When it comes to cold weather, it might seem obvious that natural fabrics like wool are the preferable option in terms of keeping warm, but that's not always the case. Various synthetic materials offer comfort from the cold, and can oftentimes even be more effective.
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Posted by Ellie B. on 11/15/2019
Camping in cold and freezing temperatures can be a great experience if you've prepared well and stay safe. Researching the camp location and planning ahead is necessary to pack smart.
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