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BioLite BaseLantern Camping Light

BioLite BaseLantern Camping Light

BioLite, the same company that made the excellent CampStove that also charges your phone, is back with a new product, BaseLantern, to tackle outdoor and campsite lighting. BaseLantern is a 500-lumen flatpack lantern that is a fraction of the size of the outdoor lanterns we grew u...

The Casper Pillow Is Designed for Every Sleeping Position

The Casper Pillow Is Designed for Every Sleeping Position

How do you sleep? On your back? Side? Whatever position you land in after a long day? No matter how you rest your head, Casper has your perfect pillow. The Casper Pillow stays supportive, cool, and comfortable all night long—no matter what position you wind up in. Every aspect of the unique pillow-in-pillow design has been meticulously engineered for perfect sleep. It provides the perfect balance of squish and support, stays cool so you never need to flip it, and can even be tried out for 100 nights. Don’t get the best sleep ever? Send it back for a full refund. It’s time for better sleep.

Melina Is a Tent You Can Wear as a Backpack

Melina Is a Tent You Can Wear as a Backpack

Designed to give wearers the ability to create their own personal space in an urban environment, David Shatz's Melina is a backpack that transforms into a single person tent using a clever accordion-style folding mechanism. Details about the project are scarce, but we do know tha...

Vintage Overland Caravans

Vintage Overland Caravans

Vintage Overland is a company built on an appreciation for adventure. Founder Britton Purser's wanderlust evolved from motorcycles at the age of seven to design school in LA and ultimately home to the Colorado-Utah border where he started Vintage Overland using inspiration from a...

Interconnectable Tents From POD Tents

Interconnectable Tents From POD Tents

POD Tents are a whole new way to tent camp. Designed to sleep 4 (POD Mini) or 8 (POD Maxi), each POD is made of ripstop polyester with taped seams and designed to assemble into its own tent very easily. The revolutionary part of each of the units is that they can all be interconn...

Stay in a Medievel Tent at Leeds Castle

Stay in a Medievel Tent at Leeds Castle

You might not have to wake in the morning to stretch before your jousting match, but if you want a bit of a medieval experience—albeit a much swankier one—consider staying on the grounds of Leeds Castle. You can choose between eight striped tents that sit outside the castle, ...

Artist Tents From Field Candy

Artist Tents From Field Candy

You can find tents in different shapes, sizes and colors, but no one is doing full-scale artistic decoration like British brand FieldCandy. Each FieldCandy tent is handmade in England and designed to stand out from your surroundings rather than blend into them. That means you can...

The Reusable Swedish Log Stovetop

The Reusable Swedish Log Stovetop

There are plenty of options for a makeshift camping stove if you didn't bring something that bears the Weber or Coleman name. One of the most popular is an ancient northern European technique that involves splitting a log into four pieces and building a fire inside. It's easy eno...

The Camp Champ Is a Mobile Outdoor Kitchen

The Camp Champ Is a Mobile Outdoor Kitchen

Camping is fun, but you can't convince us eating cans of beans is the reason why. To take the food during your next camping excursion to another level, there's the Camp Champ. The Camp Champ is basically an entire kitchen in a crate. An expensive crate. It includes everything fr...

The REI evrgrn Collection

The REI evrgrn Collection

Recreational Equipment Inc, better known as REI, has always been a place where you could find most anything you needed to spend some quality time in the great outdoors. They just launched a new house brand of gear called evrgrn (yes, they spell it like that) that's designed to be...

Tiktaalik Professional Camping Knives

Tiktaalik Professional Camping Knives

Unless you plan on living on Jiffy Pop and domestic beer for the entirety of the time you spend camping (if that works for you, go for it), you're going to need to cook something at some point. We're not necessarily opposed to frozen slabs of meat and pasteurized processed cheese...