Category Archive: Sea to Summit

Glacier National Park

5 Days in Glacier National Park Packing List

Recently I spent a week in Glacier National Park doing the 55 mile northern high loop. This is a full gear list including both packed and worn items for the trip. Since this trip took place in late summer/early fall we had to be prepared for showers and sun (both of which we encountered).

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Sea to Summit UltraLight Sleeping Mat

Sea to Summit UltraLight Sleeping Mat Review

Sleeping pads have always been one of those things I’m constantly rotating through my pack – never satisfied… Until now! Sea to Summit recently released two new sleeping mat product lines, insulated and uninsulated, that include three versions each – UltraLight, Comfort Light, and Comfort Plus.  I picked up the non-insulated Sea to Summit UltraLight […]

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Sea to Summit Spark SPIII

Sea to Summit Spark SPIII Sleeping Bag Review

Sea to Summit has followed up their release of the Spark SPI sleeping bag with the release of two, warmer, versions – the Spark SPII and Spark SPIII.  I recently began using the SPIII to see if I liked it as much as I did the Sea to Summit Spark SPI.  Its essentially the same […]

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Sea to Summit Aeros Ultralight Pillow

Sea to Summit Aeros Ultralight Pillow Review

This season Sea to Summit released three new pillows.  I recently got a chance to try out the Aeros Ultralight Pillow.  Did it leave a crick in my neck or help me drift off to blissful backcountry slumber? Read on to find out!

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Sea to Summit Aeros Traveller Pillow Review

What always makes a night’s sleep in the backcountry better? A pillow that’s what! The Sea to Summit Aeros Traveller Pillow, one of two “Aeros” ultralight pillows introduced by Sea to Summit this season,  aims to give you the comfort you desire but without the weight penalty associated with most pillows. I, like many of you, have a love/hate […]

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Sea to Summit Delta Insul-Mug Review

The Sea to Summit Delta Insul-Mug is a great insulated plastic mug that is big enough to double as a small bowl – all in a fairly lightweight package.  If I’m going to bring a mug with me into the backcountry its going to be insulated.  The luxury of having a hot cup of coffee […]

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Sea to Summit Rapid 26L DryPack Review

During the later parts of the summer I was planning a rafting trip down the Deschutes river in Oregon and needed a pack that I could stow in the raft to store snacks, sunscreen, fishing equipment and lunch. Normally a standard dry bag would work but with Steelhead running I needed something I could toss […]

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Sea to Summit Spark SPI Sleeping Bag Review

I have been in the market for a new, lightweight, treated down sleeping bag for a while.  When I saw the Sea to Summit Spark SPI sleeping bag earlier this year I knew I had to hold out for it.  I’m glad I did because Sea to Summit delivered a fantastic sleeping bag that is […]

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