Rumor has it you've been pounding the trail so hard that your feet swelled up and you needed some hardware to pry off your boots. Well, we're fresh out of boot jacks, but there is the Big Agnes Boot Jack 24-Degree Down Sleeping Bag, which packs down small and weighs so little that it'll definitely take some of the stress off your feet. It weighs just over two pounds, but is loaded with enough 600-fill water-repellent down, and has the sturdy water-repellent nylon fabric, to keep you warm even if temps drop below freezing or your bag gets a little bit wet. The Boot Jack's mummy design helps to keep weight down, but also works to increase insulation without boosting bulk, thanks in part to Insotect Flow construction, which prevents the down from working its way towards your feet and leaving cold spots behind. You'll be cozy all night in the soft nylon taffeta lining, and won't have to worry about drafts either, as the Boot Jack has a collar and zipper specifically designed to keep them at bay, as well as a contoured hood with a drawcord to seal your head against the cold.
Historic Range: $134.95-$199.95