The New Camping Gear of 2017 for Alaskan Hunters

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The 2- and 3-person Hilleberg Kaitum and Kaitum GT models have long been popular with folks who go out in all seasons because of their roominess and light weight. Hilleberg’s new Kaitum 4 and Kaitum 4 GT 4-person models now bring that same combination to adventurers needing larger all-season tent options. Both the Kaitum 4 and Kaitum 4 GT have two entrances and two vestibules, and inner tents with near vertical walls for maximum useable space. The Kaitum 4 has two standard-sized vestibules, while the Kaitum 4 GT has one standard vestibule and one extended one. These tents will make excellent choices for anyone who wants to save weight for a group of three or four, for those who camp with their dogs or for anyone looking for a roomy and comfortable but remarkably lightweight 4-person tent.

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The Borderland 0 sleeping bag is an oversized sleep solution, offering freedom and flexibility of movement. With dual full-length zippers, the Borderland provides outstanding ventilation along with “arms out” dexterity for making coffee, sorting through gear or reading without leaving the warmth and comfort of your sleeping bag. An internal chest pocket keeps the essentials handy, burly #8 zippers are easy to use while resisting snags and draft tubes help keep cold air out. It weighs 5 pounds, 13 ounces and is large enough to accommodate an adult up to 6 feet, 4 inches tall, and includes a compression stuff sack that allows you to reduce the bag to 13 x 22inches.