As much as young, adventure lovers have helped push forward a new generation of camper vans, they’ve also been behind an ever-evolving tent camping scene. Suddenly high-flying tree tents and roofed hammocks are all the rage and tents are getting as social as the Web. The basic ground tent was nearly more the exception than the rule in 2017, as tents that dangle from trees and cliffs, float on water, and ride atop motor vehicles hoarded the spotlight.
.. Continue Reading The flying, floating, roof-riding and otherwise cool and unusual tents of 2017
- Slip-on shell adds warmth and weatherproofing to your hammock
- TrailNest elevates hammocks to the car roof top
- DayLite Hammock might just be the world’s lightest
- Hybrid shelter lets you sleep high or low
- REI gives campers another reason to leave the ground for the trees
- Treble Hammock 2.0 helps you lounge, snooze and escape the elements