Look at this tent. You just can't glimpse it and not immediately want to pack up and go camping out under the beautiful blanket of the night sky food a few days.
Instead of using the porch area of your tent to house your rucksack and cooking equipment, Redverz Gear tailored this section to fit motorbikes so riders can avoid theft, rain, sandstorms or just bears pissing on the exhaust pipe overnight.
The Everest climb is a notoriously nasty expedition. Here's an inside look at some of the gear used to climb that icy mountain fortress, from the earliest expeditions to today's tech-filled ventures.
On sale for 10,000 Euros, these Dutch tents were created using inflatable airbags, all sewn together to make the perfect hideaway. They measure 8m by 6m, so you could even park your car in there too, for "extra protection."
This is the impressive Khan Shatyr, the world's tallest tent at 490 feet (150 meters). They are building it in the capital of Kazakhstan, and it will include a leisure park, shops, restaurants and an artificial beach.
Why carry a jack, tent and sleeping bag on your back when all these items can fold into one, wearble 3lb bundle?
This amusing piece of furniture comes to us courtesy of designer Philippe Malouin for the Italian company Campeggi. Thanks to velcro and a little elbow grease, it can transform from a chair to a tent—and everything in-between.
Not since the 15-below jacket have I seen an outdoor garment as versatile as this Vessel concept. It's a coat, backpack and tent all-in-one.
The next time you are on a camping trip, don't forget that your precious laptop needs shelter too. That's where the LapDome comes in. In all semi-seriousness, the LapDome is intended to offer "privacy, security and protection from the elements, but most of all, computer screen visibility outdoors in the daytime."
I have fond memories of Glastonbury 1997. Or was it 1998? Not surprisingly, I can't remember much, apart from the mud. Oh, hold on, it's all coming back to me now...
The only time we've been camping is, well, never, so this solar powered LED tent isn't quite for us. But those of you who like to get some outdoors time with your family yet still want to keep enough light to play some Go Fish at night should look into this LED tent.
Why doesn't anyone bring gear like this to CES? It's a survival system and trailer targeted to emergency management officials, military personnel and outdoor enthusiasts. It's a self-contained trailer and living unit, made of 304 stainless steel, equipped with a complete kitchen area, sleeping quarters, hot water…
This two second self-pitching tent takes the theory of those car window shades that are so hard to close and expands, dramatically. Quechua's tent comes folded up, but when you toss it into the air—preferably not straight up—it deploys into full tent form before it hits the ground. All you need to do is stake the…