best camping gear

The best camping gear is critical when you’re sleeping outdoors in Alaska. Shivering through the night in an improperly rated sleeping bag is an experience most adventurers would prefer not to repeat. The best camping gear selections by the Fish Alaska team have been field tested and all things considered, these will be sure to keep you warm and comfortable out there with the highest quality sleeping bags.

Best Camping Gear

best camping gear

Sea to Summit Tanami Camping Down Comforter (35°F & 50°F)

This comforter is perfect for those who seek a little luxury in their couple’s camping experience. Designed to be used with the matching sleeping pad or sleeping bag, the comforter has drawcords and straps to keep everything secured while you and your partner sleep. The 750+ loft and non-PFC treatment means your bedding will stay warm, fluffy and dry, and with temperature rating options of 50º and 35º you can pick your preference.

best camping gear

Cascade Mountain Tech Ultralight Camp Table

This portable camp table weighs just over 2 pounds, and the packed dimensions are 22” x 4.7”. When assembled, the dimensions are 21.2” x 20.7” x 14.8”. This little table is surprisingly strong, with a weight capacity of 50 pounds. When assembled, the table has a taut, polyester-fabric top. The table top includes 2 built-in cup holders. This table is easy to carry when packed and comes in a nylon carry bag with a shoulder strap.

Draft Top Lift

This is a cool product for several reasons. It takes the entire top off a canned beverage. This allows you to enjoy the full aroma and smooth pour of your favorite beverage, whether it’s an IPA, RTD (ready to drink), seltzer or canned coffee all without needing a glass or wasting a plastic cup. It also makes it possible to pour or drink without the usual foam-creating glug-glug-glug from a can opened the traditional way. It will allow you to add spirits to a soft drink, or garnishes, or ice, right in the can. Once you try this, you’ll like it.

best camping gear

Yeti Tundra Haul Wheeled Cooler

This is our first experience with a wheeled Yeti cooler and we are impressed. It’s a tank—built to last. The heavy-duty handle makes it really easy to roll the cooler, which weighs a meaty 37.5 pounds empty. Interior dimensions are 19.1” x 11.4” x 14.1”. We found the cooler rolled smoothly over a mixture of terrain including gravel, grass, asphalt, and wood. We used an Arctic Ice Tundra Series XXL Pack to keep food cold for several days within the Tundra Haul. The handle folds down flush onto the cooler making it easier to pick up the Tundra Haul when needed.