A backpack that’s also a tiny single-person tent. The Freestyle Bivypack’s main compartment has a 40L capacity, and there’s 10L more on its exterior pockets. Its carbon fiber frame doubles as the tent poles and it’s made mostly of waterproof nylon.
A four-person tent with a 6″ inflatable mattress base. The base is made of durable vinyl and the tent will also come with a kit for patching small holes. The base is also removable for easy replacement or if you want to pack light.
Colorful four-person tents that come with a 5W solar panel, a lithium-ion battery and charging cables. The idea is to charge the battery at home then plug it into the solar panel when you’re out to keep it topped up.
You won’t have a hard time finding your camp with these tents. The limited-edition designs vary from playful to abstract. The tents are also waterproof, durable and roomy enough for two people.
The Wavecave is a surfboard bag and tent in one. It can carry up to 4 surfboards, and the 12mm foam padding that protects the boards doubles as the bed when the Wavecave is set up as a tent.
Telescoping poles are pre-attached to the tent, so it takes two people just a minute to set it up or take it down. Made of fully taped weather-resistant fabric. Available in 4, 6 and 8 person models.
If you’re like us, your crazy fantasy of leaving on a cross-country bike trek just got a little crazier thanks to Topeak’s Bikamper. It’s a personal shelter that uses your bike in place of tent-poles.
Youâ€™ll be the envy of the campsite when you step out in the morning from this 4 person tent with 2 zip-separated full size rooms, a full-size replica of the iconic VW Camper Van. (Thanks Chris!)
The Cave by Heimplanet is an inflatable tent. No assembly is required – just use a pump or compressor and you’ll have it set up in less than a minute. Goodbye tent poles – you won’t be missed.