Whether you're making the trek to Yosemite or pitching a tent at Kirby Cove this summer, it's time to spruce up your camping equipment (that ratty sleeping bag isn't cutting it). Our recommendations for gear that redefines roughing it:

The name of Alite's Easy Overnight Kit ($199) really says it all. It includes a durable yet chic pack to tote your provisions, two sets of bright nesting utensils and a cozy, coral-tipped sleeping bag replete with padded fleece slippers.

You can leave your vintage suitcase at home when you're crashing in FieldCandy's well-traveled tent ($677). It's guaranteed to make your campsite neighbors jealous.

Above sleeping on the ground? Hitch one of Vacations in a Can's teardrop trailers to your ride. Each of the three mobile cabins for rent ($175 for a two-night minimum) comes equipped with a mattress and linens, a two-burner propane stove and even a coffeemaker.

Car space is always a premium (especially if you're driving one of the million Mini Coopers we've been spotting around town). Save yourself some packing room with Yield's picnic bag ($56), which brilliantly unzips into a sturdy blanket.

As if bug bites weren't bad enough, the stench of most repellents is enough to make you gag. Jao Brand OutScent ($50) naturally fends off insects with a woodsy aroma that's so luscious, you'll want to wear it on date night.

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