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What Clothes Should You Pack For A Camping Trip?

July 14, 2020

What Clothes Should You Pack For A Camping Trip?

Whether you’re a camping connoisseur or doing your best to survive a weekend of roughing it, there’s one thing everyone can agree on; no camping trip can be a success without the right gear. Below we break down what to wear camping to best enjoy all that nature has to offer while staying comfortable in any weather.

What to Bring on a Camping Trip

Of course, what to wear camping will largely depend on the expected climate of your location. West Coast nights can be just as cold as East Coast ones. Sunny, 80 degree days can easily drop down to 40 degree nights. Pack smart with wind, water-resistant layers, the right footwear and proper headwear for all-around comfort and protection for your next camping trip.

Camping Wind & Water Resistant Layers

If you’re looking for the most versatile layers to pack light while packing smart, look no further than Gobi Heat® camping gear. Heated vests, shells, sweatshirts, gloves, socks, and base layers make the perfect chilly late night and dewey early morning camping companions. Simply power up and start your day in the warm comfort of a Gobi Heat® wind and water-resistant Sahara heated jacket. Move freely in the lightweight Dune heated vest, then pack it away into your hiking pack when you need to lose some layers. Relax after a long day of biking and hiking in the comfort of the Ridge heated hoodie, lined with super soft polar fleece and guaranteed to keep you cozy when the sun goes down. Our heated base layers will keep you warm and comfortable through the night when variable temperatures and conditions take over.

Camping Footwear

Footwear should be one of the first items on your “what to bring on a camping trip” list. Whether you’re hiking to your campsite or plan on exploring your temporary home, packing the right footwear will pay off in the long run. Find a boot that works well in variable conditions. If you know you’ll be trekking in snowy or icy conditions, consider ice grips that you can easily put on your boots.

Camping Headgear

Proper headgear for all expected weather is a big-ticket item on your “what to bring on a camping trip” list. Cold conditions can feel much colder without the right headgear. In fact, 40% to 45% of body heat is lost through the head. Gobi Heat® heated beanies are the perfect addition to your cold-weather camping ensemble. The proper headwear is also important in the summer. The last thing you want to deal with on a relaxing camping trip is a sunburned head or face. No matter how long or short your trip, what to bring on a camping trip is an important question you should take the time to answer. Packing the proper gear will keep you comfortable and prepared for whatever the weather has in store.

Happy Camping!






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