Spend much time in nature's majesty, and you can't help but succumb to myriad deep thoughts, chief being your misfortune for not having a house/office/bus depot. Make that time considerably more palatable with camping gear by Alite Designs.
The brainchild of a Mission-based crackteam that includes an ex-North Face design director, Alite's a wryly urban line of camping gear, the centerpiece of which is a sleeping bag that's built specifically for taking the skin ferry to sex island. Enter the Sexy Hotness, a super loft polyester-quilted conjoining-ready modular sack that zips you into one or more other such sacks and is decked with cheeky Kama Sutra embossed lining, a middle zipper for independent leg movement, and built-in/insulated foot-warmer pockets and padded feet for unzipping and skulking into the woods after failing to achieve sexy hotness. Other collection staples include the Japanese-styled Hikari daypack (with top skirt draw
string closure and adjustable sternum/shoulder straps), the Euro/vintage-inspired Tancho backpack (with an interior hydration pouch and a hidden top flap "stash pocket"), and the ultra light Monarch chair -- with just two aluminum legs for rockin' back and forth, it packs up compactly to the "size of a very large burrito (SF Style)", or the size of a very small baby (Mountain View style).
Rounding out Alite's arsenal's a bevy of dog-cessories, including the Kung Fu Collar, which has a zip-up stash pocket for storing poo bags, the purchase of which'll have you succumbing to more deep thoughts, chief being dogs are wayyy better prepared for homelessness than you, and now its even got poop bags!