Is sleeping under the stars your way of camping? If not, check out of reviews and product comparison on the best tents, hammocks and personal shelters on the market.
A sturdy, solid canvas option, the Kodiak Canvas Flex-Bow 6-Person Canvas Tent, Deluxe is easy to set up but arguably challenging to put away. The tent offers its fair share of pluses and minuses, so the decision to purchase ultimately comes down to your region’s climate and where you intend to use the tent. [...]
The MSR Hubba NX 1-Person Tent is a free-standing one-person option that works very well for the solo camper/hiker/backpacker. Celebrated for how very lightweight it is, you won’t have any issues hauling this tent around with you, no matter how many miles you cover in a day. Design Made of 40-denier ripstop nylon and [...]
A highly-durable option, the Kelty TN 2 Person Tent is a freestanding piece with a nice number of nifty features. Designed for two people (clearly), this three-season tent is a great addition to your camping gear collection. Design Featuring a vestibule area of 10 by 10 square feet and a floor area of 27.5 [...]
If you are like me and solo camping is one of your favorite things, you need a one-person tent that can withstand whatever you’re going to throw at it. The Big Agnes Fly Creek 1 Platinum Tent (2014) is a lightweight, freestanding, three-season option advertised as ideal for the experienced backpacker. Design This 1 [...]
When backpacking and faced with extreme weather, such as a sudden rain, hail, or snowstorm, having a bivy with you is a great thing. Designed to protect backpackers and hikers from not-awesome weather, bivy sacks easily slip over sleeping bags, providing additional warmth as well as protection against the elements. The Aqua-Quest 'Single Pole' Waterproof & [...]