Camping Baselayers

Here is my go-to sleeping formula while camping! I sleep cold all year round, so this outfit keeps me nice and toasty for three-season camping!


Pants

The two baselayer pants that I wear to sleep in are the REI Co-op Midweight Base Layer Tights and the REI Co-op Teton Fleece Pants 2.0. The leggings are used for warmer nights and on any backpacking trip, whereas I use the fleece pants for colder nights and typically when I car camp. The REI Co-op Midweight Base Layer Tights are great for layering in the winter as well!


Warmer Nights:

REI Co-op Midweight Base Layer Tights

Cost: $49.95


Chillier Nights:

REI Co-op Teton Fleece Pants 2.0

Cost: $59.95




Tops

The two baselayer tops that I wear to sleep in are the REI Co-op Midweight Base Layer Crew Top - Women's and the Smartwool Merino 250 Base Layer Crew Top. I like both equally because they are stink proof, stylish, and keep me warm!


Affordability:

REI Co-op Midweight Base Layer Crew Top - Women's

Cost: $49.95


Investment:

Smartwool Merino 250 Base Layer Crew Top

Cost: $100





FleECES

The two fleece jackets that I wear to sleep are the Women's Re-Tool Snap-T® Fleece Pullover and the Women’s TKA Glacier ¼ Zip. I love wearing my Patagonia Pullover if I don't have to worry about the weight that I am carrying, so like this for car camping. I cannot find a link for my exact North Face, but the one linked in similar and I like it because it is lightweight and warm!


Affordable and Lightweight:

Women’s TKA Glacier ¼ Zip

Cost: $59.00


Investment and Bulkier:

Women's Re-Tool Snap-T® Fleece Pullover

Cost: $129.00






Socks

I wear a few socks to sleep, but the only ones that always keep my feet warm enough are the Smartwool Everyday Heritage Crew Socks. I am not sure what it is about these socks, but they are perfect for keeping your toes warm!


Tried and True:

Smartwool Everyday Heritage Crew Socks

Cost: $18.95 on sale



BEanie

We always want to wear a hat if we are sleeping in a cold environment because heat escapes from our extremities, so a hat can be a must! I prefer to use a wool cap. I just got this one from Madewell and it works great!


Stylish and Practical:

Chunky Merino Wool Cuffed Beanie Cost: $19.99






That's a wrap for my trusty sleep outfit


Best,


Lea Dawn Hart