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Our guide to the perfect kit for an overnight microadventure! Everything featured here fits in our Og backpack
Our Ventile Og is perfect for lightweight adventures. It's simple and versatile, and will keep the weather at bay no matter how heavy the storm.

Our Ventile Og is perfect for lightweight adventures. It's simple and versatile, and will keep the weather at bay no matter how heavy the storm.

Sleeping: Sleep soundly by investing in a decent sleeping bag. We use this British made PHD Minim Ultra down bag that weighs no more than a can of coke, and is just as tiny! A decent rollmat will stop you leaching heat into the ground. This Thermarest NeoAir is thick and cushy, but packs down small!

Sleeping: Sleep soundly by investing in a decent sleeping bag. We use this British made PHD Minim Ultra down bag that weighs no more than a can of coke, and is just as tiny! A decent rollmat will stop you leaching heat into the ground. This Thermarest NeoAir is thick and cushy, but packs down small!

Shelter: For lightweight microadventures, get yourself a bivy bag and sleep under the stars! The Alpkit Hunka is great for newbies and seasoned pros alike.

Shelter: For lightweight microadventures, get yourself a bivy bag and sleep under the stars! The Alpkit Hunka is great for newbies and seasoned pros alike.

Navigation: Forget you're fancy GPS, a proper compass doesn't need batteries or signal. We keep ours close to hand by attaching using a Miscellaneous Adventures toggle to secure it to the outside of our pack. Make sure you've packed the map!

Navigation: Forget you're fancy GPS, a proper compass doesn't need batteries or signal. We keep ours close to hand by attaching using a Miscellaneous Adventures toggle to secure it to the outside of our pack. Make sure you've packed the map!

Tools: We never head into the wild without a knife by our site. They are the original multitool! This is a traditional Puukko - a Finnish design with a fixed blade - but pocket knives will do the job too!

Tools: We never head into the wild without a knife by our site. They are the original multitool! This is a traditional Puukko - a Finnish design with a fixed blade - but pocket knives will do the job too!

Weather Protections: A lightweight waterproof is great for short trips. We use the Berghaus VapourLite Hyper Smock. Don't forget waterproof trousers if the weather looks bad!

Weather Protections: A lightweight waterproof is great for short trips. We use the Berghaus VapourLite Hyper Smock. Don't forget waterproof trousers if the weather looks bad!

Tools: A small hatchet is great for liberating firewood and doing a spot of carving in the wild. This one is made by Robin Wood. Seriously.

Tools: A small hatchet is great for liberating firewood and doing a spot of carving in the wild. This one is made by Robin Wood. Seriously.

Clothes: For overnight adventures, we don't bother with a change of clothes. We just take some thick long-johns and a thermal top to wear while we sleep. Merino wool is warm and doesn't smell even after days of use. Sadly, it doesn't stop you from smelling.

Clothes: For overnight adventures, we don't bother with a change of clothes. We just take some thick long-johns and a thermal top to wear while we sleep. Merino wool is warm and doesn't smell even after days of use. Sadly, it doesn't stop you from smelling.

Warmth. Jumpers are great, but they can be heavy. We use a down jacket like this one - the Mountain Hardware Ghost Whisperer.

Warmth. Jumpers are great, but they can be heavy. We use a down jacket like this one - the Mountain Hardware Ghost Whisperer.