Sleeping Clothes

Down Hood

Zpacks Down Hood

Zpacks Down Hood (made by GooseFeetGear)

1.5 ounces.


Zpacks Pillow Stuff Sack, inside out and ready for sleeping.

Zpacks Pillow Stuff Sack

Very big stuff sack. I use this one sack for my sleeping bag, sleeping thermals, down hood, and down jacket. At night, I flip it inside out and stuff with my down jacket and dry clothes.

2 ounces.

Thermal Top and Bottom

Terramar Thermasilk Crew Neck Top

Works well. Its best attribute is its weight, but not terribly warm. Just enough of a layer to keep skin from sticking to skin. Size: Medium.

3.3 ounces.

Terramar Thermasilk Pant

Jury is still out on these. Super light, but basically glorified pantyhose. Not very warm, but it keeps skin off of skin. Size: Medium.

3 ounces.

Here’s where you can buy both items:

Terramar Men’s Thermasilk Crew Neck Top
Terramar Men’s Thermasilk Pant

Wool Socks

Darn Tough Men’s 1/4 Merino Wool Socks

Darn Tough Vermont Merino Wool Socks

Surprisingly thin, comfy, and warm. Merino wool keeps the odor at bay. I use one of these for sleeping and another two pairs to hike in. The customer service at Darn Tough is apparently amazing.

2.3 ounces (per pair for size 11).

Here’s where you can buy these socks:

Darn Tough Vermont Men’s 1/4 Merino Wool Cushion Hiking Socks