bag to prevent it from dragging while you take a walkabout. The hood and shoulders of the bag are modeled after a jacket for a comfortable fit and feel while you're sleeping and walking, and the nearly full-length zipper is at the center front of the bag so you can lose a bit of heat and step in and out with ease. This synthetic version of the Mobile Mummy is ideal for warmer, wetter climates and is comfort rated to 34F with a lower limit of 24F, making it ideal for late spring, summer, and early fall camping and backpacking trips. Read More

Sierra Designs
$239.95 at Backcountry.com

The Mobile Mummy 600 Sleeping Bag from Sierra Designs has all the features you want out of a dedicated backpacking bag. The 600-fi...ll duck DriDown combines the best of down, its warmth-to-weight ratio, with synthetic fill's ability to stay dry and still insulate when wet. A draft collar, tube and draft side curtains help to seal out the elements and preserve your body's natural heat, a must for efficiency in the backcountry. The centrally-placed, two-way zipper is easy to maneuver with either hand and can be zipped up from the bottom in order to gain some ventilation on warmer nights. Zipperless arm ports at the side allow you to wake up in the morning and make coffee, all without leaving the comfort of your sleeping bag and tent. The footbox at the bottom can be opened, letting your feet get out to breathe and cool down. Not only that, but it can be stowed up behind the bag, letting you walk around camp without dragging the bottom of the bag on the ground. Read More

Sierra Designs
$279.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Women's Mobile Mummy 600 Sleeping Bag allows you to enjoy the downy comforts of your sleeping bag while you str...oll about camp with a hot toddy in hand. The award-winning design of the Mobile Mummy bag places zipperless ports at the shoulders and at the foot of the bag; this allows you to fold back the bottom of the sleeping bag, leaving your feet free to take a little stroll. The jacket-styled hood fits snugly around your face, without any annoying cords or toggles hanging from it. For insulation, the bag is stuffed with a 600-fill hydrophobic down that will retain insulating properties if the bag happens to get wet. A draft collar, tube, and curtains at the arm ports and foot box prevent warm air from escaping when you're ready to hit the hay. Read More

Sierra Designs
$199.95 at Backcountry.com

On those really cold hiking days sometimes the only thing that keeps you going is knowing there's a warm sleeping bag waiting for ...you back at camp, but unless you plan on staring at the walls of your tent for the rest of the evening, you aren't really going to be able to enjoy the simple pleasures of your sleeping bag until you're conked out for the night. With the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy SYN Sleeping Bag you can enjoy the warmth and comfort of your bag as you stroll about camp while sipping a hot toddies, snacking on some gorp, and making a plan for tomorrow's adventure. The design of the Mobile Mummy is just as its name suggests, a mummy bag you can walk, talk, and eat in. This is achieved through zipperless arm and leg ports through which you can easily put your limbs. Each port is backed by a draft tube to prevent cold air from seeping through while you sleep, and the foot box easily attaches to toggles at the back of the bag to prevent it from dragging while you take a walkabout. The hood and shoulders of the bag are modeled after a jacket for a comfortable fit and feel while you're sleeping and walking, and the nearly full-length zipper is at the center front of the bag so you can lose a bit of heat and step in and out with ease. This synthetic version of the Mobile Mummy is ideal for warmer, wetter climates and is comfort rated to 34F with a lower limit of 24F, making it ideal for late spring, summer, and early fall camping and backpacking trips. Read More

Sierra Designs
$169.95 at Backcountry.com

The amount of things you can do in the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy SYN Sleeping Bag is endless. The award-winning mobile mummy des...ign allows your limbs to pop through the zipperless arm ports and foot box and move about camp, all while enjoying the warmth and comfort of your sleeping bag. This synthetic version of the bag has a EN comfort rating of 46-degrees Fahrenheit, making it ideal for warm weather backpacking trips. Features on the Mobile Mummy include a 3/4-length center front zipper, which allows for easy ins and outs, a snug-fitting hood, a stowable footbox design, and draft-blocking baffles located at the collar, feet, arm ports, and behind the zipper. Read More

Sierra Designs
$169.95 at Backcountry.com

The amount of things you can do in the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy SYN Sleeping Bag is endless. The award-winning mobile mummy des...ign allows your limbs to pop through the zipperless arm ports and foot box and move about camp, all while enjoying the warmth and comfort of your sleeping bag. This synthetic version of the bag has a EN comfort rating of 46-degrees Fahrenheit, making it ideal for warm weather backpacking trips. Features on the Mobile Mummy include a 3/4-length center front zipper, which allows for easy ins and outs, a snug-fitting hood, a stowable footbox design, and draft-blocking baffles located at the collar, feet, arm ports, and behind the zipper. Read More

Sierra Designs
$259.95 at Backcountry.com

The Mobile Mummy 600 Sleeping Bag from Sierra Designs has all the features you want out of a dedicated backpacking bag. The 600-fi...ll duck DriDown combines the best of down, its warmth-to-weight ratio, with synthetic fill's ability to stay dry and still insulate when wet. A draft collar, tube and draft side curtains help to seal out the elements and preserve your body's natural heat, a must for efficiency in the backcountry. The centrally-placed, two-way zipper is easy to maneuver with either hand and can be zipped up from the bottom in order to gain some ventilation on warmer nights. Zipperless arm ports at the side allow you to wake up in the morning and make coffee, all without leaving the comfort of your sleeping bag and tent. The footbox at the bottom can be opened, letting your feet get out to breathe and cool down. Not only that, but it can be stowed up behind the bag, letting you walk around camp without dragging the bottom of the bag on the ground. Read More

Sierra Designs
$499.95 at Backcountry.com

The Sierra Designs Flash 3 FL Tent maintains the same space and luxury as its more husky comrade, the Flash 3, but it's much light...er to suit the needs of ultralight backpackers. What makes this tent so much lighter is its hybrid wall construction, which blends the benefits of both double-wall and single-wall construction, so you get a tent that's as light as a single-wall yet weather-protective like a double-wall. This innovative design also helps you set the tent up quickly in bad weather, and its steep walls and high ceiling give more space than conventional backpacking tents without any added weight. The gear closets also have plenty of space for multiple backpacks and several pairs of shoes, and Sierra Designs placed the closets opposite the doors so you don't have to climb over all your gear to get in and out. Sierra designs built both the fly and the floor out of ripstop fabric for durability without the weight, and the body features no-see-um mesh walls that provide an ample amount of airflow for the warmer nights. The thin DAC NSL poles are surprisingly strong for how light they are, and the 15-inch integrated awning poles maximize the tent's space without adding the weight of another support pole. This superlight tent will serve you with comfort, luxury, and a good night's sleep whether you're trekking the Appalachian Trail or doing a quick weekend trip in your home range. It fits three people snugly or gives elbow room when it's just you and another backpacking buddy. Read More

Sierra Designs
$179.95 at Backcountry.com

The amount of things you can do in the Sierra Designs Mobile Mummy SYN Sleeping Bag is endless. The award-winning mobile mummy des...ign allows your limbs to pop through the zipperless arm ports and foot box and move about camp, all while enjoying the warmth and comfort of your sleeping bag. This synthetic version of the bag has a EN comfort rating of 46-degrees Fahrenheit, making it ideal for warm weather backpacking trips. Features on the Mobile Mummy include a 3/4-length center front zipper, which allows for easy ins and outs, a snug-fitting hood, a stowable footbox design, and draft-blocking baffles located at the collar, feet, arm ports, and behind the zipper. Read More

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