Here’s our comprehensive guide for how to choose the right backcountry shelter
Five options for your summer adventures
Everything you need to know before you head out camping this summer
Yes, it's possible to abandon the stakes, poles, and fly. Tuck into these alternatives next time you need some shut-eye outdoors.
A technical tree house for campers of any age
A livable, freestanding three-season tent.
I'm in the market for a small, light backpacking tent that won't break the bank.
Making a good tent requires compromise. In line with the old business adage “Good, fast, cheap: pick two,” tent designers generally aspire to two properties from their own list: light, roomy, and sturdy. Other trade-offs include the convenience of two doors and vestibules for the weight of the extra zippers and fly fabric.
Design and Technology Special: The world's most streamlined and innovative new gear, gadgets, tools and toys, including the Nemo Isopod 100 tent.
Outside reviews the best gear in the 2011 Summer Buyers Guide, including the Mountainsmith Morrison 2 tent.
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