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  • Down Booties

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    Feathered Friends Down Booties were designed to offer the versatility of an extremely warm, insulated sock with a weather resistant shell that made ventures outside the tent possible without having to put your boots back on.  The combination can be worn around camp and when it's time to climb in your bag, leave the dirt behind and slide in with the warmest pair of socks you can find.  Our booties were built for warmth, not a marathon, so please use them responsibly.

    Made with ethically-sourced 800+ fill power goose down

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  • Cocoon Expedition Silk Liner

    The Cocoon Expedition Ripstop Silk liner is a great addition to a cold-weather trip, as it provides a little boost in warmth for the colder sleepers. The Expedition liner takes the brunt from any night time perspiration, so it is easier to hang up and dry. Learn More
  • Cocoon Silk Mummy Liner

    MummyLiners respond well the a large range of conditions. In the summer time, when it can get uncomfortably warm, the silk liner feels cool to the touch. In the shoulder seasons, the silk provides a welcome touch of warmth. Learn More
  • Outdoor Research Airpurge Dry Compression Sack

    In addition to protection and durability, the updated AirPurge Dry Compression Sack™ features an air permeable/waterproof fabric band that purges excess air from the sack during compression. Fully taped seams and a roll-top closure provide complete water protection. Pair it with a Feathered Friends sleeping bag for a lightweight and compressible combo. Learn More
  • Sea-to-Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack

    That large parka or down sleeping bag could use a little packability nudge and protection, and the Sea to Summit eVent Compression Sack offers both. The air permeable but waterproof eVent bottom of the compression sack pushes out air as you compress the sack, making the process easier. And since the eVent Compression Sack has waterproof seams and a roll top, you can keep any spilled water bottles or river fording accidents from soaking your gear and spoiling your trip. Learn More

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