This Winter Backpacking Gear Will Keep You Warm All Season

This Winter Backpacking Gear Will Keep You Warm All Season

This Winter Backpacking Gear Will Keep You Warm All Season

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One of the main concerns backpackers have during the winter season is staying warm. Even after the warm jackets, the longjohns, the gloves, and the fleece-lined boots, some of us still aren’t quite as toasty as we’d like to be. Luckily, the winter gear market has recognized that, and has found ways to keep us consistently warm while out on the trail this winter. If the one thing keeping you comfortable this season, or even from getting outdoors to begin with, is the bone-chilling cold, then consider getting yourself some of this winter backpacking gear.

ThermaCELL Heated Insoles

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If your feet can’t stay warm no matter how many pairs of those fuzzy socks you wear inside your boots, don’t fret. Just order yourself a pair of ThermaCell Heated Insoles that can slip right into any hiking boot or shoe you wear this winter. These awesome pieces of gear use a remote control to change the heat settings of the insoles and respond to your own body’s heat. Best of all, they’re comfortable!

Price: $129.99

YETI Rambler Vacuum Bottle

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One way to stay warm while backpacking is having constant access to a drink or soup that stays hot. Whether you prefer hot cocoa or chicken soup broth, there’s no reason you shouldn’t be able to have it if that’s what keeps you warm. Thankfully, YETI has a lot of products that will provide just that for you. The YETI Rambler Vacuum Bottle will keep your beverage piping hot in a mug that’s 100% leakproof.

MONTANE Prism Glove

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Just like our feet, our hands need to stay warm too. Unfortunately, some of the warmest options are ones that are hard to do anything with. The MONTANE Prism Gloves solve that problem for you. Because they are lightweight and not as bulky, you can have control of your fingers. They are micro fleece-lined, insulated, waterproof, and have a windproof outer shell. Additionally, they are easy to pack away and stick in your pockets. They also can be used for touch-screens. How cool is that?

Price: $58

HotSnapz

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If you can use heated insoles for your feet, then why wouldn’t you want to do the same for your precious hands? There are a lot of different hand warmers and hot packs on the market, but HotSnapz is a great value. These hand warmers get hot at the push of a “button” inside the pack. They’ll also stay warm for a good amount of time. And, depending on the size of your hands and the size of your gloves, you should be able to fit one of these babies inside while you backpack.

Price: $24.99 for 6

Patagonia Brodeo Beanie

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If you don’t want to let any heat escape you, you’ll need a hat on your winter backpacking gear list. Actually, any backpacker who hikes without one is putting themselves at risk. While there are many ways to cover your head, like a balaclava, a headband, or a hood, there’s nothing quite like the extra protection that comes with a good beanie. Patagonia, which makes great products for the winter, has a good selection of hats. But, we recommend the Patagonia Brodeo Beanie, which will fit nice and snug around your ears.

Price: $35.00

Don’t let the cold get to you when you head out to the trail this season. Just get yourself this winter backpacking gear!

hanalarock I'm Hana- a freelance travel writer and teacher who currently lives in South Korea. I'm originally from New York, but have spent the last two years traveling and living abroad. My first time hiking in the US was when I traveled around the country as a teenager. Though, my first adult backpacking trip was a year ago, when I hiked from Thailand down to Singapore for a month. I'm looking forward to many more adventures in the future. Visit my site for more information.