How to Bundle Up in Winter When Camping

Camping in the winter comes down to one major unsung hero: layers.

Layering up during the cold winter months is the key to staying warm on your camping trip. Base layers like longjohns offer different versions of necks, cuffs, waistlines, zip-ups and more – whatever your personal preference may be.

Here’s how to stay warm this winter with these cozy layers.

Patagonia Thermals

One of the best ways to keep warm this winter is by pulling on a warm thermal – especially one from Patagonia. Made from Polartec Power Grid, the material is warm, static-free and breathable. Ideal for skiing, the Patagonia thermal comes with a thin snug hood that fits perfectly underneath helmets.

Fjallraven Bergtagen Woolmesh

Since it adjusts to varying conditions and activity levels, the Fjallraven Bergtagen Woolmesh delivers versality no matter the camping activity. Boasting warm, wool terry over the shoulders, chest and upper arms, it also allows cool air to pass through the mesh covered sleeves, side panels and lower torso to maintain a solid temperature.

Ibex Woolies 1 Crew

Ibex is an eco-rooted company that makes their products exclusively from merino wool. It offers warmth with minimal bulk in the form of crew necks and/or legging bottoms. Since the material is durable nylon, it’s comfortable, lightweight and breathable, all while keeping you warm.


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