This lightweight, ultra bright 250-lumen lantern from Goal Zero also features a USB port for charging electronics. If the sun isn’t shining, no worries, there’s a handcrank on top or you can plug into your GoalZero solar panel.
If you literally slept out there under the stars, you’d be eaten alive by bugs and that sucks. But most tents make it hard to see the scenery. Not this one. Ticla Tents’ TeaHouse 3 is designed to make the most of your campsite views. Panoramic wrap-around windows & roof make star-gazing the main attraction for your night in the woods and their G.O.O.D. storage system makes packing it up in the morning easy, just like it should be but usually isn’t.
If you’ve ever been camping, you know it took way too long for this to come along: The Aesent tent features a built-in air mattress. In fact the whole floor of the tent is inflatable, which means you can roll all over the place in comfort, on a cushy 6-inch bed of air.
Yes, your Jeep or FJ can crawl over tree stumps and climb effortlessly up mountainsides but fitting all your getaway gear inside isn’t quite as easy. For you guys, this spare tire mounted stainless steel BBQ grate will give you a great place to grill without taking up precious cargo space inside your little four-by. Fits tires 29”-37”.
The stainless steel makes it looks like one of those old timey camp lanterns from Grandpa’s cabin but instead of using lamp fuel & other outdated technologies to create that vintage ambience, the Forest Lantern uses a rechargeable 3-hour Li-Ion battery & an LED light.
Like the MRE field meals soldiers have been using for decades, the BaroCook system uses exothermic reaction packets to heat your food. Activated by water, these packets will boil water, and cook your dinner in the compact nesting containers, & they stay at 212º for up to 30 minutes. No fire.
Technology is shrinking pretty much everything. The Spark SPI sleeping bag from Sea To Summit really could not get any more minimal. It features 850+ loft goose down and an ultralight 10D shell but still allows you to pack & compress it down to the size of a large grapefruit. via
The only thing lighter than the Vertex campstove is no campstove. It’s made of tempered stainless steel, and packs down smaller than a trailmap, weighing only 1.8 ounces. You still need to bring the fuel, but it’s versatile, using either superlight Esbit fuel tablets or the popular and also puny, Trangia alcohol burner.
Until now, year-round campers have had no choice but to buy multiple sleeping bags for keeping sufficiently warm or cool depending on the time of year. Now Kammok has come up with a solution to the multi-bag issue. Their new modular sleeping bag uses an interchangeable baffle system that lets you add or subtract fill to change the warmth rating.