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Rumpl Original Puffy Blanket
Rumpl Original Puffy Blanket

$74.99 - $125.00

WAS: $110.00*

Rumpl NanoLoft Travel Blanket
  • Glacier Rays
  • Pyro Tri Fade
  • Deepwater
Rumpl NanoLoft Travel Blanket

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WAS: $85.00*

Rumpl NanoLoft Puffy One Person Blanket
  • Crisp Fade
  • Patina Pixel Fade
  • Deepwater
Rumpl NanoLoft Puffy One Person Blanket

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WAS: $165.00 - $180.00*

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Rumpl NANOLOFT® Puffy Flame Blanket
  • Crimson
  • Dijon
Rumpl NANOLOFT® Puffy Flame Blanket

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WAS: $130.00*

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The North Face Wawona Blanket
  • Beta Blu Dye Textur Print
  • Laurelwreath Grnkilim Geo
  • Asphalt Grey/TNF Black
The North Face Wawona Blanket

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WAS: $75.00*

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Grand Trunk 360 ThermaQuilt
  • Blue/Navy Blue
  • Red/Crimson
Grand Trunk 360 ThermaQuilt

$99.95

WAS: $99.99*

MSR Air Head Down Pillow
  • Midnight Print
MSR Air Head Down Pillow

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WAS: $59.99 - $69.99*

YETI Lowlands Blanket
  • Fireside Red
  • Nordic Purple
  • Alpine Yellow
  • Smoke Blue
YETI Lowlands Blanket

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WAS: $200.00*

Disc-O-Bed Large Cam-O-Bunk
  • Green
Disc-O-Bed Large Cam-O-Bunk

$399.99

WAS: $429.99*

Helinox Convertible Cot One
  • Black
Helinox Convertible Cot One

$349.95

WAS: $349.99*

Explore Camp Bedding a Public Lands

After a day of exploration, there’s nothing quite as relaxing as curling up under the stars. Sweet dreams can quickly turn sour without the right bedding, though. Public Lands has a variety of camp bedding to keep you comfy while you explore the great outdoors.

Air Mattresses

Air mattresses have come a long way since their invention. The best air mattresses offer comfort levels that rival traditional beds.

Choose a mattress with a built-in pump so that you won’t have to struggle with it when you’re most tired. For camping, you’ll want a battery-operated pump. (Don’t forget to buy the batteries!)

You’ll also want to make sure the mattress top is flocked. A flocked top is covered in a velvet-like material so that sheets, blankets, or sleeping bags won’t slip around.

Most importantly, check the mattress’s dimensions to see if it will fit in your tent.

Cots

For a space-saving alternative, try a cot. Some even come in the form of bunk beds!

Sleeping Bag Liners

When you’re miles from the nearest shower, you need a liner to keep your sleeping bag's interior clean. They also help you regulate temperature, so you’ll need different liners for different seasons.

Some liners excel at moisture wicking, helping you stay cool during the summer months. Others add up to 25°F of warmth.

Pillows

Your camping pillow should be easy to pack. For some situations, you might need it to be water-resistant.

You can squish foam pillows into small packages, but inflatable pillows are also great for packing. To save as much space as possible, check a pillow’s pack size before purchasing.

Blankets

Choose a blanket based on the temperature range you expect while camping. In the summer, look for a blanket that excels at moisture wicking, and for winter, choose a well-insulated blanket. Options with cape clips let you wear your blanket around your shoulders, hands-free.