What’s the best part about camping? There are a thousand answers, and they’re all right. For us, it’s lounging around camp with a hot cup of coffee or cold cold beverage, either early in the morning or late at night. A campfire is of course preferred, though not always required. What is required though, is a comfy camp kit—a luxe base layer that’s more than just a set of sweats or pocketless long johns. In the past the Campfire Pant from Edgevale has caught our attention as a contender, but just this past week SF’s Taylor Stitch introduced the Pack Pullover and pant), the first installments in their FW16 Outdoors Collection.

Made with a new 100% recycled polyester grid fabric from Polartec, the top and bottom kit come in two dark color ways and look cozy as can be. The clever Power Grid material is the latest in compressible fabric tech, offering reduced weight and increased warmth. Additionally, the grid enhances wicking efficiency and breathability. What more could you ask for?

Design wise the Pullover features a 4-snap front placket and stand up collar to keep your neck warm, two chest pockets, and two hand warmer pockets. In short, this is the ideal camp kit for car camping (and couch surfing). Keep an eye on Taylor Stitch for more from the Outdoors Collection.