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Gear Stay Toasty Outdoors With Hyperlite Mountain Gear’s 40-Degree QuiltIt's not cheap, but staying warm and dry while roughing it in the outdoors when you're camping or backpacking is priceless.

40 degree quilt

For those who shudder at the thought of glamping yet also wince at the thought of freezing your feet and ass off during a fall camping getaway, here’s a piece of gear to consider: The 40-Degree Quilt ($495).

Built to keep you warm on chilly and rainy nights, the quilt comes in three sizes (small, medium, and large), features a shell made of 7D micro-ripstop nylon, 1,000-fill power-down insulation for a comfortable loft and warmth retention, and a DWR coating to keep you dry. There’s also a sewn foot box to keep air from seeping in.

Also available is a Side Entry Pod for a reasonable $59 that you can add for easy storage (top right photo), as well as additional camping or backpacking gear such as sleeping bags and clothes.

And if you truly want to complete the package to ensure a solid night’s rest, pony up another $179.95 for a 2.5-inch thick Therm-a-Rest’s NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad. (FYI: Pictured underneath the models in the bottom photo.)

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