As anyone who's ever hallucinated while rock-climbing will agree, not every adventure has to be a high one, or so's the thinking of Poler, a new, Portland-based outfitter who strips away unnecessary tech to serve the guy that "adventures all over the world while wearing jeans, a t-shirt, and sneakers"...but also, you know, their stuff. Camping gets casual with highlights like:
Napsacks: The lovechild of sleeping bag, a Snuggie, and a robe, this one-stop-snuggly-shop's got a hood, and zippers at the shoulders so you can pop your arms out, plus there's a cinch at the bottom, and a spot for headphones, just in case you want to look really cool while walking around in this thing.
The Man [& Two Man] Tents: This 4.5-pounder's got a sheer star-gaze-able fabric when used sans rain fly, and is big enough that you can sit up (impromptu camping ab workout!), while the 6lb Two Man's got enough room for just that, plus eye-shaped windows, and two vestibules, so, umm...impromptu camping vestibule hangout?
The Rucksack & The Duffaluffagus: The old-school ruck has removable side pouches, a padded laptop sleeve, and leather lash-downs, while the duffel has tuck-away backpack straps, a skateboard strap, and, at 12''x12''x28'', is "bigger than legal carry-on size but will fit in the overhead so if you walk it on you're usually fine"... unless you're packing for another high adventure, in which case, RUN.