With you the Half Dome 2 you get an ultra-dependable, two-person, five-pound tent that packs down reasonably well for under $300. The hubbed aluminum pole set up is simple to pitch solo, and the symmetric design means there’s no confusion about how to lay out the fly.

For those of us who aren’t backcountry beasts, there’s the 2 Seconds pop-up tent

A lucky few will receive $2,000 and gear

Watch to get a tour of the new Tepui Lightning Rooftop Tent.

Our Gear Guy, Joe Jackson, picked the Kingdom 6 as one of the best car-camping tents on the market. It has a six-foot-high ceiling, a divider that creates two rooms (a handy feature if you’re camping with a rambunctious dog), and two doors. It’s a roomy setup that’s great…

Trekking the span of the frigid southernmost continent alone and unaided demands durable equipment

Is the massive rack-maker's investment in rooftop tents a good thing?

With a new year and new gear right around the corner, it's time to take a look back at our favorite products from the past 12 months

The Swedish car-accessories maker says the fan-favorite rooftop tents won't be changing under its ownership

REI’s Flash Air hammock strings up between two trees but has the mesh and rain fly of a ground tent.

Elevate your camping experience

As your family grows, so will your family's tent needs

Tried-and-true practices to prevent an early death for your tent

Which rewards you with the most bang for your buck?

This European gear giant is trying to disrupt the U.S. outdoor market with its $2.50 backpacks and $49 tents. But is the product any good?

We spent five days reporting from the floor of Denver's massive outdoor-gear trade show. Here are the top stories.

Essentially a three-person paddleboard base with a mesh tent upper and nylon fly, the Universe is happy on the ground, in the air, and on the water

Once again, our gear editors head to the industry's largest trade show to scope out the latest, greatest outdoor tools and toys

The Tiger Wall UL was not designed to break records. Instead, it tries to do more with less, while keeping in check its weight and price and remaining very easy to use.

A budget-friendly list of the gear you should—and definitely shouldn't—save money on

Everything you could possibly want to know about the various car-camping sleep setups out there. Plus, when to just use a freaking tent.

It's smaller and lighter than its predecessor but still ready to handle the toughest high-alpine conditions

Judy Gross started LightHeart Gear out of her house in 2006. Today, her shelters are favorites of thru-hikers across the country.

We got our hands on the first in-house gear from the Utah-based e-retailer.

Thinking about designing your own rig? Here are some tips from a pro.

The ceiling can hold us, so we're throwing tents up there.

The year’s top shelters are quick to assemble and roomier than ever

Plus five great hammocks tested by an AT thru-hiker

Maximize your under-the-bed storage by choosing gear that packs small without compromising on function

What is it and would it really stand up to bitter storms ravaging an alien planet? 

Here’s our comprehensive guide for how to choose the right backcountry shelter

It's four inches thick and weighs nine pounds. Read: It's better than my mattress back home.

Location, location, location! This one-bedroom is close to nothing.

Twenty-two years after its founding, the e-retailer will start making in-house outdoor apparel and gear, as well as collaborating with a few select brands, like Flylow and Black Diamond, on co-branded product

As a former raft guide, I know of what I speak when I say these six tips will prevent you from having to deal with soggy gear, whether you're skiing, backpacking, or biking

Companies making gear from aluminum and steel—everything from camp stoves to bike frames—will be hit hardest by the new tariffs, economists say

At the Outdoor Retailer trade show last month, these seven standout hiking and trail running products caught my eye

A rooftop tent that coverts to a treehouse.

Setting up camp doesn’t have to be an intimidating, unpleasant chore

Setting up a tent doesn't need to be rocket science, our contributor Bryan Rogala shows us just how easy it is to sleep soundly under the stars.

Falling hard for a futuristic shelter

If weight is no issue, this is the ultimate base camp tent.

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