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Rooftop Rebirth: Tepui Upcycles Used Tent Covers
The popular rooftop tent maker just introduced an initiative to reduce waste while making adventure gear from your travel cover scraps.
Truck, Boat, Gear: Hatch Offers Unique Rentals For Montana Anglers
With Hatch Adventures, rent a Toyota Tacoma or Jeep Wrangler equipped with a top-mounted Go Fast Camper platform and a rowing drift boat.
Big Agnes Tiger Wall UL2 Review: Ultralight 2-Person Tent
Big Agnes managed to expertly shave weight without sacrificing comfort in its Tiger Wall UL2 tent, reviewed here. After a number of backpacking trips, this ultralight two-person, two-vestibule tent has secured a top spot in our backpacking arsenal.
Thinnest Rooftop Tent? Go Fast Campers ‘Platform’ Gets Skinny
The Go Fast Campers (GFC) Platform Tent takes the rooftop tent (RTT) to new levels of quality. This new RTT is lightweight, crazy thin, feature-rich, and 100 percent American made.
Take Shelter: 9 Eye-Catching Tents for 2019
Each year, brands manage to push the design envelope on one of the most core pieces of outdoor gear — tents. For 2019, brands shaved grams, used cutting-edge fabrics, and designed tents for bikes.
Hard Shell, Soft Top: iKamper Unveils X-Cover Rooftop Tent With Gear Rack
Before year-end, iKamper will release the X-Cover, touted by the brand as the world’s first ‘coverless’ four-person rooftop tent with an integrated gear rack.
iKamper Skycamp: Sleep on the Roof With a Family of 4
The iKamper Skycamp gives the whole family room to camp on top of your car or truck. We put it to the test in the mountains of Colorado.
‘All-Terrain Tent’ Pitches on Land, Sea, and Air
Years ago, Tentsile told you to chuck its tent into a tree. Now it wants you to throw it in a lake.
Gear Overhaul: Mountain Hardwear Doubles Down on Climbing for 2019
Mountain Hardwear hits the reset button for 2019, harking back to its alpine roots. Nothing on its equipment line goes untouched for the reboot. We joined the brand on the Grand Teton to get the story first.
First Look: Black Diamond Revamps Tents for 2019
Beginning in January, Black Diamond will release all-new tents and lineup updates for the first time in a decade.
Rooftop Tents and the Love-Hate Paradox
Rooftop tents can be both awesome and annoying at the same time. One man explains his love-hate relationship with sleeping on top of a car.
How to Choose a Tent: An Explainer
With camping season upon us, we’re here to help you find the best tent for your outdoor pursuits. From tent features to sleeping capacity, we cover it all.
Free Gear Fridays: Eureka! Midori Two-Person Tent Giveaway
Win a Eureka! Midori two-person tent in this week’s Free Gear Friday giveaway! Click to enter now.
MSR Hubba Tour 2 Tent Review: Weather Storms in Style
Forced to spend outside time inside your tent? MSR builds its new adventure touring tent for those bad weather days with a spacious vestibule to hang out and store all your gear.
All-Weather Basecamp: NEMO Chogori 2P Mountaineering Tent Review
We tested the four-season Nemo Chogori mountaineering tent – blurring the lines between single- and double-wall design – through wind, rain, and snow.
Tent Tech: Light, Tough, & Waterproof With Dyneema Fabric
A cottage manufacturer out of Japan just launched a single-wall tent that weighs under 2 pounds but is meant to face the challenges of alpine climbing and mountaineering. And the brand’s secret is in its name: DSM Dyneema.
Smart Tent: Solar-Charging Shelter Pairs With Phone
Built-in lanterns, light-up stakes, solar power, and a modular-add-on design – the Cinch tent aims to make “roughing it,” a lot less rough.
Pitch a Pyramid: Hyperlite Ultamid 2 Tent Review
Minimalism meets all-mountain functionality in the next great line of multi-sport tents. We reviewed the ultralight Ultamid 2 tent in Mexico, Colorado, and the Sierras. Made from Dyneema fabric, this is one tough, expensive tent.