Revamp Your Base Camp: Barebones Safari Tent

4 major upgrades for your campsite

Jul 17, 2013
Outside Magazine
Barebones Safari Tent

   Photo: Courtesy of Barebones

Whether you’re setting up base camp in the African veldt or glamping in your backyard, the Barebones Safari tent has 120 square feet of floor space where you can recline or roam freely. Built with a heavy-duty aluminum and nylon frame and with a weatherproof Cordura shell and floor, the Safari tents keep out the weather winter and summer. The aluminum frame anchors to concrete, wood or dirt. Screened windows and doors keep you cool and keep out the critters. And an expandable floor means you can sleep eight or more.

Available now, $2000

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