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What's in the bag?
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We ride, and we camp, we tested and selected products that make sense in both quality and price. We research this kit and picked products that we would take on a ride.
Sleeping Bag: We went with the Snugpak Softie Elite, if it is good for the military it is good for us. With a temperature rating of 45°F / 36°F (7°C / 2°C) we feel it is the right companion for most of your late spring/summer and part of the fall (depends on where you ride) moto camping need. One of the coolest features about this bag is its reflective material that adds to the warmth of the bag. We especially love the expandable panel for those of us who are on the chubbier side of life.
Mat: We went for the Multimat as it was compact comfortable, was easy to inflate and deflate.But it stayed inflated when needed. It also happens to be orange and gray, Hugo Moto's colors. Here is the nitty gritty:
- Length: 72"
- Width: 20"
- Thickness: 1"
- Weight: 23 oz.
- Pack Size: 10.5" x 5"
- Temperature Rating: -4F to 122F
Mat supplied with stuff sack matching upper fabric, retaining bands & repair kit
Shelter: We included two Stasha from Snugpak. Having used these for a while now, we love their versatility; you can tie one to your bike to create a shelter and stake the other one as a floor to prevent moisture from getting into your sleeping bag. Also on rainy nights just fold the one on the floor in half and snap it close and use it as a bivvy bag. They come with all sort of small rope so you can tie it to a tree, or a Bigfoot to make the perfect shelter.
Mosquito net: Well, we live in Florida, and these damn things are everywhere at sunset. We added a no frill mosquito and no-see-um net; we attach it from our clutch lever to cover our face and arms when the suckers are out.
Light: Everyone needs an extra light. We tossed in an NDR 350 lumen LED light. It has a glass breaker on the handle. Why may you ask? Well, we are sure you will find a use for it.
Survival Tin: These are pretty useful to have around. 13 tools in a sardine box doesn't it sound like a dream come true? From small knife to fire steel and candle, it is all in there in case you need it.